OnePlus Website Suffered from Critical Data breach in their Payment card System and attacker stolen more than 40,000 Customers Sensitive Credit information.
One of their payment card system attacked by unknown hackers by injecting malicious script into payment page code that will intercept the card information while being entered by the customer.
Customer who purchased via oneplus.net Website between mid-November 2017 and January 11, 2018, may have been affected.
Few Weeks Before OnePlus Mobile comes with the preinstalled backdoor that provides root access to the affected devices.
Due to this Attack, hackers may have been stolen Sensitive credit card information such as card numbers, expiry dates and security codes.
Injected malicious script intermediately performing while customer entering their Credit card information on their website and attacker capturing the credit card information that will send the sniffed information to attacker directly from the user’s browser.
In this case, OnePlus Customer who has made credit card payments directly to oneplus.net is the only scenario based credit card information may have been stolen.
Following Scenario based customers are not Affected by this Payment card data Breach.
- Users who paid via a saved credit card should NOT be affected.
- Users who paid via the “Credit Card via PayPal” method should NOT be affected.
- Users who paid via PayPal should NOT be affected.
According to OnePlus, Payment fraud is a perennial concern with all online payments. If you notice suspicious charges in your card statement, contact your bank immediately so they can reverse the payment. Our website is HTTPS encrypted, so it’s very difficult to intercept traffic and inject malicious code, however, we are conducting a complete audit.
Infected Payment card server has been quarantined Soon after discovered this breach by OnePlus Security Expert and reinforced all relevant system structures.
OnePlus Informed to their customer regarding this data breach and requested to check your card statement and contact your bank if they find any suspicious charges.
Source : GBHackers