If you used a credit or debit card to purchase electronic items at LaCie’s website last year, you may want to eagle-eye your card statements.
LaCie, French Computer Hardware company specializing in external hard drives, announced that it fell victim to a security breach that put customers’ personal information and financial information at risk.
The company says cybercriminals used malware to infiltrate their website. After getting notification from FBI on March regarding the breach, LaCie hired cyber forensic investigation firm.
Customers who made transactions between March 27,2013 and March 10,2014 were affected by this data breach.
According to an incident notification, customers’ usernames, passwords, names, addresses, email IDs, credit and debit card information are all at risk. See more Info :- http://www.lacie.com/us/more/?id=10156
Customers’ passwords have been reset. e-commerce portion of the site has temporarily been disabled while the company “transition to a provider that specializes in secure payment processing services”
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