The Information Was Exposed March 24th Affecting US Credit Cards
LOS GATOS, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 27, 2014 / Survela analysts have discovered 7 million stolen credit cards exposed in the black market. The exposure is the result of a data breach from Ukranian Hackers at ATMs and Point of Sale systems. A majority of cards seem to come from United States banks.
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The exposed data includes valid Credit Card numbers, bank routing numbers, full names, PINs, social security number, card expiration dates, floats, dates of birth, states, and zip codes.
The stolen credit cards published on internet, which is accessible at this time, affects:
American Express (668,279); MasterCard (1,778,749); Discover Cards (362,132) and Visa (3,255,663)
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