Roku Data Breach Exposes Users Credit Card Info & More

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Roku, the popular streaming platform, recently disclosed a data breach resulting from a credential stuffing attack that has affected over 15,000 customer accounts, including credit card information & more. A credential stuffing attack occurs when hackers utilize login information obtained from previous data breaches to gain unauthorized access to accounts. In this case, hackers exploited…

There isn’t anything safe. Who would have thought about their Roku? I am not surprised & of course quite concerned. What to do? I’m not going to use Bitcoin, could change passwords but is that going to stop a hacker? Suggestions from others are welcome. Thanks

Lower your credit card alerts to Dollar if you can. I just hope you don’t have 50 accounts direct from your credit cards be lawful be a lot of changing!