Lazada denies being behind data leak

Lazada denies being behind da…

Lazada denies being behind data leak

Bangkok Post | 2020-11-20 23:47

Online retail operator, Lazada, insisted on Friday it was not responsible for leaking any online shoppers' data following a report claiming that about 13 million records from Lazada Thailand were being offered for sale on an underground trading forum. The company said it had conducted an initial investigation and found the records being offered came from various e-commerce operators. Lazada was responding to a Facebook post about the sale of data in which the seller claimed to work for the company's Thai office. The "Sorn Hack Web Baeb Maew Maew" Facebook page reported that the data available to buyers on the dark web included customers' names, phone numbers and email addresses. The seller claimed the information came from and he had 13 million records. Lazada said it had not leaked the data, was actually among the victims damaged by the incident and was investigating.…

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