eBay users got an eyeful after hackers changed the company’s email profile image to a naked woman

eBay users got an eyeful after hackers changed the company’s email profile image to a naked woman

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SHOCKED eBay users got an eyeful when hackers changed the global firm’s email profile image to show a half-naked woman.

Shoppers getting notifications on Microsoft’s Outlook mobile app saw a picture of a topless brunette wearing just a thong and stockings.

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Customers tracking their eBay orders were given an eyeful after the company’s email profile picture was changed by hackers[/caption]

They voiced varied reactions on social media to the image, which first appeared late last week.

David B wrote: “Love the email profile photo. Does she work at your customer service department. If so I have a few things I need sorting out.”

Liz Grogan said of the image: “Is that for real?? I mean, I’m sure she’s lovely, but not what I was expecting with an email about a baby product I want to buy.”

Tahinawrites wrote: “Is ebay being hacked?? I just received emails from ebay with an inappropriate profile picture?!! This is unacceptable. #ebay #disgusting.”


EBay implied the hack was due to an issue with Microsoft.

A spokesman said: “We are in touch with Microsoft — one of our email service providers in the UK — who are investigating the root cause of the matter.

“Microsoft have assured us that they’re taking all the necessary steps to address the issue.”

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Users took to Twitter to voice their confusion, but most seemed to find the incident funny[/caption]

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The company implied that the hack was due to an issue with Microsoft[/caption]


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