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DP Yoke's store part of URM cyber attack

January 30, 2014

Deer Park’s Yoke’s Fresh Market was one of the stores affected by a criminal cyber data attack last fall. It is not known whether any store customer had their credit or debit card information compromised.
The two-month-long security breach impacted a number of URM stores in Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Montana.
The Secret Service began the investigation after a number of fraudulent credit and debit card purchases were made nationwide last fall.
URM officials soon discovered a cyber attack on its payment processing system. Most of the security breach allowed the computer system hackers to access credit or debit card numbers, expiration dates and verification numbers. On some occasions the criminals were also able to access the name on the credit or debit cards.
“We are incredibly grateful to our customers for their patience and understanding through this difficult experience,” said URM CEO Ray Sprinkle in a prepared statement. “We are humbled by their support and continue to extend our sincere apologies for any frustration and inconvenience.”

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