Best Buy is warning that a data breach may have compromised some of its customers' payment information.
The retailer says only a "small fraction" of its customers were affected, but those customers may have had their credit card information exposed along with names and addresses.
Best Buy joins Sears and Delta Air Lines, who were all victims of a cyberattack last fall. Best Buy says the breach was discovered and fixed in October. They will be directly notifying affected customers.
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Best Buy is warning that some of its customers’ payment information may have been compromised in a data breach. https://t.co/flMLOhaVNL— WGN TV News (@WGNNews) April 7, 2018