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Incident: Credit cards cancelled as Kathmandu reveals online store hacked | iTnews

Incident: Credit cards cancelled as Kathmandu reveals online store hacked | iTnews

Australian Information Security Incident Reported: March 13 2019

ASX-listed global outdoors wear and equipment retailer Kathmandu has disclosed it suffered a data breach during the peak post-holidays sales period that saw customers’ personal and payments information captured.

“Kathmandu has recently become aware that between 8 January 2019 NZDT and 12 February 2019 NZDT, an unidentified third party gained unauthorised access to the Kathmandu web platform.

“During this period, the third party may have captured personal information and payment details entered at check-out,” the company said in a statement to the Australian Securities Exchange.

The retailer could not say how many customers are affected.

Source: Credit cards cancelled as Kathmandu reveals online store hacked

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