Credit card, personal info targeted in Hawaii tour company hack

HNN reports:

Roberts Hawaii is warning customers about a security breach that may affect customers who purchased tours from July 2015 to December 2016.

The tour company found out about the hack after getting reports of fraudulent charges on customers’ credit cards. The charges appeared shortly after the customers made purchases on Roberts Hawaii’s website.

An investigation found a surreptitious code had been installed on the company’s web server that copied personal information during checkout.

Read more on Hawaii News Now.

Update: Their notification letter indicates that those using the airportwaikikishuttle.com were also affected by the malware that captured customer data during transmission.

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