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KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 4) : GHL System Bhd said today the group is currently investigating e-pay data breach allegations.
The group said in a statement that an unconfirmed report has been circulating in the media, claiming that e-pay data has been compromised and that a threat actor is selling customers’ personal identifiable information (PII) data and credentials related to their website.
“We are currently investigating these serious allegations and are checking our system,” it said.
The group also reiterated that these allegations are limited only to the e-pay online reload and bill payment collection system (E.V.E) and does not impact other e-pay and GHL businesses and operations.
According to the group, the E.V.E system operates on an independent stand-alone system which does not interfere with the technical operations of other e-pay and GHL merchant acquiring systems and servers.
“Investigations are still underway and we will continue to update on the progress and any new findings. In the meantime, we would advise E.V.E users to go to our official website and change their passwords as precautionary measures.
“E.V.E users should not click on unverified e-mail links urging them to update their credentials but to do so only on our official website,” it said.
GHL closed 2 sen or 1.17% lower at RM1.69, valuing the company at RM1.93 billion.
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