E-Mail Marketer Hacked, JP Morgan, Kroger, Capital One And TiVo Customers Affected


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Epsilon, a big email marketer, was hacked, and as a result the emails and identities of many customers of the company’s clients, inlcuding JP Morgan, Kroger, Capital One and TiVo, have been compromised, Bloomberg reports.All the companies said they’re investigating and have said that no personal information such as passwords or credit card numbers have been compromised. So the damage is limited.

It still sucks for the customers of those companies who will almost certainly be getting more spam than usual.

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