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PCM Inc., a U.S.-based cloud services provider, has sustained a breach that let hackers into some clients’ email and file-sharing systems. So reports Krebs on Security.

With more than $2 billion in revenue last year, PCM provides technology products and services to more than 2,000 private and government clients. The hack, which was reportedly detected in mid-May, was apparently aimed at harvesting data that could be used for gift-card fraud.

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