OnePlus confirm you know 40000 client to steal credit card data

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In the beginning of the week, news spread about a potential security breach in shop OnePlus-mail, where there was a likelihood of the theft of information credit card customers. After investigating this problem the company has already confirmed that up to 40,000 clients were affected by this security breach, where was the theft of credit card information already.

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This is the information that was know about this problem:

  • Apparently it was added to the text of malignancy in one of the servers of OnePlus, was stealing credit card data and then sent to the inventors; and to show the company that they have isolated the server on now scrapped that script.
  • The script was driving the stolen data in the period between mid-November 2017 until January 11, 2018.
  • If you enter credit card information to shop OnePlus during that time there is a chance that have been stealing your information, the company explained it had reached almost the customers who think they may have been affected.
  • If you are making payment using credit card data is registered already on the website of OnePlus, you won’t be of customers affected by the problem.
  • If you pay through PayPal and used a credit card or have not used will not be of the customers affected by the problem.

And OnePlus call the customers who think they were affected by the problem, and customers who purchased products on the website of OnePlus in this period, attention transactions on their cards.

And OnePlus it is working with service providers and local authorities to better cope with the problem, the two ya’alon with advance payment also apply the method of payment by credit card more secure, in addition to perform a security audit deep.

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