Elite Fitness hit by DragonForce cyber attack, customer data stolen

Elite Fitness hit by DragonForce cyber attack, customer data stolen
The cyber attack on Elite Fitness occurred on the night of June 26. (Photo: Thinkstock)
John Anthony
Fitness equipment retailer Elite Fitness has been the victim of a cyber attack that resulted in the theft of staff and customers' personal information, including passport, driver licence, and credit card details.Elite Fitness director Gary Bourke, who founded the company in 1993, said unusual activity from an unauthorised third party on one of its systems was detected on June 26.“Our incident response team have determined that it was a sophisticated cyber attack, which led to a data leak of 5GB of data by an international cyber gang,...

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