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Bunnings keeping mum on details of data breach

Henry Burrell
Thu, 13 Jan 2022

Bunnings keeping mum on details of data breach
Bunnings is not the only company affected by the breach. (Image: supplied)
Henry Burrell
Thu, 13 Jan 2022
Bunnings is refusing to say how many New Zealand customers have been affected by a data breach.The retailer informed affected NZ customers on Jan 12 that a third party booking provider, FlexBooker, had suffered a data security breach. Bunnings said this may include the names and email addresses of customers who have booked a time slot for a Bunnings Drive & Collect order, a click and collect method popular during NZ’s late 2021 lockdown where people made online orders and drove to a store to have them placed in the back of their...

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