Postal Prescription Services is a special mail-order medical prescription service through the grocery chain Kroger. The service enables Kroger customers to sign up to receive their medications straight to their homes.
The Kroger Postal Prescription Services online service accidentally shared the email addresses and names of patients that signed up for mail-based prescription services during a specific period of time. More than 82,000 people were impacted by this breach, but only limited information was shared about them during the incident.
The Kroger data breach impacted Kroger PPS service users between July 2014 and January 13, 2023. Anyone that signed up to the Postal Prescription Services and had a Kroger account created for them in that time period had their email address and full name exposed.
This Postal Prescription Services data breach impacts Kroger customers that signed up for the PPS service during the given period of time that went on for many years. The breach affects more than 82,000 customers, but it only gives out a small amount of their information.
The Kroger breach didn't make any files accessible but instead enabled users to see customer details. The breach has been determined to affect more than 82,000 customers, and if you are one of the individuals impacted, you should be careful about what emails you open and respond to. Your information may be used for phishing attacks in the future that could cause you to harm if you provide secure information through unsecured emails or websites, or if you click on harmful links.