OnePlus customer data has been violated again. The smartphone maker announced a few hours ago that some of the customer information, such as "name, phone number, e-mail address, and delivery address for certain orders," may have been revealed by the recent data breach. However, information such as payment information, passwords and accounts is secure.
OnePlus did not specify the exact number of affected users. However, the company said it had already sent emails to users whose data was breached. If you were one of the affected customers, you should have received a similar email in the last few days. If you have not received any e-mail from the company, your data has not been violated.
Editor's tip: OnePlus 3 & 3T receive their final security update and stop official support
The official OnePlus website appears to be the point of the breach, but the company has pledged to thoroughly review the site to make sure there are no similar vulnerabilities. The company also adds that affected users may "receive spam and phishing emails as a result of this incident".
This is not the first time that OnePlus has a security hole. Last January, credit card information was infringed on nearly 40,000 OnePlus customers via the company's OnePlus.net website. Unfortunately, the company did not announce the extent of this violation.
NEXT: OnePlus 7 Pro audio is almost as good as the 10+ grade shows DxOMark audio test