Flexbooker planning platform hacked, 3.7 million user data stolen
San Francisco: Hackers have stolen a database of 3.7 million users of the online scheduling and appointment platform FlexBooker, containing sensitive customer data.
The breach compromised 3.7 million accounts containing partial email addresses, names, passwords, phone numbers and credit card numbers.
The company said, however, that the hackers had failed to obtain “any credit card or other payment card information.”
FlexBooker sent a data breach notification to customers, confirming the attack and that intruders “accessed and downloaded” data to the service’s Amazon cloud storage system, reports Computer beep.
FlexBooker has apologized for the data breach. He also admitted that his data storage system had been accessed and downloaded.
âWe have sent a notification to all affected parties and have worked with Amazon Web Services, our hosting provider, to make sure our accounts are secure again. We deeply apologize for the inconvenience caused by this issue, âthe company said in a statement.
Among FlexBooker’s customers are business owners who need to make appointments – accountants, barbers, doctors, mechanics, lawyers, dentists, gyms, salons, therapists, trainers, spas, and more.
“Claiming the attack appears to be a group called Uawrongteam, which shared links to archives and files containing sensitive information, such as photos, driver’s licenses and other identification,” said declared the report.