The US giant has confirmed that its customers' data has been disclosed, but did not provide additional information about the source of this leak.
"Amazon's customers have a lot to say about data leakage," site title Mashable. On November 20, the Seattle-based online sales giant was able to provide users with an unknown number of customer email addresses, "Technical error" on his site.
What exactly happened? "Ha, ha! You want to know" quips Mashable. He contacted several American media, including TechCrunch or Record The company explained the details of its customers, but denied any violation of the website or systems. He claimed that he had solved the problem, but did not provide any additional information, including the cause, magnitude and conditions of the error.
"The silence of Amazon further increases the risks managed by the victims, supports TechCrunch. Their customers don't know which sites have been affected or whose e-mail addresses have been transferred to, and no one, or even an idea, about the number of people affected. The e-commerce giant does not mention whether it has contacted a regulatory authority or whether it has planned to do so. "
The American website insists:
In order to continue to gain safety, technology issues should be clear and transparent when security issues arise. "