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MageCart Launches Customizable Campaign

A new report by Fortinet shows that Magecart hackers are licensing Inter, which is highly customizable malware that can be used in order to inject payment card skimming malware into legitimate websites. Magecart is an umbrella term for various criminal groups that attack e-commerce websites with the aim of injecting them with this kind of malware.

A threat actor dubbed Sochi has been offering Inter on an underground forum since December of last year. The malware is sold for $1,300 per license, and customers also receive a user manual, 24/7 customer support, and free updates.

In recent years, it has become common for organized threat groups to mimic the practices legitimate companies by offering hacking tools and services as part of packages that may include instruction manuals and customer support.

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