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British Airways site had credit card skimming code injected

5 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / Thousands of BA customers had their credit card data "skimmed" by malicious JavaScript code inserted into the airline's website.
Last week, British Airways revealed that all the payment information processed through the airline's website and mobile app between August 21 and September 5 had been exposed. As many as 38,000 British Airways customers may have had their contact and financial information stolen in the breach, which evidence suggests was the result of malicious JavaScript code planted within British Airway's website.
According to a report by RiskIQ's Head Researcher...
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