If you happen to be one of the unfortunate users of the so called “online reputation management service” that runs ads all over the radio and does little to no work to actually repair it’s clients reputations on the internet according to numerous reports has been hacked. The website has suffered from a security breach and basic data has been exposed but users passwords which where more than likely properly encrypted have been secured.
The company sent out a mass email earlier today alerted their clients that they have detected the attack but the intruder did receive basic information such as names, emails, phone numbers, addresses, and other information which was not stated on the email according to a NBC News release.
None of the communication in the Reputation.com portal seems to have been breached.
Information about why customers retained the site’s services, “communication between you and our team,” and “any details about the services we provided to you” were not accessed, the site said in the email to users.
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