Throughout this winter, parking vendors and their customers have become the popular new targets among thieving hackers looking to steal credit card numbers.
Since the end of November, hackers successfully stole credit card information from SP+ Parking, the St. Louis Parking Company, OneStopParking.com and the Atlanta-based airport parking company Park'NFly.
Today, security blogger Brian Krebs reported that Book2Park.com, another airport-parking reservation service, appears to have been hacked. More specifically, an onine crime bazaar put a new batch of stolen credit card numbers up for sale this week, and those stolen numbers all share on traitin common: all had recently been used to pay for airport parking reservations through Book2Park.
Book2Park's owner told Krebs that the company recently discovered, and removed, some malicious files which had somehow been planted on Book2Park's web server.
The Book2Park hackers are the same ones who stole card numbers from Park'NFly and OneStopParking late last year. If you've used your card to make parking reservations lately, contact your card issuer and take all the usual precautions.