Do users care if it’s a third-party breach or not?

A couple of sources broke the news that a hacker who calls himself Darwinare has breached Amazon UK database and published details of about 600 users as proof of evidence. However, the breach does not necessarily mean that the compromise involved Amazon’s own infrastructure but could have happened through a third-party website or service! Whatever the case might be, any entity in this case Amazon is responsible as they should take the necessary measures to secure its users’ accounts from third-party breaches as well! Meanwhile, other sources said that Amazon has denied such claims and the data published by Darwinare does not belong to its systems.

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http://news.softpedia.com/news/Amazon-UK-Allegedly-Hacked-Over-600-User-Details-Leaked-306102.shtml?

http://www.itpro.co.uk/644065/amazon-denies-uk-customer-database-hacked

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