Vudu says hard drives containing private customer information were stolen in March


Video streaming company Vudu has just revealed that a break-in occurred at its offices on March 24th, and that hard drives containing “customer names, email addresses, phone numbers, account activity, dates of birth, and the last four digits of some credit card numbers” were among the items stolen. The company says no full credit card numbers were included in the stolen data (the company doesn’t store them), but there’s obviously plenty of other personal information up for grabs in the leak, including encrypted customer passwords. Vudu has reset all customer passwords in response to the breach, but warns that customers may be at ongoing risk for spam or phishing.

Vudu announced the breach in an email to customers today, and has set up…

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