The social shopping portal LiveSocial has been hacked by a cybercriminal.
The site has been suspended by LiveSocial, but users are still able to shop.
According to the social shopping website, the breach was discovered after a data breach of the company’s servers.
LiveSocial says that the hacker accessed customer accounts in the UK and the US, and the site says it has traced the hacker back to the Czech Republic.
The hacker targeted customers from over 40 countries.
Livesocial says that it has suspended its relationship with the hacker, and has suspended the use of its social shopping app.
Live social is the official social shopping service for the UK, Ireland, Germany, Sweden, France, Italy, Belgium, Denmark, and Austria.
It was launched in 2014 and offers social shopping for people and brands.
The hack also affected the official Twitter account for LiveSocial.
Live Social said that it is working with law enforcement authorities to investigate the hack.
LiveOnline said that the breach affected users in the United Kingdom and the United States, and that it’s investigating the matter.
Users can still use LiveSocial to make purchases on the social networking platform, and it’s offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
Live.com, a social networking website, has been also compromised.
It said that users in over 50 countries, including the US and UK, have been affected.
It also said that LiveSocial is suspending its relationship and is cooperating with law-enforcement authorities.
Live is the social media platform for the US.
In a statement, Live said that all users of the LiveSocial website have been restored and users can now continue to make online purchases.
Live has not yet released a statement.