Hubspot, a widely used Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform, was hacked on Friday by a threat actor accessing an employee account. 

The hacker then used the account to target 30 as yet unnamed cryptocurrency stakeholders, with BlockFi and Swan Bitcoin confirming that they suffered a breach.

As Hubspot is a third party vendor, the hacker did not gain access to any of the targeted organisation’s internal systems.

While user information was leaked, both BlockFi and Swan Bitcoin say that passwords and other internal information has not been affected.

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