Arbonne International, an international multi-level marketing firm privately held in California, released a notice of breach that states that an unauthorized party accessed their systems last month. According to their breach notification, 3,527 California residents were impacted in the breach. The information potentially accessed by the intruder includes names, email and mailing addresses, order purchase histories, phone numbers and Arbonne account passwords. Although the number of California residents was released, the total number of affected people is still unknown and customers in Maryland, New York, North Carolina and Rhode Island are advised to contact their Attorney General for more information. While their investigation is still ongoing, Arbonne has forced a password reset for all clients.
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