Metal detector company ‘very concerned’ about potential security breach

Metal detector giant EBay has warned its customers not to put metal detectors in their homes, following a security breach at its offices in London.

The incident at the EBay office in central London happened in late November, when the company’s security team discovered that an employee had put an item of metal on a table at the back of their office, causing the item to fall off.”

We have contacted the relevant police and security authorities and we will continue to monitor developments closely.”

The incident at the EBay office in central London happened in late November, when the company’s security team discovered that an employee had put an item of metal on a table at the back of their office, causing the item to fall off.

The company said that it was working with the local authorities to investigate and was “deeply disappointed” with the incident. 

It added that the security incident was “not a result of the equipment in the office being tampered with” and that it had “continued to monitor and assess the situation closely”.

It also said that the incident “did not compromise any of our customers’ data”.

We do not take this incident lightly and we are extremely careful with our staff and the equipment we use. “

There is no suggestion the incident has compromised any customer’s data.”

The company’s London headquarters are in the city centre and are “closely guarded”, and are only accessible by a “limited number” of people.”

As a result, we have been very careful to secure our premises, including placing metal detectors at key points within our office.”

The company’s London headquarters are in the city centre and are “closely guarded”, and are only accessible by a “limited number” of people.

The London Metropolitan Police said it was “aware of an incident involving metal detectors” and is investigating.

“As the investigation continues, we are continuing to liaise with EBay,” a spokesperson said.