Walgreens, the popular pharmacy store in the United States, has recently confessed to a security flaw. As revealed, a bug existed in the Walgreens mobile app that consequently leaked data of users.
The second-largest pharmacy store Walgreens has recently admitted a security incident. It turns out that the Walgreens mobile app leaked users’ personal data online due to a bug.
Disclosing the incident via a breach notification letter sent to their users, the company stated that they noticed a flaw with their mobile app’s personal secure messaging feature. This flaw exposed users’ personal messages to other users.
As they observed, some of the exposed messages contained health-related information of users.