Code has been discovered siphoning credit card numbers from consumer technology retail website Newegg, according to security researchers from two cybersecurity companies.
In reports published Wednesday by RiskIQ and Volexity, researchers discovered instances of code liked to the operators of Magecart, a group that has been behind a slew of recent, high-profile credit card number breaches.
“Over an entire month of skimming, we can assume this attack claimed a massive number of victims,” a blog from RiskIQ read.
Magecart has been behind a number of recent breaches, including ones targeting British Airways’ website and mobile app and a third-party customer service chat application used on Ticketmaster’s UK website.
Newegg did not respond for comment.