Attackers compromised Volusion’s Google Cloud environment to load malicious skimmer code onto more than 6,500 customer sites. Magecart attackers have infiltrated cloud-based e-commerce provider Volusion to successfully infect at least 6,500 customer websites with malicious code designed to lift payment card information. To do this, they had to first break into Volusion’s Google Cloud environment.
Researchers say supply chain attacks are responsible for the most significant spikes in Magecart detections. Credit card-skimming threat Magecart has reportedly compromised more than 2 million victim websites and directly breached more than 18,000 hosts, RiskIQ researchers report. Magecart is a rapidly growing cybercrime syndicate made up of several groups, all of which specialize in
Their findings demonstrate how Group 4 is likely conducting server-side skimming in addition to client-side activity. Security researchers have discovered a link between Magecart Group 4 and Cobalt Group, a well-known, financially motivated group in operation since 2015. Findings indicate Group 4 is not only conducting client-side skimming but was, and likely still is, doing
In 2.5 hours of research, one security expert uncovered more than 80 actively compromised ecommerce websites. Magecart, the e-commerce threat behind security breaches at Ticketmaster, British Airways, and other prominent targets, remains a top concern among researchers: In 2.5 hours, one security expert discovered more than 80 e-commerce sites actively under the control of Magecart
Greater awareness of how Magecart works will give your company a leg up on the growing threat from this online credit card skimmer. Here are four places to start.
If you’re not yet familiar with Magecart, you should be. On May 3, it was revealed that hackers used it to steal payment info from
Magecart attacks continue to grow in momentum. Here are the stats and stories that show what’s behind the mayhem. 1 of 8 Image Source: Adobe Stock (M.a.u.) Popping up in various permutations for the better part of four years now, the online payment skimming operations run by Magecart fraudsters continue to intensify in 2019. Targeting
The home goods company confirmed users’ data may have been compromised during multiple time frames over a two-year period. OXO International, a US-based manufacturer of kitchen utensils and home goods, reported a data breach spanning two years that experts say appears to be a Magecart attack. The company is notifying customers of a data security