Singapore, Malaysia credit card details dumped online in massive data breach


“The results are alarming as it seems no one is aware that such a huge volume of payment card details – including the CVV and PIN – are available, ” said CEO Nandakishore Harikumar, referring to the card verification value and personal identification number. SCMP pic

HUNDREDS of thousands of credit card details from at least six Southeast Asian countries – including Malaysia and Singapore – have been leaked online, according to India-based cybersecurity start-up Technisanct.

The company said this week it had found a series of data breaches involving credit card details issued by top banks in Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand.

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