Healthcare E-Commerce Site Breach Undetected for Years

A North Carolina-based healthcare organization has reportedly discovered that malicious code had been contained on its e-commerce site for three years, sending consumers' payment information to unauthorized individuals.

In a Oct. 11 notification letter sent to affected individuals, Mission Health reportedly says it determined on Sept. 13 that malicious code was contained on its online store websites from March 27, 2016 through June 26, 2019 and was sending payment information to unauthorized persons, says local news site Citizen Times.

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