It’s that time of year again! While website owners always need to be on guard, the holidays season is when online scams and credit card theft are most rampant. Administrators of ecommerce websites need to be extra vigilant as this case will demonstrate. This story starts much the same as many others that we discuss on this blog: A client came to us noting that a number of their customers reported that unauthorised activity took place on their credit cards shortly after having made a purchase on their website.
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