On the Dark Web marketplace, Gemini Advisory says, a data collection of millions of payment card documents allegedly stolen from US-based restaurant chain Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has surfaced.
The details, posted on the underground marketplace of the Joker’s Stash, appears to have been obtained from over a hundred compromised locations. The data seems to come from 35 US states and some European and Asian nations.
The BLAZINGSUN data collection reportedly comprises 3 million payment documents, with an estimated price of $17 per card.
There are 469 outlets operated under the Dickey’s Barbecue Pit franchise in 42 states, each of which has approval to use the type of point-of – sale (POS) system they want, as well as their chosen processors.
The details that appeared on Joker’s Stash, according to Gemini Advisory, indicates that 156 Dickey locations in 30 states might have been hacked. Between July 2019 and ...
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