Superdrug has revealed that hackers may have personal information of some of their customers– including names, addresses, dates of birth and telephone numbers.

“The hacker shared a number of details with us to try and ‘prove’ he had customer information – we were then able to verify they were Superdrug customers from their email and log-in,” a Superdrug spokeswoman told the Independent.

Superdrug has advised its online customers to change their passwords and has also informed the police as well as the UK’s national fraud and cyber-crime arm, Action Fraud.

Lisa Patten@LisaPatten1

Well done @superdrug not only has some random ‘ possibly ‘ got my details I can’t even log in with a password I know is correct, I then get locked out the account and have been waiting 2 hours for a password reset link 😡🤦‍♀️ think I will go back to Boots


Apparently managed to unlock my account, tried to log in again and my password is incorrect?!?! What the hell is going on?


Finally made it into my account and changed my password. Noticed this from the @superdrug Privacy Policy..

Looooooool yeah right.

Now.. how do I delete this account? Boots all the way.

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