Hackers are collecting payment details, user passwords from 4,600 sites

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

Hackers have breached analytics service Picreel and open-source project Alpaca Forms and have modified JavaScript files on the infrastructure of these two companies to embed malicious code on over 4,600 websites, security researchers have told ZDNet.

The attack is ongoing, and the malicious scripts are still live, at the time of this article’s publishing.

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