Luxury brand Thrive Cosmetics is the latest beauty company to be targeted by a cyberattack.
The US-based luxury brand’s online store, the brand’s social media accounts and a number of its online products were hacked on Thursday evening, according to the company’s website.
The company’s flagship brand, Beauty, was also hit, according the company.
“Our team is investigating and working to resolve the issue,” the brand said in a statement on Friday.
Thrive Cosmetics was founded in 2005 and was bought by Luxury Brands in 2011.”
Our customers’ trust in Beauty is our top priority.”
Thrive Cosmetics was founded in 2005 and was bought by Luxury Brands in 2011.
The hack is the second attack on a beauty brand in less than two weeks.
In February, a security researcher published an exploit code that allowed him to access accounts and steal personal data from several beauty brands.
Thrive was the victim of another hack last month, but it was only the second time it was targeted in less that two weeks, according a company spokesperson.
Threepenny Beauty said in the statement that the breach “has been reported to us, but we are still investigating the incident”.
Thrive has been contacted for comment.