One Bookshelf hacked "no evidence that any customer account data was compromised"


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Morrus

Well, that was fun
Staff member
It's very hard to do and in this sort of scenario, yeah--impossible. That's why I'd be so nervous, especially in light of the ongoing arms race between hackers and security companies.
Sure, feel free to be nervous. I'm just pointing out that your question is logically impossible to answer. There's also no evidence that EN World or your bank or your personal computer wasn't.
 



Nikosandros

Golden Procrastinator
Coincidentally, I was completing an order yesterday and I did notice the price of an item suddenly going to zero and the site going down almost immediately afterwards.
 

Alzrius

The EN World kitten
Coincidentally, I was completing an order yesterday and I did notice the price of an item suddenly going to zero and the site going down almost immediately afterwards.
That was no coincidence; it was what the hackers were after.


EDIT: Hm, for some reason the OP's link to the blog isn't showing up when I look at this thread in Firefox, so I didn't realize that had already been posted here. I've made a thread over in Meta reporting the issue.
 
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kenada

Legend
Even though they say no customer account data was customized, I still went and changed my password, and I’m glad I hadn’t saved my credit card information.
 


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