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Information, including name and home address as well as complete map information, was available through a basic Google query. The details of tens of thousands of Visa, MasterCard and American Express subscribers are thought to have been misrepresented by frauds who intended to resell them to other frauds.
MEP Nigel Evans, leader of the all-party faction on ID theft, said in the Daily Mail: An APACS spokesperson said: "Banks take any violation of privacy very seriously. We would like to reiterate the responsibilities of all on-line companies to safely save card data." Initially, the information was published on an insecure Vietnam servers used by crime groups.
Site shut down in February, but information stayed available on a "cached" Google page that keeps historic site shots even after they were taken out. Google spokesperson said the information had now been deleted.
Nearly 85,000 Britons' robbed credit and debit card information available in the "brazen" on-line databank.
Credit and debit card details that have been taken by almost 85,000 unaware Britons can be bought on-line in a "brazen" crime thriller data base. At a $20 (£14) sign-up charge, anyone can get the numbers, expiry and names of more than a million maps around the globe, along with the name, address and even telephone numbers of their owner.
Bestvalid's existance. cc was first unveiled by The Times, which alarmed the National Crime Agency and deputies, but it was still on-line on Saturday. The Independent was able to gain instant use of the data within a few moments after registration with a jargon user name and passphrase. Searching the UK gave 84,570 results - 78,318 direct debits, 6,239 credit points and a fistful of loyalty cards. Why not take a look at this site?
In The Times, details of a former Queen's elderly advisor as well as physicians, attorneys, bankers and other specialists were found in the data base. Radiation therapy physicist from London said she felt hurt after publishing her personal data on Bestvalid. Sensepost's information technology company Sensepost's CEO, Daniel Cuthbert, said the Times said Bestvalid was one of the largest locations of its kind.
"The majority of illicit card transactions can be found on the Internet or involve a client being checked or paying an entrance fee," he added. "Working in close cooperation with the counterparts of the new Joint Fraud Task Force of the Ministry of Interior, we will reinforce the reaction. Everyone who thinks they are a victim should contact Action Fraud by going to the website here.