OnePlus has emailed customers to alert them of a database breach that has exposed a myriad of personal information.
In the email, OnePlus broke the news to affected customers their order information had been obtained by an unauthorised third-party.
That, in the company’s own words, means “name, contact number, email and shipping addresses may have been exposed.” The firm prefaced this by informing users their payment information as well as their account passwords were not obtained during the intrusion.
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