• OnePlus Confirms 40,000 Customers' Data at Risk

    9 monthes ago - By Phone Scoop

    OnePlus today said up to 40,000 customers' credit card data may have been lifted in an attack. Earlier this week, OnePlus customers reported fraudulent activity on their credit cards after making purchases from OnePlus' web site. OnePlus says its investigation shows the company was indeed compromised. "One of our systems was attacked, and a malicious script was injected into the payment page code to sniff out credit card info while it was being entered," explained the company. "The malicious script operated intermittently, capturing and sending data directly from the user's browser. It has...
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  • Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards

    Yahoo Finance launches social savings app Tanda, an alternative to credit cards

    9 monthes ago - By TechCrunch

    Yahoo Finance today launched a new app called Tanda that allows small groups of either five or nine people to save money together for short-term goals. The app uses the concept of a “money pool” - that is, everyone participating in one Tanda's collaborative savings circles will pay a fixed amount to the group's savings pot every month. And every month, one member...
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  • Analog Equivalent Privacy Rights : Our parents bought things untracked, their footsteps in store weren't recorded

    9 monthes ago - By Privacy Online

    In the last article , we focused on how people are tracked today when using credit cards instead of cash. But few pay attention to the fact that we're tracked when using cash today, too.
    Few people pay attention to the little sign on the revolving door on Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It says that wi-fi and bluetooth tracking of every single individual is taking place in the airport.
    What sets Schiphol Airport apart isn't that they track individual people's movements to the sub-footstep level in a commercial area. (It's for commercial purposes, not security purposes.) No...
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  • OnePlus Says 40,000 Credit Card Numbers Were Stolen From Its Site

    OnePlus Says 40,000 Credit Card Numbers Were Stolen From Its Site

    9 monthes ago - By ExtremeTech

    It turns out a malicious script has been hiding on its website for about two months.
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  • Up to 40,000 OnePlus customers affected by recent credit card breach, says company

    Up to 40,000 OnePlus customers affected by recent credit card breach, says company

    9 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    Following an investigation into a credit card breach that affected its e-commerce website, OnePlus has announced that as many as 40,000 customers have had their credit card information stolen. According to an official post on the OnePlus community forums, a malicious script was inserted into one of the company's credit card processing systems. Working “intermittently,” the script was able to scrape full credit information, including card numbers, expiry dates and security codes. Its investigation has led OnePlus to believe the script was active between mid-November, 2017 and January 11th...
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  • OnePlus confirms it suffered a cyber attack affecting 40,000 customers

    OnePlus confirms it suffered a cyber attack affecting 40,000 customers

    9 monthes ago - By AndroidPhoneFans

    OnePlus has been pretty good about dodging much controversy after the company moved away from the debacle that was the invite system. However, with there being so many different hacks through various websites, it was bound to happen to OnePlus at some point in time.
    Earlier this week, the company halted all credit card sales after reports surfaced a potential hack on the servers. Today, OnePlus began sending emails out to those who have recently purchased a device through the online storefront stating that they were, in fact, breached.
    The breach has affected at least 40,000 customers, and...
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  • 40,000 Impacted by OnePlus Breach: What to Do

    40,000 Impacted by OnePlus Breach: What to Do

    9 monthes ago - By Tom's Guide

    OnePlus has confirmed as many as 40,000 customers may have been affected in a data breach on its store that emerged between November and January. Here's what to do if you're one of them.
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  • OnePlus confirms security breach with a staggering number of affected users

    OnePlus confirms security breach with a staggering number of affected users

    9 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    Last week, we started hearing word of a potential security breach over at OnePlus. Users were reporting that their credit cards had been compromised shortly after making a purchase on the OnePlus website, which prompted the company to launch an investigation. Today we're getting the first results from that investigation, and things aren't looking good for OnePlus or its users....
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  • Credit Card Info Of Up To 40,000 OnePlus Customers Hacked

    9 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Credit card information of up to 40,000 OnePlus customers has been compromised, the Chinese phone maker said Friday as part of an update into its internal investigation initiated after some owners of its products started reporting credit card fraud. The Shenzhen, Guangdong-based company is now reaching out to all customers it believes may have been affected by the hack it suffered and will notify them of the development via email. It's currently unclear how long that effort will take but all potentially compromised users are likely to be alerted to the issue by the end of the week.
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  • OnePlus confirms credit card hack was active for two months, up to 40,000 users affected

    9 monthes ago - By Talk Android

    Earlier this week it was reported that OnePlus might have a problem with securing credit card data, and then just a couple of days later, the smartphone maker disabled credit payments on its site after customers complained of fraudulent activity on their cards. Today, OnePlus has sent an email admitting that it the victim of a credit...
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  • As many as 40,000 OnePlus customers were affected by theft of credit card data

    As many as 40,000 OnePlus customers were affected by theft of credit card data

    9 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    Earlier this week, we told you that OnePlus had to stop accepting credit cards for purchases made on its website. A security breach allowed customers' credit card information to be stolen while in the middle of completing a transaction online. According to the company, the breach was executed by a malicious script that had been running on one of its payment processing servers since the middle of November. With a third party security firm investigating the matter, OnePlus says that it has discovered how and where the attack was introduced to its server, although it doesn't know if it was...
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  • OnePlus concludes investigation into credit card breach, says up to 40,000 people affected

    OnePlus concludes investigation into credit card breach, says up to 40,000 people affected

    9 monthes ago - By PhoneDog

    After revealing earlier this week that some OnePlus customers had found fraudulent transactions on their credit cards , OnePlus today shared the details of their investigation into this issue.
    OnePlus says that a malicious script was inserted into the payment page code of its online store. This script would intermittently capture a customer's credit card data as it was being entered.
    The issue was around for approximately two months, from mid-November 2017 to January 11, 2018. OnePlus estimates that up to 40,000 users have been affected. Customers credit card info, including card numbers...
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  • OnePlus confirms credit card security breach, up to 40k users ‘may be' affected

    9 monthes ago - By Pocketnow

    A whopping 40,000 people who used their credit cards on the official OnePlus website between mid-November 2017 and January 11, 2018 may have had their financial info compromised.
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  • OnePlus confirms up to 40,000 customers were impacted by credit card hack

    OnePlus confirms up to 40,000 customers were impacted by credit card hack

    9 monthes ago - By TechCrunch

    If you gave your credit card number to OnePlus sometime between mid-November and last week, your card may have been comprised. The smartphone maker confirmed this morning through its online forum that upwards of 40,000 customers may have had their numbers exposed to hackers. “Only a small subset of our customers is affected,” a spokesperson for the company told TechCrunch. OnePlus...
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  • OnePlus hack exposed credit cards of up to 40,000 people - CNET

    9 monthes ago - By CNET

    Oneplus.net was breached, and credit card numbers, expiration dates, and security codes "may have been compromised."
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