Data on 26 million compromised credit cards 'rescued' following hack of black market website BriansClub

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BriansClub is estimated to have earned around $126m in bitcoin between 2015 and August 2019 by selling data on 9.1 million debit and credit cards

BriansClub, a black market site that trades stolen debit and credit card details, was recently hacked to reveal data on approximately 26 million payment cards. The hack occurred in August, with ...

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