The hackers may have accessed customers' names, e-mail addresses, mailing addresses, phone numbers and encrypted credit card numbers.
Australian domain reseller Netfleet was recently hacked.
"Netfleet bills itself as Australia's largest and most active domain name trading website operated by 'a small team of developers and domain enthusiasts,'" writes SC Magazine's Darren Pauli. "It admitted that hackers may have stolen customers' name, email and street addresses, phone numbers and encrypted credit card numbers with expiry dates."
"'Whilst we believe no sensitive data such as credit card information was accessed by the intruder, there is a possibility that this is indeed the case and as such we felt it our duty to inform you,' the company wrote in an email," Pauli writes.
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