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Sniffing in the Dark: Credit Card Sniffers on the Dark Web

Credit card sniffers are malicious scripts that are injected onto payment pages of e-commerce sites and scrape customer payment information, including credit card data. They have been identified as the highest-impact threat to the retail sector, accounting for 88 significant breaches in 2018, including the Magecart attack against British Airways.

In this webinar, Dov Lerner will discuss discourse on the dark web surrounding credit card sniffers, and what this teaches us about the broader cybercrime enterprise.
Recorded Dec 10 2019 44 mins
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