Home Depot warns customers with stolen email addresses

US retail giant Home Depot says hackers who stole payment-card details of millions of customers also stole 53 million email addresses. It said hackers. million debit and credit card details were.

Home Depot says it is notifying customers whose email addresses were exposed. Home Depot confirmed the hackers’ success at stealing credit card data in a statement two months ago. "We want you to know.

Home Depot discloses that 53 million customer email addresses were stolen. The Home Depot security breach last spring has gotten worse. In addition to the 56 million credit-card accounts that were compromised, around 53 million customer email addresses were also taken, according to a statement from Home Depot about the breach investigation.

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The Home Depot Data Breach is the second largest data breach on record. It has or will. additional 53 million email addresses being stolen.

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Home Depot left customers’ unprotected personal data online. and email addresses are all details that could be used in a phishing attempt to pretend familiarity while asking for more crucial.

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Home Depot also disclosed Thursday that files containing 53 million email addresses were also stolen in the credit card breach. The files did not also contain passwords, Home Depot said.

The Home Depot disclosed. exposed 53 million email addresses. The stolen files did not include payment card information, passwords or other personal information attached to the email addresses, the.

 · Home Depot shoppers: Last September, Home Depot announced it had been hacked, and 56 million payment cards were compromised, as well as 53 million email addresses.. JP Morgan customers: The.

Home Depot said the stolen the stolen files with customers’ email addresses did not contain passwords, payment card information or other sensitive personal information, but said customers in the US.