FlexBooker apologizes for breach of 3.7 million user records, partial credit card information

Scheduling platform FlexBooker apologized this week for a data breach that involved the sensitive information of 3.7 million users.

In a statement, the company told ZDNet a portion of its customer database had been breached after its AWS servers were compromised on December 23. FlexBooker said their “system data storage was also accessed and downloaded” as part of the attack.

They added they worked with Amazon to restore a backup and they were able to bring operations back in about 12 hours.

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Source: ZDNet