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Russian hackers publish million credit cards on dark web, - CNBC

Source : 112 Ukraine

These credit cards were issued in 2018-2019, and 20% of them are still active
12:15, 6 August 2021

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About 1 million U.S. and global credit cards were released by a Russian criminal organization on the so-called dark web, according to analysts at cybersecurity firm Q6. The group, which calls itself “All World Cards,” offers stolen credit card information to other criminals. CNBC reported this.

These credit cards were issued in 2018-2019, and 20% of them are still active.

According to analysts of the company for cybersecurity Q6, hackers offer information about credit cards to other fraudsters.

The channel's correspondent Eamon Javers reported on Twitter that the group, calling itself "All World Cards" offered accounts to other crooks for *free* as an introductory offer.

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"One million stolen credit cards is a large number - even for the Dark Web where large amounts of stolen credit card information have been available for sale for years. Criminals will likely start using these stolen cards in coming days, so banks should see an impact soon," the correspondent wrote.

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