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Magecart is a rapidly growing cybercrime syndicate comprised of dozens of subgroups that specialize in cyberattacks involving digital credit card theft by skimming online payment forms. It’s also fundamentally changing the way we view browser security.
A global phenomenon, Magecart is threatening the ability of consumers worldwide to shop online safely by stealthily intercepting their credit card data via their browser without the consumer or website owner’s knowledge. Although it’s just now getting global attention, Magecart has been active for nearly ten years—RiskIQ’s earliest Magecart observation occurred on August 8th, 2010.
RiskIQ’s global discovery platform gathers internet-wide telemetry that enables us to view websites as Magecart actors do; a unique perspective that provides unmatched visibility into this surging threat. In our latest report, we share the valuable insights gleaned from this telemetry data, which yields critical insight into the state of Magecart, whose skimmers have appeared over two million times, and directly breached over 18,000 hosts.
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The entire report, containing additional insights and information, is available for download here: https://www.riskiq.com/research/magecart-growing-threat/
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Now you can see why we named it Magecart 🙃 it’s where it started in 2014. A group normally skimming data through Mage.php when a cart checkout is done, started pioneering a client-side JS skimmer.
The rest of the story can be read in our 2018 report: https://t.co/aGlU984pTU https://t.co/AwDlwdb36p
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RiskIQ's @ydklijnsma was on @DarknetDiaries to talk about the global phenomenon of #Magecart. Listen in on how credit card skimming on online purchases is happening—and happening often.