Security firm RiskIQ has claimed that the breach of the British Airways website was carried out by a group known as Magecart which was also responsible for infiltrating the Ticketmaster UK website earlier this year.
The British Airways website breach appears to have been done through a cross-site scripting flaw, according to the chief executive of a Web automation company in the UK.
For the second time this year, the website of the community GNU/Linux distribution openSUSE was hit by a security breach and forced to take some of its services offline.
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