- Aug 17, 2014
Read more below:Singapore's largest online grocery store Lazada Redmart has suffered a data breach after 1.1 million user accounts were put up for sale on a hacker forum.
Lazada is a billion-dollar arm of Alibaba with over 8,000 employees globally. The database dump containing sensitive customer is priced at $1,500.
Hackers selling the illicit data dumps told BleepingComputer they had obtained Lazada's MongoDB-based data set with data from over 1.1 million RedMart accounts. The leaked dump contains RedMart customer accounts' email addresses, SHA-1 hashed passwords, first and last name, phone numbers, mailing addresses, billing addresses, partial credit card numbers, and expiration dates. [...]
On October 29th, Lazada sent out an email notification to impacted customers stating they had discovered the breach during "proactive monitoring" of their systems.
Singapore's largest online grocery store Lazada Redmart has suffered a data breach after 1.1 million user accounts were put up for sale on a hacker forum.