benjamin Vitris reports: certificate researchers have discovered a data hack that exposed 86 million records of the crypto loan platform YouHodler. According to vpnMentors surety experts, the hack has exposed a massive amount of sensitive data. The leaked data included personal info ranging from full names to phone numbers and email addresses, and financial information such as credit card numbers, CVVs, and full banking details. In some cases, crypto billfold addresses were also exposed in the hack. Read more on CCN. Of course, an exposure doesnt mean/prove that anyone accessed and downloaded the data, despite any hyped headlines or dire warnings from researchers. Was there any evidence that the data were accessed by anyone other than the researchers? YouHodler issued a statement today in response to vpnMentors report: On July 23, 2019, YouHodler was alerted by vpnMentor and researchers Noam Rotem and Ran Locar about an event where our system log servers were open to the public for a limited time. Fortunately, these logs did not contain any sensitive information and no one was affected. [Note from Datahacks.net: Its not top why they are claiming no sensitive information while linking to a TechCrunch report that demonstrates just the opposite.] as a digital business, YouHodler understands user data is potentially at risk of beingness compromised from outside the platform. We do our best to foreclose that from happening by implementing two-factor certification and email verification. We are sure that all security settings are checked and renewed and therere no vulnerabilities in our systems. in addition, YouHodlers engineers will work together with our partners from Cloudflare and IdentityMind to chit the security settings of our systems and preclude any potentiality leakage in future. YouHodler would also like to have this opportunity to cite we are an approved member of the Blockchain Association. Therefore, our clients funds are insured by our agreement with this independent third-party provider. part of the larger, Financial Commission, the Blockchain connection is an independent, self-regulatory radical that specializes in external dispute resolution (EDR). Therefore, if a node finds an egress with our platform, he and or she can send a complaint to the Blockchain Association, in which YouHodler is then legally bound to resolve the said complaint. For those that like to contact YouHodler directly about the aforementioned issue, please feel liberate to contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Telegram.