18 Mar 2020

Magecart Cyberattack Targets NutriBullet Website

A Magecart group has taken over NutriBullet’s website, installing skimmers across the site that aim to steal customer payment card data. Researchers warned the public about the security risk, stating that it was likely Magecart Group 8 behind the cybercrime. A researcher with RiskIQ stated on Wednesday that a JavaScript

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26 Feb 2020

Credit Card Skimmer Running on 13 Sites, Despite Notification

MageCart is a generic name for attackers that inject a script that steals customer payment details in eCommerce sites. MageCart Group 12 has claimed 40 new victims through infecting various shopping websites with information-stealing JavaScript. MageCart Group 12 is just one of the threat actors involved in this type of

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10 Feb 2020

Magecart Gang Attacks Olympic Ticket Reseller and Survival Food Sites

Magecart group has struck again, this time hitting websites selling Olympic tickets and sites selling things like emergency preparation kits through a recent digital card skimmer attack. The attack aims to steal payment data from various websites. Two tickets sales websites, one called Olympic Tickets and the other called Euro

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14 Jan 2020

Website Collecting Australian Fire Donations Hit by Magecart

A website gathering donations to support the victims of the horrific wildfires in Australia has been attacked by a credential skimming malware, placing thousands of donors at risk. The hack may have compromised donors’ payment information. The attack was carried out using Magecart malware injected into the ATMZOW skimmer on

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07 Jan 2020

Magecart Hits Parents and Students via Blue Bear Attack

In October of last year, Magecart actors breached Blue Bear Software, a major e-commerce platform for educational institutions, the vendor’s parent company Active Networks has announced. Magecart is an umbrella term for various criminal groups that attack websites with the aim of injecting them with “skimming” malware designed to steal the

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13 Dec 2019

Targeted Attacks Deliver New “Anchor” Malware to High-Profile Companies

A campaign that started in October is being used to deliver financial malware against entities in the manufacturing and retail sectors. Researchers at the Cybereason Nocturnus group have been following the new campaign closely, determining that it commences with a phishing attack to deliver TrickBot and ultimately delivers a relatively

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04 Dec 2019

Magecart Hackers Open Fire at Smith & Wesson Customers

Digital skimming hackers targeted the website of major US gun producer Smith & Wesson, as well as their customers, over the weekend. Smith & Wesson is based out of Springfield, Massachusetts, and was attacked on Black Friday during one of the highest-grossing shopping days of the year. Smith & Wesson

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08 Nov 2019

Between 200,000 and 240,000 Magento online stores will reach EOL next year

Between 200,000 and 240,000 e-commerce websites are still running Magento 1.x, an older version of the popular content management system (CMS) that will reach End-of-Life (EOL) in June of next year. Researchers with Sucuri warn that if these websites do not switch to Magento 2.x by then, they will inevitably

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29 Oct 2019

Fashion Site Sixth June Leaking Card Data to Magecart Hackers

Security researchers have uncovered two major Magecart campaigns since last week. Magecart is an umbrella term for various criminal groups that attack websites with the aim of injecting them with “skimming” malware designed to steal the payment card information of visitors. Last week it was reported that the website of Procter

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24 Oct 2019

FBI issues warning about e-skimming (Magecart) attacks

A recent article by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) highlights the threat of e-skimming attacks. This threat is also known as Magecart, an umbrella term for various criminal groups that attack websites with the aim of injecting them with “skimming” malware designed to steal the payment card information of

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