UK retail security flap exposes 2,000 credit cards

Wednesday, 3 May 2006, 12:27 AM EST

An estimated 2,000 credit card details have been exposed by a security breach at a UK retailer. Affected users learned of the breach via an alert from MasterCard. They were informed that their card provider or bank was suspending potentially compromised accounts and issuing new accounts and cards to holders.

At The Register.

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