Panera Bread Leaked Confidential Customer Information On Their Website
The online ordering site, panerabread.com for Panera Bread leaked confidential customer information in the millions recently. The data was taken off the site yesterday after finding that over a period of eight months it was visible online. The data consisted of millions of emails, names, birthdays, last four digits of credit cards, and addresses of customers.
How is it possible for a reputable company to leak confidential information on their website? It’s hard to believe that could happen these days, but somehow it did and for eight months.
The compromised information was from customers that had ordered food online at the bakery chain of over 2100 restaurants. Panera bread was evidently notified of the breach back in August of 2017. They claimed they were fixing the problem, but it was never taken off until yesterday.
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