Popular online retailer hacked, millions of customers' information possibly stolen
NBC NATIONAL NEWS — Zappos says millions of it’s customers personal information may have been stolen by hackers.
The popular online retailer says they were the victim of a cyber-attack over the weekend.
Officials say that hackers may have stolen the personal information of up to as many as 24 million customers.
The personal data includes customer names, email, and billing addresses, and the last four digits of their credit cards.
The company is urging customers to change their login information on any other sites that they use the same password.