wiredmikey writes with an update to the previously reported Epsilon breach: "It turns out that Kroger is only one of many customers affected by the breach at Epsilon, which sends over 40 billion emails annually and counts over 2,500 clients, including 7 of the Fortune 10, to build and host their customer databases. It has been confirmed that the customer names and email addresses, and in a few cases other pieces of information, were compromised at several major brands, a list which continues to grow ..." An anonymous reader points out that U.S. Bank is on the list of affected companies; I wonder how many more phishing attempts this will mean.
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