AU: ADP exposes client emails

Michael Lee reports:

Payroll services company ADP Australia has inadvertently made a marketing email list accessible on the internet, exposing its customers to spam and phishing messages.

The list, which ADP said was dated 2007, was being used at the time to send out ADP client newsletters. The company said the list only contained email addresses and that no names, addresses or other details had been exposed.

ADP declined to comment on how the list was exposed to the internet or the format in which it was made available.

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