Hackers have reportedly given away information on more than 1m stolen credit cards to promote a new cyber-criminal market place on the dark web.
The cards were taken between 2018 and 2019 and researchers have found as many as half are still valid, IT sector news services report.
The leaked details contain credit card numbers, expiry dates, CVV numbers, names, addresses, zip codes, email addresses and phone details. They are from up to 500 banks, notably the State Bank of India, JP Morgan Chase, BBVA Bancomer, the Toronto-Dominion Bank and Banco Posta.
The stolen cards have appeared on a new stolen card market called AllWord.Cards. “It is conceivable that the data was shared for free to entice other criminal actors to frequent their website by purchasing additional stolen data from unsuspecting victims,” researchers said.
The cards are said to be offered for sale at between $0.30 and $14.40 each.
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