Attackers who breached networks at India's second largest outsourcing company, Wipro, were part of a sophisticated campaign that used both commercial and open-source marketing tools to hit many organisations with phishing attacks. Most of these were firms that deal in gift cards.
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.
Customers of Dutch clothing company OppoSuits have been warned to monitor their credit card accounts after the firm reported that malware planted on its website could have stolen the details of customers who made purchases from its Australian, Canadian, EU and UK websites.
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