Kiddicare customers at risk after data spills from test server

Update: SC Magazine reports that the firm notified/warned 794,000 customers! A follow-up email/notice by the retailer tells customers that  the compromised information was restricted to name, delivery address, telephone number and email address.

Graham Cluley reports:

British retailer Kiddicare, which has made a name for itself selling pushchairs, car seats and more, has suffered a data breach that has exposed the personal information of its customers.

Kiddicare has sent an email to affected customers saying that their names, delivery addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses have fallen into the hands of hackers – but that, thankfully, no payment details have been compromised as the company says it does not store or process credit card information.

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