Threat Actors Steal Credit Card Info Of 1.8 Million Customers

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A law firm representing four affiliated online sporting goods websites has confirmed a cyberattack against the companies.

The cyberattack resulted in the theft of credit cards for 1,813,224 customers. Information compromised during the attack includes full name, financial account number, credit card number with CVV, debit card number with CVV, website passwords.

The four websites involved include Tackle Warehouse LLC (fishing gear), Running Warehouse LLC (running apparel), Tennis Warehouse LLC (Tennis apparel), and Skate Warehouse LLC (skateboards and skating apparel).

Further details showed that the companies learned of the breach on October 15 after which the outcome of an investigation confirmed that customers’ payment information had been stolen.

Customers affected were informed of the situation on December 16, 2021 and anyone who may have purchased anything on the four websites are advised to remain vigilant when monitoring their bank and credit card statements.

For more information, read the original story in BleepingComputer.

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