Dan Thorp-Lancaster reports:
The team behind Touchnote, a popular Android app for sending photos you’ve taken as postcards, has sent an email out to customers announcing that the service was hit by a data breach, resulting in customer information such as name and address being accessed.
2) What customer information was stolen?
As a part of the investigation, which is continuing, we have found that some of the customer information stolen included names, email addresses, postal addresses and Touchnote order histories. There have also been some recorded instances of dates of birth being accessed.
Touchnote does not store your full credit card or debit card number, expiry date or security code with the exception of the last 4 digits of credit card numbers (e.g. XXXX XXXX XXXX 1234) which on its own cannot be used for making financial transactions.