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We speak to wired about the Monzo PIN flaw

After data of nearly half a million customers of Monzo Bank was left in an insecure file - accessible to all Monzo employees - our founder, Marios, speaks to Wired about the PIN data breach.

Monzo's PIN security breach explained

Half a million customers of Monzo, one of the UK’s digital challenger banks, have been advised to change their PINs after they were left in a vulnerable file accessible by the company’s engineers for more than half a year.

Monzo, which announced the issue in a blog post on 5 August 2019, admitted that 480,000 customers’ PINs were theoretically accessible to rank-and-file employees for months. So what does that mean for you if you’ve got one of the company's bright pink bank cards?

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