6pm.com, a Zappos.com’s site, is also become victims of cyberattack. As per source, user data has been hacked but critical information like credit card details and other payment details are not accessed.
Zappos.com, Subsidiary of Amazon.com, itself has been hacked and currently site is not accepting international traffic temporary.
6pm.com has sent below notice on website about this cyberattack.
Please set aside 20 minutes to carefully read this entire email.
We were recently the victim of a cyber attack by a criminal who gained access to parts of our internal network and systems through one of our servers in Kentucky. We are cooperating with law enforcement to undergo an exhaustive investigation.
Because of the nature of the investigation, the information in this email is being sent a bit more formally, and unfortunately we are not able to provide any more details about specifics of the attack beyond what is in this email and the link at the end of this email, but we can say that THE DATABASE THAT STORES OUR CUSTOMERS’ CRITICAL CREDIT CARD AND OTHER PAYMENT DATA WAS NOT AFFECTED OR ACCESSED.
The most important focus for us right now is the safety and security of our customers’ information. Within the next hour, we will begin the process of notifying the customer accounts in our database about the incident and help step them through the process of choosing a new password for their accounts. (We’ve already reset and expired their existing passwords.)