Sexual health product distributor The Sinclair Institute has warned customers of an attack that led to the breach of account and personal credentials.
Included were names and addresses, dates of birth, phone numbers, email addresses and credit card information consisting of number, expiration date and the CVV (card verification value) code. The institute said that the attack started on the 3rd August and lasted until the 28th August.
While IT administrators were able to remove the malicious files from the affected system, in a copy of the letter to the affected customers sent to the Office of the Vermont Attorney General, the company did not reveal the number of individuals affected by the incident.
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