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British Airways hackers used same tools behind Ticketmaster breach

Engadget - Tue 11 Sep 18

The British Airways web hack wasn't an isolated incident. Analysts at RiskIQ have reported that the breach was likely perpetrated by Magecart, the same criminal enterprise that ...

British Airways hackers used the same skimming tactics that breached Ticketmaster UK

The Verge - Tue 11 Sep 18

British Airways reported a breach last week that affected about 380,000 customers’ data. Threat management firm RiskIQ revealed today that the same criminal group behind a Ticketmaster ...

British Airways site had credit card skimming code injected

Arstechnica - Tue 11 Sep 18

22 lines of JavaScript injected into Web, mobile apps raked in customer credit card data.

British Airways breach caused by credit card skimming malware, researchers say

TechCrunch - Tue 11 Sep 18

A security firm says credit card skimming malware installed by hackers on British Airways’ website a few months ago was to blame for a data breach of over 380,000 credit cards. Payments ...

British Airways: Suspect code that hacked fliers 'found'

BBC Technology - Tue 11 Sep 18

The code, found lurking on the British Airways website, may be how hackers stole data on 380,000 transactions.

Here’s how British Airways was hacked, according to researchers - CNET

CNET Cutting Edge - Tue 11 Sep 18

A notorious hacking group flew to new heights with its attack on British Airways.

How Hackers Slipped by British Airways' Data Defenses

Wired Security - Tue 11 Sep 18

Security researchers have detailed how a criminal hacking gang used just 22 lines of code to steal credit card info from hundreds of thousands of British Airways customers.

How Hackers Slipped by British Airways' Data Defenses, Wired Security - Tue 11 Sep 18

British Airways data breach hackers identified

Techradar - Tue 11 Sep 18

Ticketmaster attackers Magecart identified as culprits, RiskIQ claims.