URM Stores today listed the 67 Inland Northwest grocery stores where card transactions could have been captured during last fall's network security breach. The stores are in Washington, Idaho, Montana and Oregon. Oregon has the fewest stores: the four there are in Heppner, Enterprise, Joseph and Umatilla.
The Spokane grocery co-op posted the full list on its website today, then said it was not yet finished in investigating the attack.
The release avoided saying anything about who was behind the attack. The Secret Service is the lead agency investigating the crime.
See the link below this post to see the PDF listing the 67 “affected” stores. In this instance, affected means: stores where transactions could have been accessed by cyber criminals.