Disk Union, which develops specialty stores such as CDs and records, leaked the email addresses and passwords of more than 700,000 members registered in the two online shops it operates, as well as personal information such as names and addresses. Announced that there is a risk.

According to "Disk Union", which is headquartered in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, there are two online shops that may have leaked: "diskunion.net", which sells CDs, and "audiounion.jp", which sells audio equipment. It is the member information for about 701,000 people.

This membership information includes your name, address, phone number, email address, unencrypted password, etc., and is applicable to all members registered by the 24th of this month.

On the 24th of this month, I noticed that information may have been leaked due to an external indication, so I stopped two online shops and are investigating traces of unauthorized access, but the detailed cause is unknown. It is said that.

In the future, the company will contact each member individually by e-mail, and if the same e-mail address or password is reused for another service, we would like you to change it to prevent unauthorized login.

"Disk Union" commented on its homepage, "We deeply apologize for the inconvenience and concern. We apologize for the time it took to announce today."