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United Parcel Service has revealed that earlier this year, hackers breached computer systems at 51 of its brick-and-mortar retail outlets across 24 US states, giving them the opportunity to steal customer data, including financial information.
The recent spate of retail point-of-sale data breaches has claimed yet another victim.
The shipping company UPS announced this week that hackers infiltrated its system and could have compromised the credit card information of customers at more than 50 of its stores.
United Parcel Service confirmed Wednesday that point-of-sale systems at 51 of its 4,470 franchise stores were breached, resulting in the theft of credit card data involved in approximately 105,000 transactions.
Payment card information for United Parcel Service customers may be at risk, and more than a third of all people in the U.S. live in households on welfare.
Three UPS stores in the state of North Carolina make the list of those which UPS said were targeted by malware, releasing customer credit or debit card information.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 08:55 pm
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