Tags e-commerce

Double-dipping scammers don't need malware to grab card numbers and turn a profit, report says

by Joe Warminsky • 2 weeks ago

A China-based e-commerce scam appears to be harvesting payment information not through direct hacks on companies or using pernicious malware to skim data, but with a simpler approach.

Indonesian e-commerce giant probes reported breach of 91 million credentials

by Jeff Stone • 7 months ago

The government summoned the board of directors to clarify the current state of the investigation in a meeting Monday.

Automated Magecart spree hit thousands of sites via misconfigured cloud servers, RiskIQ says

by Jeff Stone • 1 year ago

The crooks are scanning the web for vulnerable Amazon Web Services S3 buckets, according to security vendor RiskIQ.

Magecart is the most infamous payment skimmer. But it's hardly the only one.

by Jeff Stone • 2 years ago

The infamous Magecart is used by just 12 of the 38 JavaScript-sniffer groups analyzed by the security company Group-IB

Chinese e-commerce giant Gearbest leaks millions of records, researcher finds

by Jeff Stone • 2 years ago

“Gearbest’s database isn’t just unsecured. It’s also providing potentially malicious agents with a constantly-updated supply of fresh data.”

Up to 40 percent of traffic on ticket sites is automated. Here's why that's bad for security.

by Jeff Stone • 2 years ago

Bad bots made up 39.9 percent of ticket-buying traffic between September and December 2018, according to Distil Networks.

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