Hackers breached a server belonging to online retailer Zappos, allowing them access to the personal information of more than 24 million customers, the company announced.

 

In an email letter sent Sunday, CEO Tony Hsieh advised users to change their passwords after intruders gained access to parts of the company's internal network through one of its servers in Kentucky. He did not indicate when or how the incursion occurred or when it was detected.

 

Investigators believe the hackers harvested names, email addresses, billing and shipping addresses, phone numbers and the last four digits of credit card numbers.

 

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