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OnePlus’s 40,000 customers credit card information hacked

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If you are a OnePlus recent buyer then you need to read this, because as per Chinese news report recently OnePlus’s 40,000 customers credit card information got hacked!

According to the company, hackers have injected the malicious code (script) into the payment mode, Due to this breach hackers would able to see the customers credit card information which create a huge loss of customers.

Hence to get the situation under control company have contact one of the firm and looking into the matter and as per the report, OnePlus was able to find how the hackers attacked the server. But still they have not found, whether it was malicious script attack was done by someone or by remote access.

Now the company is requesting its new buyers that please check credit card statements first if they want to buy anything from phone between the date range of November and January. And company also said that those who have already used a saved credit card and “Credit Card via PayPal” were not being affected by the breach. So now company offering free credit card monitoring for all the victims and also they are in touch with the law enforcement and data protection authorities for further investigation of the breach. OnePlus also admitted that “We cannot apologize enough for letting something like this happen. We are eternally grateful to have such a vigilant and informed the community, and it pains us to let you down,”.

The company also said that we are in sync with the affected valuable customers, and working with local authorities to discuss the matter. And talking to the our current payment gateway providers to make more secure credit card payment method, this will help us prevent such incidents from happening in the future,” the company added.

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