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The personal information of over 28,700 Porsche customers in Japan was accessed in cyberattacks in January and February, the luxury automaker’s Japanese unit said Monday.

Porsche Japan announced that it detected multiple attacks targeting a contractor’s data servers between Jan. 23 and Feb. 11, resulting in the email addresses of 23,151 customers being stolen. The customers had requested catalogs from its website between 2000 and 2009. In addition, 5,568 email addresses of people who signed up for a Porsche promotion campaign in July 2015 were stolen.

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