The British electronics retailer CeX was hacked, and up to 2 million customers may be affected.
The second-hand goods company warned in a statement that it has “recently been subject to an online security breach,” and that “as a precautionary measure we are contacting up to two million of our registered website customers who could potentially be affected."
Data stolen includes names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, and encrypted data from credit and debit cards (these are expired and the data is from 2009 and earlier, it says).
The firm recommended that affected customers change their passwords if they reused it across multiple accounts and services.
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