The Australian and New Zealand website of cosmetic retailer Lush has been a target of hackers.
The lush.com.au site has been completely pulled with a message advising customers to “urgently” contact their banks and cancel their credit cards if they have place an online order with Lush Australia and New Zealand.
“Lush is working with the police, forensic investigators and banks and doing all that we can to investigate the beach in privacy,” Lush said on its site.
“We are currently in the process of contacting each of our online customers individually by email.”
This issue comes after the company’s UK was also recently compromised by hackers, but the company said that the two matters are not linked.
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