Groupon Taiwan resets user passwords after hack, but credit card details not leaked

The Next Web reports:

Groupon Taiwan has revealed that it has been the victim of a hack which saw usernames and passwords belonging to its 4.1 million registered users compromised. On the positive side, the intruders did not access credit cards and financial details, the company said.

As Inside Taiwan reports [Chinese], the attack on the service — which is Taiwan’s biggest group-buying site — took place last week. The company has sent password reset prompts to all users compromised, but it is not revealing exactly how many were affected.

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