Dixons Carphone has said a tremendous information break that occurred a year ago included 10 million clients, up from its unique gauge of 1.2 million.
The Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World proprietor has been researching the hack since it was found in June.
It said individual data, names, locations and email locations may have been gotten to a year ago.
In any case, no bank subtle elements were taken and it had discovered no confirmation that misrepresentation had come about because of the rupture.
The programmers/hackers additionally gain admittance to records of 5.9 million credit cards, yet about those were secured by the chip and pin framework.
Dixons said it was "exceptionally sad for any misery" caused and it would apologize to clients, in spite of the fact that it didn't state how or over what timescale it would get in touch with them.