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Payment provider hacked. Search this list to find affected businesses

Payment provider hacked. Search this list to find affected businesses
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If you thought that we were in the clear for holiday hacking, then you thought wrong. We have another report on a data breach, and this one is nearly as bad as Target.

We don't have the full fallout yet, but it's pretty bad. A company called "Charge Anywhere" revealed that malicious software jeopardized credit card transactions from as far back as November 2009.

Charge Anywhere is an electronic payment provider that partners with companies big and small. The information stolen includes customers' names, credit card numbers, security codes and expiration dates.

What does charge anywhere have to say for itself? You're not going to like the answer.

Next page: Click here to find out what the company said. 
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