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Macys.com Magecart attack yields payment, personal info

Hackers accessed macys.com’s “Checkout” and “My Wallet” pages early last month and added malicious script to lift shoppers’ personal information, such as credit card data, then send it to a remote site. The company discovered the Oct. 7 hack on Oct. 15 when it observed “a suspicious connection” between macys.com and the remote website, the company said in…
Cybercrime, Malware, Retail, Security News, Web Services Security, E-Commerce Security, Website/Web Server Security

Magecart attack on e-commerce service impacts Sesame Street store and many more

Magecart hackers found out how to get to Sesame Street’s online store – and in all likelihood thousands more merchants – by initially compromising e-commerce and shopping cart service provider Volusion to deliver the credit card-skimming code. Israel-based security researcher Marcel Afrahim, who for his day job works as a research developer at Check Point…
Data Breach, Security News

Evidence tying Cobalt Group to Magecart Group 4 unveiled

The security firms Malwarebytes and HYAS have strung together several pieces of evidence that they believe tie Magecart Group 4 to the Cobalt Group. The two companies found that the Cobalt Group and Magecart Group 4 have several overarching similarities, such as the use of advanced techniques during their attacks and a history with banking…
Cybercrime, Malware, Mobile Security, Network Security, Retail, Security News

Magecart card-skimming group targets L7 routers used by high-traffic locales

A prominent Magecart cybercriminal group appears to be testing card-skimming code capable of compromising commercial-grade layer 7 (L7) routers used by airports, casinos, hotels and resorts, researchers are reporting. The threat actor, deemed Magecart Group 5 or MG5, has seemingly also experimented with injecting code into a popular open-source mobile app code. Such an attack…
Executive Insight, Opinion, Security News

Five strategies to stop Magecart

For decades, companies focused their security budgets heavily on protecting their servers against intruders. Everything inside the firewall became sacred ground, especially after GDRP brought forward record-breaking fines for data breaches. But the past months brought forward a new threat that is catching small and large corporations alike unprepared: Magecart. As attackers evolve their M.O.…
Miscreants infected a poker player's laptop malware that monitored his every online gambling move.
Cybercrime, Malware, Security News, Web Services Security, E-Commerce Security, Website/Web Server Security

New way to lose at poker? Card game domains infected with Magecart skimmer

Cybercriminals are upping the ante when it comes to compromising websites with Magecart payment card skimmers, as evidence by the recent discovery of two infected web domains used by poker enthusiasts. A Malwarebytes blog post this week identified the two affected web pages as pokertracker.com and its subdomain pt4pokertracker.com. Both are related to a software…
Cybercrime, Malware, Security News, Web Services Security, E-Commerce Security, Website/Web Server Security

Magecart group compromises 17,000 domains by overwriting Amazon S3 buckets

One of the “Magecart” cybercriminal groups has infected more than 17,000 web domains with JavaScript-based payment card-skimming code by developing an automated process for finding and compromising misconfigured Amazon S3 buckets, researchers have reported. “These actors automatically scan for buckets which are misconfigured to allow anyone to view and edit the files it contains,” writes…
Cybercrime, Malware, Retail, Security News, Web Services Security, E-Commerce Security, Website/Web Server Security

Automated Magecart campaign infects 962 online stores

A July 4 Magecart card-skimming attack successfully infiltrated 962 online stores in what researchers are calling the largest 24-hour automated Magecart campaign to date. Researchers from Sanguine Security Labs who detected the attack reported it via Twitter, and uploaded the JavaScript-based skimmer code to GitHub. Sanguine Security researcher Willem de Groot told BleepingComputer that the campaign…
Retail, Security News

Magecart POS skimmer adds iframe injection technique

A new online POS skimmer used by one of the Magecart groups has been spotted injecting an iframe into retailer websites that asks for payment card information. Malwarebytes came across the new technique being used on a Magento powered e-commerce platform. Unlike other skimming methods, which search for the active payment form on the page…
Malware, Security News

Magecart POS malware found on Forbes subscription page

The publisher Forbes appears to be the most recent victim of malicious actors pushing Magecart POS skimming malware. Security researcher Troy Mursch, of Bad Packets Reports, set off the alarm on Twitter indicating Forbes magazine subscription website had been infected and was removing credit card data, Tripwire reported. As with other Magecart cases, the malware…
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