Credit card and debit card details can be stolen in more ways than one, including from your email, according to a report.
It’s estimated that up to 20 per cent of card details are at risk of being hacked, according a study published Monday by the cybersecurity firm, Kaspersky Lab.
“It’s a problem,” said Kristoffer Nørgaard, the chief technology officer at Kasperski.
“It’s really scary.”
“It will be very difficult for us to find the exact details of a card that’s been compromised.”
Kaspersky found that hackers can easily access your credit card number and other personal information.
And they can access it from the internet.
Using a browser, the hackers can search for your card details by looking at your browsing history, browsing history on mobile devices and the websites you visit.
They can also get a list of your most recently used credit cards, which you can use to send and receive money online.
That means if you’re shopping online, you may not know you’re on a card fraud list and it could mean fraudulently using your card.
Kazakhstan’s president has promised to protect the privacy of the countrys citizens.
But privacy advocates are warning that if the situation worsens, Kiesans government will have little choice but to take further measures to protect its citizens.
The government has so far issued few details about what it plans to do in response to the report.
Kasperski also found that some cards are not even secure, but still allowed in the country.
For example, an average of two per cent, or about 2.5 million cards, are allowed in Russia.
The countrys postal service, however, has not been updated to provide an update for all cards since 2008.
This article was updated at 11:05 a.m. ET.