Another day, another breach.
Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor confirmed Sunday that more than five million credit and debit card numbers were stolen from customers in a recent data breach.
The cybercriminal syndicate known as Fin7 reportedly targeted physical stores in New Jersey and New York by installing software in cash register systems that relayed credit card numbers back to the hackers until last month.
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The data breach was first reported by cybersecurity company Gemini Advisory (via The New York Times). The firm claims that Fin7 has so far put 125,000 credit card numbers for sale on the dark web. Gemini Advisory expects all of them become available “in the coming months.” Read more…
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