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SendGrid Admits Broader Hack of Email Service

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May
2015
SendGrid Admits Broader Hack of Email Service

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SendGrid, which sells a -based delivery service, has admitted that the extent of a disclosed three weeks ago was much more serious than originally reported. The company said an employee account was compromised and used to access other systems that contained customer and employee account information, and stored customer email lists.

According to the SendGrid website, the company has 180,000 customers, including airbnb, Foursquare, Spotify and Uber, and sends 14 billion emails monthly.

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