Credit card data breach at Online Photo service, customers of CVS, Walmart Canada and others affected


Consumer Value Stores (CVS), which is the second largest pharmacy chain after Walgreens in the United States with more than 7,600 stores, has temporarily taken down its online photo center CVSphoto.com after a hacking attack.


 “We have been made aware that customer credit card information collected by the independent vendor who manages and hosts CVSPhoto.com may have been compromised,” the company posted in its website’s homepage content.


Brain Krbes pointed out in his blog that other companies already reporting similar data breach and took down their webpages related to the online photo service.

Those online photo services have been maintained by a company called PNI Digital Media.

Companies including Costco, Walmart Canada, Rite Aid displayed a message in their photo site informing about the security breach.

In a noticed displayed on the Rite Ad's photo site, it is said that information including name, address, phone number, email IDs, photo account password and Credit Card data affected

However, Rite Ad said "PNI does not process credit card information on Rite Aid’s behalf and PNI has limited access to this information."

The Consumer Value Stores said Financial transactions done on their main website CVS.com and in-store are not affected.
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