10 Million MasterCard, Visa Customers May Be Victims Of Credit Card Security Breach

March 30, 2012 12:00 AM

10 Million MasterCard, Visa Customers May Be Victims Of Credit Card Security Breach
" NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - Some major credit card companies are warning their customers that their account information may have fallen into the wrong hands.

As many as 10 million MasterCard and Visa customers may be victims of the latest big credit card security breach, according to cyber crime blogger Brian Krebs of krebsonsecurity .

 WCBS 880′s Monica Miller reports

“It looks like a credit/debit card processor had a security breach of some kind that seems to have jeopardized a whole bunch of cards,” Krebs told WCBS 880′s Monica Miller "

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