Not even professional digital fraudsters are immune to getting hacked.
This was made abundantly clear today following a report by Krebs on Security that an online shop offering approximately 26 million stolen debit and credit card numbers for sale was itself the victim of a hack. And, perhaps best of all, the site’s entire purloined library might have been tainted in the process.
Krebs on Security notes that the carding site in question, BriansClub, appears to have gathered its stolen card numbers over the course of the past four years from both online and physical retail stores. The site’s FAQ page explains that it “[sells] the dumps (track2/track1) with country, state, city, zip information (optional) and CVV2 cards.” Read more…
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