Home Depot discloses that 53 million customer email addresses were stolen. The Home Depot security breach last spring has gotten worse. In addition to the 56 million credit-card accounts that were compromised, around 53 million customer email addresses were also taken, according to a statement from Home Depot about the breach investigation.
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Home Depot was emailing customers on Wednesday to notify them their email address could be among those stolen by thieves who also took payment data from the home improvement retailer.
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Home Depot said the stolen the stolen files with customers' email addresses did not contain passwords, payment card information or other.
You may have received an email from Home Depot notifying customers that along with compromising. it’s safe to assume your email address could have been stolen. We recommend that you be on the alert.
The retail giant said Tuesday it’s agreed to pay a minimum of $19.5 million in compensation to customers caught up in the incident that saw cybercriminals nab payment card information and email.
The hackers that got into home. email addresses. According to the retailer, no passwords were stolen along with the email ads, but it still wants to warn customers, in case they receive some.
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US retail giant Home Depot says hackers stole 53 million email addresses. that 56 million debit and credit card details were also stolen in the hack.. But it warned customers to be on guard against further phishing scams.
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The investigation in the Home Depot security breach that was discovered at the beginning of September revealed that about 53 million email addresses of customers had also been stolen, in addition.
Hackers entered home depot's network using credentials stolen from. holding customer email addresses, Home Depot warned customers to.