VTech Falls to Lowest Since 2012 After Millions of Kids Hacked

  • More than 6 million kids' profiles accessed, mostly in U.S.
  • Children's photos, audio files on servers are encrypted: VTech

A child plays with the Kidizoom Multimedia Digital Camera made by V-Tech. Hackers accessed 5 million customer accounts through VTech’s Learning Lodge database, where users download applications, learning games and e-books.

Photographer: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

VTech Holdings Ltd. fell to a three-year low after the Hong Kong-based company said hackers who infiltrated its online services gained access to the profiles of more than 6 million children.

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