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Customers who made a purchase on the Performance in the last month may have their credit card information stolen in a hack.

The electronics retailer says hackers sneak malware installed on an Execution server. It is still determining what data the malicious code which was looking to steal, but the security researchers say the hackers were after credit card numbers.

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Yesterday, we learned one of our servers were injected with malware that was identified and removed from our site. We extensive research to determine exactly what info, and are sending e-mails to customers potentially affected. Check your e-mail

— Implementation (@Implementation) September 19, 2018

This article originally appeared on PCMag.com.

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