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From: Christine Fulgham (christineopensecurityfoundation.org)
Date: Thu Oct 07 2010 - 11:23:50 CDT
The breach involving ALDI grocery stores is apparently larger than
suggested<http://www.databreaches.net/?p=14267>as reports trickle in
Pittsburgh <http://www.wpxi.com/news/25245274/detail.html> and other areas.
The chain has updated its statement on its website today
October 1, 2010
ALDI Inc. recently learned that, from approximately June 1, 2010 to August
31, 2010, tampered payment card terminals were illegally placed in some ALDI
stores, enabling unauthorized individuals to fraudulently obtain payment
card information from a limited number of our customers. The tampered
terminals were capable of capturing information such as name, card account
number and PIN. We believe some terminals in a limited number of stores in
the following areas may have been impacted:
Connecticut (limited to greater Hartford area)
Georgia (limited to greater Atlanta area)
Illinois (limited to greater Chicago area)
Indiana (limited to greater Indianapolis area)
New York (limited to greater Rochester area and Lower Hudson Valley)
North Carolina (limited to greater Charlotte and Raleigh areas)
Pennsylvania (limited to greater Pittsburgh and Philadelphia areas)
South Carolina (limited to greater Charlotte area)
Virginia (limited to greater Washington, D.C. area)
ALDI says that they are a leader in the international grocery retailing
industry, serving Europe, the USA and Australia and that they have over
1,000 stores in 29 states, serving 18 million customers each month
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