Kylie Jenner’s cosmetics customers’ data compromised

Kylie Jenner's cosmetics customers' data compromised

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picture captionKylie Jenner bought a majority stake within the firm for $600m final 12 months

Kylie Jenner’s make-up firm has warned clients of a safety breach compromising names, addresses and the final 4 digits of bank cards.

Shopify mentioned two “rogue” support-team staff had stolen buyer information from not less than 100 sellers on its platform.

Kylie Cosmetics mentioned it was amongst these affected however was assured clients may proceed to purchase on its Shopify-run web site.

“Your belief is so vital to us,” the corporate advised them in an e mail.

“And we needed to let you understand we’re working diligently with Shopify to get extra details about this incident and their investigation and response to this matter.

“Shopify has assured us that they’ve applied extra controls designed to assist forestall the sort of incident from recurring sooner or later.”

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picture captionThe Kardashian-Jenner household, pictured in 2016
Final 12 months, billionaire Kylie Jenner – who rose to fame on TV sequence Retaining Up with the Kardashians – sold most of her shares in the company, for $600m (£463m).

Magnificence big Coty now controls 51% of the 23-year-old’s cosmetics model.

A couple of million retailers use Shopify, together with Taylor Swift, Victoria Beckham and Tesla.

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