UK, US seize 36 domains tied to financial fraud

UK, US seize 36 domains tied to financial fraud

arstechnica.com
British and US authorities have moved to seize 36 domain names associated with websites being used to traffic in stolen payment card data. The UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) said in a release issued today that the sites used Automated Vending Carts, a type of Web e-commerce software...
UK, US seize 36 domains tied to financial fraud
                                       

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