McAfee: Target Data Heist Made Possible By Cybercrime Service Industry

on Monday, Mar. 10th

The latest quarterly report by computer security firm McAfee Labs says that the massive Target data breach occurred with the help of a cybercrime service industry:

That industry allowed the thieves to not only buy custom-made malware for the theft, but also to quickly sell credit card numbers from 40 million shoppers affected by the breach. The thieves sold the numbers through online back-channels that security experts call the “dark web,” the company said.

Every night is service industry night on the Internet, and it’s always nighttime somewhere!

Via CNBC

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