By CBSLA Staff

HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) — Amoeba Music announced Tuesday its website was “the victim of a hacking attack” which resulted in some customer data being exposed.

In an online statement, the company said, “On June 28, was the victim of a hacking attack. As a result, our website has been offline while we have been working hard to rebuild the site and take steps to ensure that this does not happen again.”

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While no credit card data was exposed or accessed in the attack, some information, including shipping/billing addresses and email addresses, was compromised, Amoeba said.

The company also mentioned while all passwords were encrypted, customers are recommended to change their password as an extra precaution.

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Amoeba said it has hired a third-party firm to investigate this hack, moved servers to a new location, and increased their systems’ security.

All accounts have been disabled and people are asked to create a new username and password.

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Customers with an online gift code or credit balance are told to email with the purchaser’s name, purchaser’s email, and credit amount and we can help restore your online credit.