Tunecore Hack Clean-Up Continues; Free Identity Protection Offered to Users

Last week, Tunecore disclosed a serious server breach that occurred in November.  The exact nature of was compromised and/or stolen remains uncertain, though Tunecore is now taking steps to protect its users.  According the following email leaked to DMN, Tunecore is extending complete identity protection services for one year to anyone possibly affected, all at no charge.

Here’s the correspondence, mailed Tuesday, December 8th:

Tunecore Correspondence

 

 

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5 Responses

  1. evan

    i have 2 tunecore accounts and i didn’t get that email. i got the first one about the hack but not this one. so maybe my personal info wasn’t compromised.

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  2. steve

    i too never got the email. but then again, i removed my albums and went with distrokid a year and a half ago. so maybe that’s why.

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  3. WOrdemUp

    Another nail in the coffin for Tunecore. The company is a joke at this point 🙁

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