Data Breach Summary
In February 16, 2023, InsecureWeb discovered a data breach affecting the website Gemini.com. It was posted by twokaytwo on the website Nulled, and the breach included the dump/db of 3 million Gemini.com cryptocurrency databases. The breach was found on the dark web forum nulled.to and 36.6 mb of information was stolen.
Where and How?
It’s unclear where and how the breach occurred, but it’s likely that the attackers used a variety of methods to gain access to the database. The breach was discovered by the website’s security team who detected unusual activity on the site.
A Screenshot of the data can be found below:
Company Data Breach History
This is the first reported data breach at Gemini.com, but it’s important to note that the risk of data breaches is always present. Companies should always take proactive measures to protect their customers’ personal information and accounts. This site is working with cybersecurity experts to further investigate the incident and is taking steps to strengthen its security measures in order to prevent similar breaches from occurring in the future.
Recommendations for Personal Data Protection
If you have an account on Gemini.com, it’s important to change your password immediately and enable two-factor authentication if possible. You should also monitor your account for any suspicious activity, such as unauthorized purchases or changes to your personal information. Finally, be cautious when sharing personal information online and only provide it to trusted sources.
What is InsecureWeb?
InsecureWeb is a Dark Web monitoring service that keeps track of recent data breaches and tracks their impact by monitoring the darkest places of the internet. InsecureWeb notifies users and enterprises when their data has been found online and helps them mitigate the impact.