Weee! grocery service confirms data breach, 1.1 million affected

The Weee! Asian and Hispanic food delivery service suffered a data breach exposing the personal information of 1.1 million customers.

On Monday, a threat actor named ‘IntelBroker’ began leaking the data for Weee! on the Breached hacking and data breach forum.

After contacting Weee! about the breach, the company confirmed to BleepingComputer that customer information was stolen in the data breach.

“We recently became aware of a data breach that has affected some customer information,” reads the complete statement from Weee!

While the threat actor stated the leak contains 11 million customers, Troy Hunt of the Have I Been Pwned data breach notification service told BleepingComputer that the leaked data only includes 1.1 million unique email addresses.

Once the data is added to Have I Been Pwned, existing members of the notification service will automatically be notified of the data breach via email.

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