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January 15, 2018
OnePlus site was reportedly hacked to steal credit card details
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The thenextweb.com declares a hidden threat by anybody who used at credit card to purchase their flashy new OnePlus handsets from the company’s official site ought to immediately contact their bank: hackers might be out to steal your funds.
Anybody who used at credit card to purchase their flashy new OnePlus handsets from the company’s official site ought to immediately contact their bank: hackers might be out to steal your funds. Following a slew of complaints about possible credit card fraud from a flock of concerned OnePlus users, cybersecurity firm Fidus has discovered a vulnerability that might have allowed malicious agents to sweep sensitive credit card data from the website of the China-based phone-maker. So far, hundreds of affected users have taken to Reddit and the official OnePlus forums to report suspicious activity on their credit cards. According to This story continues at The Next Web Engaging post, Read More…
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