CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. has warned customers of a security breach that allowed hackers to gain access to its email database. Kroger said the data breach — which occurred at Epsilon, the online marketing firm Kroger employed — was limited to names and email addresses only. “Only names and email addresses were taken, and all other customer information is secure,” the retailer said in a message to consumers posted on its website. “You may receive some unsolicited emails (spam) as a result of ...
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