Searching for free hosting? Hacking GoGrid is not the way to go.

On April 1, GoGrid LLC, which operates as GoGrid, ServePath, ColoServe and Upstream Networks, notified the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office that they had detected an unauthorized intrusion into their system.

The intruder may have been able to view customer information for the period November 2008 until the detection of the breach.  Exposed data included customers’ names, addresses, credit card numbers with expiration dates.

The firm reported that law enforcement has already seized the records of the individual suspected of committing the intrusion to obtain free hosting services.

Although the total number of customers notified was not indicated, 40 residents of New Hampshire were among those who received email notification on March 30 and then by letter on April 4.

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  1. golde - April 22, 2011

    WHY CREDIT MONITORING if the credit card was compromised? Monitoring is for SSNs. Is anyone listening? This company just spent a bundle of money on a useless tool in a gesture of good public relations that didn’t solve the customer’s problem.

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