If you use CVS for your photo service, you may want to check you credit cards. Likewise, CVS is the latest major chain to be part of a security breach, and this time it affects their online photo service. Furthermore, CVS is currently warning their customers that their credit card information may now be compromised.
CVS is the second largest drugstore chain in the U.S. and the mobile and online site has been turned off as an extra leap of precaution for customers. According to the company, an outside vendor in Canada named PNI Digital Media collects the photo payment information. The outside vendor is also separate from CVS pharmacy, and CVS.com. Payments made through CVS.com and at CVS store kiosks have not been included in the breach. Thus far CVS is not stating how many customers may have been affected, but an investigation is underway.
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