High-end beauty product supply retailer Sephora is reporting a data breach affecting its customers in the South Pacific and Southeast Asia.
The chain sent an email to its online customers on July 29 detailing the incident. At this time the company does not believe any credit card information was involved nor that any of the data exposed has been used in a malicious manner, The Straits Times reported. The information involved included first and last name, date of birth, gender, email address and encrypted password, and data related to beauty preferences.
The number of people affected was not released.
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