Hackers can access your personal information from Target — again — thanks to a flaw in the retailer’s mobile app.
In a blog post Tuesday, researchers from security company Avast revealed the flaw, which allows unauthorized access to customers’ addresses, phone numbers and other personal information from wish lists created with the Target app. The only merry tidings are that credit card numbers don’t appear to be stored with the wish lists, so financial information isn’t vulnerable.
If this sounds familiar, it’s because last year we learned that hackers breached Target’s systems and stole the credit card information of up to 70 million customers. Though hackers have the opportunity to steal the wish list information right now, Avast researchers have found only that it would be possible. It’s unknown whether the security hole has been exploited.
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