Hackers accessed macys.com’s “Checkout” and “My Wallet” pages early last month and added malicious script to lift shoppers’ personal information, such as credit card data, then send it to a remote site.

The company discovered the Oct. 7 hack on Oct. 15 when it observed “a suspicious connection” between macys.com and the remote website, the company said in a Notice of Data Breach

The hackers potentially accessed names, addresses, email addresses and payment information such as credit card numbers, security codes and expiration dates. the company said it has taken steps to secure its website, including excising the malicious code and notifying financial institutions. 

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