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3/2/2020
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Walgreens' Mobile App Exposes Customers' Info

An error in the app allowed some secure chat users to see medical information that wasn't theirs.

A flaw in pharmacy giant Walgreens' mobile app has exposed its customers' personal and medical information, according to a notice provided to the California attorney general's office.

According to the notice, Walgreens discovered the breach on January 15 and immediately shut down the personal secure messaging feature of the app, where the problem was found. First and last names, prescription numbers and drug names, store numbers, and shipping addressed (where applicable) might have been visible to users other than the information's owners in the app's messaging section between January 9 and January 15.

Walgreen's has stated that the messaging feature will be disabled until it can be sure the issues have been remediated. It also said it will enhance its testing regimen to make sure similar problems don't occur in the future.

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