Within two hours someone (or something) tried to make a purchase on stolen credit card data

December 18, 2019 — Security researcher finds that financial data doesn’t get left alone too long on the darkweb. Hackers test out credit card data found on the dark web in a little over two hours, according to a security researcher.

Cyber-criminals test cards to make sure they are active, so they are able to resell them to other cyber-criminals for a higher price. Once sold, it’s a race against the clock to commit fraud using the valid stolen credit card… before another cyber-criminal does, or before the issuing bank deactivates the card.
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