- Oct 1, 2019
Havenly has become the latest online firm to suffer a serious breach of customer data after hackers published the information for free on the dark web.
Notorious dark web trader ShinyHunters was spotted last week posting the data of nearly 1.4 million accounts online.
They’re said to be part of a much bigger 386 million record trove including data from customers of Dave, Promo and HomeChef, which has been previously disclosed.
According to breach notification site HaveIBeenPwned, the data from Havenly customers includes email addresses, names, phone numbers, geographic locations and passwords stored as SHA-1 hashes.
However, an email to customers from the interior design company last week failed to mention the compromise of personal data at all, instead focusing on the fact that no financial details were disclosed.