A recent Newegg violation lasted a whole month and hackers swapped credit card information from customers.
Hackers injected 15 lines of skimming code on the online retailer's payment page, which lasted longer than a month between August 14 and September 18, told TechCrunch, a researcher on threats at RiskIQ. The code removed credit card data from unsuspecting customers to a server managed by hackers with a similar domain name – likely to avoid detection. The server even used an HTTPS certificate to mix.
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: Newegg infringement resulted in loss of credit card information