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3 responses to “Are You Still Using Your Real Credit Card Online? You Shouldn’t.”

  1. Espen Antonsen

    There is no proof that iTunes accounts or the AppStore got hacked. Most likely these people have been a victim of phising, either directly targeted at AppStore or their email account.

  2. Zoli Erdos

    Espen, I have no idea, but iTunes is just a drop in the ocean. The message to distill from this is that our credit card numbers are floating in way too many places and that’s just poor practice.

  3. Scott

    Heres proof! My account just got hacked and I never have given out my iTunes password for anything. I had to cancel my banking card.