C-Store Data Breach: Hacker is Selling 30 Million Credit cards on the Dark Web

Credit card data from a security breach that affected an East Coast convenience store chain last year was discovered being sold in the corners of the dark web this week. The amount of data stolen makes it the third-largest credit card breach in history.

Wawa convenience stores announced the attempts to sell the data in a news release on January 28. According to the Gemini Advisory Board, a company that identifies cyberthreats, the credit card information was found on the website called Joker’s Stash marketplace and exposed customer data from 30 million cards… Digital Trends

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