This Dark Web Site Creates Robocalls to Steal People’s Credit Card PINs

LORENZO FRANCESCHI-BICCHIERAI
Jun 30 2017, 8:00am

 

A new service offers cybercriminals automated social engineering as a service.

In the internet underground, cybercriminals regularly exchange stolen credit card and debit card numbers and people’s personal information—data they usually refer to as “dumps.” But having someone’s credit card number isn’t great if you just want to get some cash. For that you’d need their ATM pin too.

That’s where a relatively new dark web service comes in. It claims to offer a simple, automated way to trick targets into giving up their PINs or other data such as mother’s maiden name. With this information, malicious hackers could access the target’s online banking accounts or other sensitive accounts.

READ MORE: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/3knz98/dark-web-site-robocalls-to-steal-credit-card-pins

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