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DNA testing firm accidentally spills information on two million customers

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Dec
2021
DNA testing firm accidentally spills information on two million customers

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A US-based DNA testing company has been breached, and a database with personally identifiable information on more than two million customers stolen, the firm has announced.

DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC) said the breach took place between late May and late July this year, while its internal investigation ended in late October this year. The investigation revealed that whoever was behind the attack made away with full customer names and credit card numbers (including CVVs). Furthermore, financial account numbers were stolen, as well as platform account passwords.

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