Another Parking Lot Payment Data Breach At OneStopParking



December 2014 really hasn’t been great for offsite airport parking facilities. Earlier this week, we learned about a parking lot hear the airport in Orlando that abruptly closed, stopping shuttles from running and trapping customers’ vehicles inside. A few weeks ago, we learned that Park-N-Fly payment information may have been breached. Now there are reports that another offsite lot operator, OneStopParking, may have been breached by the same gang of card-stealing baddies who were behind last year’s Target breach.

OneStopParking operates discount parking lots at hotels near airports and at seaports. Security reporter Brian Krebs’ usual gang of bank sources let him know that cards used on the company’s site had also been used in fraudulent transactions. A company representative confirmed that the parking lot operator has received complaints from customers, and they are investigating the possibility of a recent or ongoing breach.

Banks have found their customers’ card numbers online at store that sells credit cards for $6 to $12 each, including CVV codes and the card holder’s address and phone number. This store does not accept credit cards as payment, as you might imagine.

Meanwhile, Park-N-Fly reports that they are no longer taking online reservation payments, but are accepting payments over the phone.

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