Cybercriminals Hacked Tupperware Implanting a Digital Card Skimmer in Their Checkout

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In order to steal online customers credit card data, cybercriminals hacked the renowned website of the popular food containers Tupperware and implanted the payment card skimmer in their checkout page.

Tupperware  receiving almost 1,000,000 visitors a month and a variety of localized website versions. Researchers also said that the skimmer was first discovered on 20 March— but the time the site has been breached before that is not clear. While Tupperware did little to respond to more than one research assistance attempt, the malicious code was deleted from its homepage by 25 March, when tests of the cardboard skimmer were publicly announced.

Threats have jeopardized the legitimate tupperware website through hiding malicious code in a picture document that triggers a fraudulent charge form for the check-in technique, "malwarebytes researchers reported on the Wednesday.

Researchers also claimed that Hacker can reload the payment form with with the malicious code. There is no evidence that statistical fraud has already taken place when victims enter the records a second time in the (newly valid) form. Attackers may also steal first and last names of clients, email addresses, telephone numbers, as well as customer full Credit card Details.

Has of the time of writing Tupperware website has been cleared of the malicious code.

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