DENVER (CBS4)- Police in Denver are searching for a woman who smiled as a surveillance camera caught her using a stolen credit card at an ATM. 132 more words
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South Korean regulators have fined three credit card companies and banned them from issuing new credit cards for three months in the wake of the country’s… 336 more words
This article describes how identity theft is on the rise. In 2013, every 2 seconds, someone became a victim of identity theft. If you’ve been a victim of it, then you know how vulnerable it makes you feel. 454 more words
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In 2007, Ukrainian Maksym Yastremsky was the most prolific credit card hacker in the world.
He’d stolen over 40 million cards from mostly U.S.-based retailers and cost credit card companies over $11 million. 642 more words
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The FBI last week warned U.S. retailers to expect more cyber attacks targeting customers’ credit card information after discovering some 20 hacking cases in the past year that involved the same kind of malware used in the Target breach, which infects cash registers and credit-card swiping checkout machines, Reuters reported Thursday (January 23rd).
At least 40% of South Korea’s entire population – some 20 million people – have had their names, social security numbers and credit card details ripped off and sold to marketing firms in the nation’s biggest-ever theft of personal information. 457 more words
The malware used to hack into Target’s credit card system may have been written by a 17-year old Russian teen, although investigators don’t think the programmer was involved in the actual security breach that may have also affected high-end retailer Neiman Marcus. 123 more words