Financial data stolen from British Airways in a recent attack by a group known as Magecart is being hawked on the dark web, the researchers who attributed the attack claim.
British Airways has updated its advice on a breach of customer data, saying the payments cards of another 185,000 people could be affected, in addition to the 380,000 first mentioned.
Security firm RiskIQ has discovered another case of a site breach by the group Magecart, this time against Shopper Approved, a customer rating plugin that is used on thousands of ecommerce sites.
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