Some Newegg customers have credit card numbers, others Magecart's hacking group will face up again.
Security researchers at RiskIQ said on Wednesday that Magecart had inserted malicious code into hardware and electronics retailers' payment systems and selected credit card data.
According to RiskIQ, the wrong code was running on Newegg site from August 14th to September 18th. He conducted research on the incident of Volexity 's cyber security company. According to RiskIQ, this attack affected both desktop and mobile customers. I do not know the number of affected customers.
Newegg did not immediately respond to the comment request for RiskIQ report.
This retailer seems to be the latest victim of Magecart, which RiskIQ researchers are blaming against recent attacks on British Airways and Ticketmaster.
Earlier this month, British Airways said it was investigating data leakage and stealing customer information. The company said the violation was resolved, but if you made a reservation within the past two weeks, the customer's personal and financial information was released. About 380,000 card transactions were affected.
The violation of Ticketmaster occurred early in June as personal information and credit card information was stolen.
RiskIQ did not react quickly to requests for additional comments.
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