Neiman Marcus Says Hackers Breached Customer Accounts

According to the company, cybercriminals used an automated attack to try various username and password combinations in an attempt to gain access to customer accounts on Neiman Marcus, Last Call, Bergdorf Goodman, Horchow, and CUSP websites. The attack is said to have started on or around December 26.

The retailer said the hackers managed to access roughly 5,200 accounts, but highlighted that the username/password combinations had not been stolen from its systems. Instead, the company believes the attackers used credentials stolen from other breached organizations and attempted to abuse them knowing that many people use the same username and password for multiple online services.

Read the source article at securityweek.com

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