Personal data of 1.1 million RedMart user accounts stolen in Lazada breach and put up for sale

Lester Wong reports:

The personal information of 1.1 million RedMart user accounts was stolen from a customer database and put up for sale on an online forum.

A spokesman from e-commerce giant Lazada, which owns e-grocer Redmart, confirmed the data breach yesterday and said that the personal information stolen included names, phone numbers, e-mail, mailing addresses, encrypted passwords and partial credit card numbers.

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