Hackers Stole 200,000 South Korean Credit Cards Data

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Hackers stole the personal information of about 200,000 South Korean credit card users, making some fake credit cards and rack up fraudulent charges about $115,400. The Financial Supervisory Service said that several suspects had late last year hacked into firm card managing payment processing terminals and extracted datas such as numbers, expiry dates and passwords for a point-amassing loyalty card. The suspects exploit that some of the users had been using the same PIN numbers and or passwords for the both credit cards and loyalty card to create fake card to charge items earlier this year. South Korean Police , the one which are investigating have so far identified 268 different cases of wrongful chatges. The leaked information , including cards issues by the biggest cards firm, Shinhan Card which didn’t included pin numbers or passwords . The hacking of the credit cards almost destroys credit cards owner’s life as the hackers card things from the money of other persons but carders are the most wanted people in the list of agencies as every step is dangerous for carders. Some even card things for others like other people buy hacked credit cards like 200,000 credit cards were hacked so same […]

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