An update to Google’s browser that fixes the flaw is expected to be released on Tuesday.
Clubhouse denies it was ‘breached’ and says the data is out there for anyone to grab.
The database was subsequently leaked elsewhere, imperiling consumers from the U.S. and around the world.
Like the Facebook incident earlier this week, the information — including user profile IDs, email addresses and other PII — was scraped from the social-media platform.
Cybercriminals are encouraging users to send the “offers” via WhatsApp to their friends as well.
One Discord network search turned up 20,000 virus results, researchers found.