Security firm RiskIQ says a wave of compromises of e-commerce websites earlier this year were carried out through use of a variant of the Ant and Cockroach skimmer which was connected to a group of attackers known as Magecart group 12.
A cyber crime syndicate known as Magecart, which is made up of dozens of sub-groups that indulge in credit card theft by skimming online payment forms, has been found to be implicated in more than two million such attacks.
Sites that have been decommissioned due to attacks by the card-skimming attack group Magecart are being hijacked and re-used for other malicious activity once they come back online by a secondary group of cyber criminals, the security firm RiskIQ claims.
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