It’s been a long time since the world’s most popular e-commerce website was hacked, but the hack of the company’s server has only been the latest in a string of breaches at online retailers.
The e-mails and other files that were leaked by the hackers in December were just one part of a much larger hack of several large companies that have disrupted online commerce.
Ebony, which is owned by online retailer TigerDirect, was one of the first to be breached, in late December.
The breach affected a wide range of companies, including Apple, Facebook, and Yahoo.
In an e-Mail to staff, Ebony CEO Mike McQuade wrote that a “large number of our e-Commerce systems” were compromised.
That meant customers who had purchased products online had their orders canceled.
The company had been under a contract with the government to provide secure e-Bay, a popular marketplace for sellers of e-books, music, and other goods.
It was unclear when or if customers would be able to retrieve their items.
Ebay’s CEO also said the company is investigating the possibility that the data leaked by hackers could be part of another cyberattack.
That hack also impacted several other major online retailers, including Target, Amazon, Walgreens, Staples, Walmart, and eBay.
Some of the e-mails revealed the personal information of many of the people who had bought or sold on Ebay.
The emails, which were posted on Pastebin, also showed that e-bay had been hacked twice before.
In November, it was revealed that a hacker called “Echo” had accessed more than 100 million e-Mails from a customer who had ordered on the site.
Echo has not been arrested or charged with any crimes.
The hacker, who was not identified, also used the name “Tiger” in the e, saying he was a Tiger Direct employee.
In August, Ebay said that it had hired an outside security firm to investigate the breach.
That company, Black Ops Security, found that the attackers had used several different vulnerabilities to compromise Ebay, including a zero-day vulnerability in its software.
The firm has also found that other vulnerabilities were also used in the breach, but Ebay has said that the latter are “not directly related to the data breach.”