DraftKings users lose thousands in devious cyberattack

Users of popular sports betting platform DraftKings were on the receiving end of a credential-stuffing attack that cost its victims approximately $300,000. 

Issuing a statement via Twitter, the company’s co-founder and president, Paul Liberman said the platform’s systems were not compromised, but rather that the incident was the result of users’ poor cybersecurity practices.

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