Displaying items by tag: credit card details

Retail travel agency Flight Centre has been found to have interfered with the privacy of about 7000 of its customers by disclosing their personal information to third parties, without asking for consent.

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The man called the invisible god of networks aka Fxmsp by the security firm Group-IB compromised more than 135 company networks and sold access to them in 44 countries over three-plus years, raking in at least $1.5 million, the firm says in a detailed document about him. The name is taken from a quote in an ad posted by a user Lampeduza to promote Fxmsp's services: "You will become the invisible god of networks."

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An established group that steals data through phishing and card-skimming is using new infrastructure and activities to generate revenue, the security firm RiskIQ says, adding that it has named the group Fullz House based on its operations.

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Security firm RiskIQ, which closely tracks incidences of online shopping sites being compromised, has put out a study in which it claims that Black Friday and Cyber Monday, the two big online shopping days, are sure to be in the sights of cyber criminals.

Published in Apps

Russian security form Group-IB has discovered a JavaScript sniffer which they have dubbed GMO, which was designed to steal the payment data of customers from seven online stores in the UK and the US.

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Wednesday, 05 December 2018 08:01

Clothing company OppoSuits hit by Magecart attack

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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Well-known British security researcher Kevin Beaumont says the breach of the British operations of American multinational ticket sales and distribution company Ticketmaster, that has led to the possible leak of tens of thousands of credit card details, was caused by the incorrect placement of a single line of code.

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American multinational ticket sales and distribution company Ticketmaster has warned Australian customers that they, too, could be at risk of having their credit card details leaked after the discovery of malware at the company's British operations.

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A malware attack has exposed the payment card details of hundreds of thousands of online customers at US retailer Sears Holding and Delta Air Lines, a report said on Thursday.

Published in Security
Friday, 24 November 2017 09:34

Credit card data leak at DSS comes to light

Outsourcing data storage has come back to bite the Department of Social Services, with the personal details of 8500 current and former employees being available on the Web between June 2016 and October 2017.

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US consumers are being subjected to over 30 million spam calls every day, with 15 million people a year falling for the scam and revealing credit card information.

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