GHL starts probe on alleged data breach


The company said the E.V.E system operates on an independent stand-alone system which does not interfere with the technical operations of other e-pay and GHL merchant acquiring systems and servers, advising E.V.E users to change their passwords on the official website.

PETALING JAYA: GHL Systems Bhd says it is investigating serious allegations by a report that there has been a data compromise of its e-pay online reload and that a threat actor is selling customers’ information data and credentials related to its website.

“We are currently investigating and checking our systems.

“These allegations are isolated to the e-pay online reload and bill payment collection system (E.V.E).

“It does not impact other e-pay s well as GHL businesses and operations, ” GHL said in a statement.

The company said the E.V.E system operates on an independent stand-alone system which does not interfere with the technical operations of other e-pay and GHL merchant acquiring systems and servers, advising E.V.E users to change their passwords on the official website.

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