Panera Bread May Have Just Exposed Millions of Customers’ Personal Data

Millions of Panera Bread customers may have had their personal data exposed by the fast-casual restaurant chain, according to security experts.

Until Monday, scores of customer information — including names, email addresses, home addresses, birth dates and final four credit card digits — was accessible as plain text on the company’s website, according to a report from security writer Brian Krebs. It’s not clear whether anyone actually accessed any of the data, which was supplied by customers who had made accounts for food delivery and other services.