JM Bullion, the leading online bullion dealer in the United States, has disclosed a data breach, hackers stole customers’ credit card information.
JM Bullion, the online retailer of products made of precious metals (i.e. gold, silver, copper, platinum, and palladium) has disclosed a data breach.
JM Bullion has sent a ‘Notice of Data Security Incident‘ to its customers, the security breach took place on February 18, 2020, when its staff discovered a malicious script on its website.
“On July 6, 2020, JM Bullion was alerted to suspicious activity on its website. JM Bullion immediately began an investigation, with the assistance of a third-party forensic specialist, to assess the nature and scope of the incident. Through an investigation, it was determined that malicious code was present on the website from February 18, 2020 to July 17, 2020, which had the ability to capture customer information entered into the website in limited scenarios while making a purchase,” reads the JM Bullion’s notice.
It is a classic Magecart attack, threat actors planted a malicious script on the website which was used to steal information entered by users while making a purchase. The company was alerted of the compromise on July 6, 2020 and immediately launched an investigation with the help of a third-party forensic firm.
The information stolen in this attack includes customers’ names, addresses, and payment card information, including the account number, expiration date, and security codes.
Customers who made purchases on JM Bullion’s site between February 18th, 2020, to July 17th, 2020, have been impacted and are recommended to remain vigilant on credit card statements for fraudulent activity.
(SecurityAffairs – hacking, JM Bullion)