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Already? Citi Bike software glitch leads to security breach

Tuesday, 23 Jul 2013 | 3:10 PM ET
A couple get their Citi Bike bicycles from a station near Union Square in New York.
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A couple get their Citi Bike bicycles from a station near Union Square in New York.

A Citi Bike software glitch resulted in a security breach that exposed the personal and financial information, including credit card numbers, of more than 1,000 of its account holders, The Wall Street Journal reported.

The event occurred April 15, according to a letter sent to a Citi Bike member that was reviewed by the Journal.

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