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P.F. Chang’s reverts to old-school imprint system following big credit card breach

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Jun
2014

Following Target, Neiman Marcus and Michael’s Stores, all major retailers which have been targeted by hackers in the past months, restaurant chain P.F. Chang’s China Bistro on Thursday confirmed that its payment system has also been breached, with credit and debit card data from some of its locations having been exposed. The company said that the U.S. Secret Service and third-party forensic experts are already investigating the matter, but did not reveal how many customers may have been affected by the breach. Online publication Krebs on Security, which first reported the new incident, wrote a few days ago that on June 9, “thousands of newly-stolen credit and debit cards went up for sale” on an underground store where millions of Target cards have

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