The popular home improvement chain store reported that in April of this year, hackers got into their network using a third party vendor’s user name and password and stole millions of email addresses belonging to its customers.
The hackers were able to steal information through malware installed on self-checkout systems in the U.S. and Canada.Home Depot reported in September that over 56 million customer’s debit and credit card information and the most recent breach was a file containing the email addresses of some of its customers but contained no other sensitive information.
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This scamming thing a guh way too hard now…53 million ppl info tho like really dem start give pity teefs sum real time to me a get tiad a the whole a dem
Mi mean petty not pity
But stick a pin…..nuh doctor’s office unno seh Happle wrerk
:ngakak :ngakak, Yawdy is which Jamaican u see deh deh a fareen and ongly hab 1 wrerk?..