Pizza Hut says personal data stolen in breach

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Pizza Hut acknowledged that thousands of customers may have been affected by a data breach. (KTRK)

If you recently ordered Pizza Hut, you may want to monitor your credit card statements.

In a letter sent to tens of thousands of customers, Pizza Hut said customers who used their mobile app or website may have had their personal information stolen.

The breach happened during a 28-hour period on October 1st and 2nd.

Pizza Hut is offering a year of free credit monitoring to affected customers.

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