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Pizza Hut waits two weeks to tell customers their card data was leaked

16
Oct
2017
Pizza Hut waits two weeks to tell customers their card data was leaked

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Restaurant chain Pizza Hut was breached and waited two weeks before announcing its customers via email that it suffered a “temporary security intrusion.” Even before the announcement, users had reported on Twitter numerous fraudulent transactions from their accounts, suspecting a breach.

A hacker is reported to have stolen names, billing ZIP codes, delivery addresses, email addresses and payment card information, like account number, expiration date and CVV numbers of Pizza Hut customers, while the company assures that less than 1 percent of customers were actually affected.

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