Security firm RiskIQ says a wave of compromises of e-commerce websites earlier this year were carried out through use of a variant of the Ant and Cockroach skimmer which was connected to a group of attackers known as Magecart group 12.
Sites that have been decommissioned due to attacks by the card-skimming attack group Magecart are being hijacked and re-used for other malicious activity once they come back online by a secondary group of cyber criminals, the security firm RiskIQ claims.
The subscription site for Forbes magazine has been the victim of the card-skimming attack group Magecart, with the well-known website leaking card data on Wednesday until the attack was noticed and the site taken down.
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