If you’re up on the latest in cybersecurity, you’ve heard of Magecart, a sort of cybercrime “group of groups” that digitally skims credit card data from compromised ecommerce sites. Widely publicized breaches from companies like British Airways, Newegg, and Ticketmaster are considered to be the work of Magecart, which remains at large, although security researchers are working hard to learn more about the cybercriminals. For instance, RiskIQ, an attack surface management solution provider, published a joint Magecart-focused report at the end of last year that profiled the groups (there are at least seven of them, according to RiskIQ), as well as their common tactics and their typical targets.
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Author: Peggy Smedley