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RiskIQ, a cybersecurity firm, reports that it has discovered the software that was used to gather credit card information from the British Airways website. The firm further states that the "supply chain attack" was very similar to an earlier attempt to skim data from the Ticketmaster website.

The code, found lurking on the British Airways website, may be how hackers stole data on 380,000 transactions.

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  1. RiskIQ, a cybersecurity firm, reports that it has discovered that the software which was used to gather credit card information from the British Airways website. The firm further states that the "supply chain attack" was very similar to an earlier attempt to skim data from the Ticketmaster website.
  2. RiskIQ, a cybersecurity firm, reports that it has discovered that the software was used to gather credit card information from the British Airways website. The firm further states that the "supply chain attack" was very similar to an earlier attempt to skim data from the Ticketmaster website.
  3. RiskIQ, a cybersecurity firm, reports that it has discovered the software that was used to gather credit card information from the British Airways website. The firm further states that the "supply chain attack" was very similar to an earlier attempt to skim data from the Ticketmaster website.

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