Panera Bread’s website exposed customer data for months, report says

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Panera Bread may have kept tens of millions of customers’ records online and accessible to hackers.

The website “Krebs on Security,” says Panera’s site exposed the records of 37-million customers who ordered food on the company’s website.

Information included names, addresses, and the last four digits of credit cards.

The Krebs site says it wouldn’t be all that hard for hackers to get ahold of the data. It also says Panera left the breach exposed for at least 8 months.

Panera claims it has resolved the security flaw, and that fewer than 10,000 customers were affected.


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