Bulldog gives details on break in

Monday, 23 April 2007, 1:41 PM EST

Bulldog Broadband has given some details of the effects of its loss of customer data, and said that it has already improved security procedures.

The company claims that only three of its customers had been contacted by the third parties who stole customer information, and that none of them has suffered financial loss. This is in light of the 100,000 customer details which the company has admitted were compromised.

At vnunet.

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