Any problems with hacking from Nextdaypets site?

Any problems with hacking from Nextdaypets site?

beaglebrat

Posts: 1370

QUOTE 12/1/2010 6:19:17 PM
We live in Michigan and we recently had our credit card number stolen by Julio in California.  This was done via internet somehow.



Maybe we have a Trojan virus, but we have a 3 month old computer and a pretty decent anti-virus software.



My concern is that one of the only things I use that card for is Nextdaypets.  I haven't used that card for barely anything else in months (its not like I take it to restaurants or make other on-line purchases with it).



I would encourage everyone to check their credit card/debit cards for unauthorized charges.  'Tis the season, for people to be stealing.

nextdaypetsforumhelp
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Posts: 97

QUOTE 12/1/2010 6:28:13 PM
Beaglebrat, let me reassure you that our site has not been compromised, and any data you submit to our site on the payment pages is encrypted using the highest level of encryption available.  Additionally, we do not store any payment information on our servers, we simply pass it to our payment provider, Bank of America. 

mistyrun

Posts: 9

QUOTE 12/2/2010 8:57:42 AM
We had someone hack our credit card too and traced it back to our advert sites.  We were using it pretty regularly every Friday evening.  Thought maybe that had something to do with it so now we use it as erratically as possible.  People and what they can do these days are scary.  But NextDayPets has done wonders for helping us get our pups in great homes.  Keep up the good work.
kathystone

Posts: 396

QUOTE 12/2/2010 10:30:27 AM
Every time I go to another page, log on or do any sending on NDP I get an error message re security of the site. It says "to help protect your security, internet explorer has blocked this website from displaying content with SECURITY CERTIFICATE ERRORS. HM!
katiekat33

Posts: 53

QUOTE 12/2/2010 6:22:07 PM
Kathy, I get the exact same message.
nextdaypetsforumhelp
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Posts: 97

QUOTE 12/2/2010 8:29:09 PM

Quote kathystone:

Every time I go to another page, log on or do any sending on NDP I get an error message re security of the site. It says "to help protect your security, internet explorer has blocked this website from displaying content with SECURITY CERTIFICATE ERRORS. HM!
Have no fear Next Day Pets employs the most stringent SSL technology. More specifically premium extended validation ssl certificates which provide an additional layer of security and trust to you our customers. The error Kathy was referring to has nothing to do with nextdaypets.com but everything to do with your browser settings or windows settings. The certificate error referenced in the above quote simply means your internet browser did not load an html element on the page due to a local setting on your computer.  This does not mean the page transmission is not secure. Here are a few links of Internet Explorer people having the same problems all over the internet. FYI: We do not recommend Internet Explorer as it greatly slows down browsing the internet. We recommend Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.



Links:



http://en.kioskea.net/forum/affich-59839-internet-explorer-certificate-errors



http://social.microsoft.com/Forums/en/whssoftware/thread/a83f19e9-e4b1-46ba-905a-92672ccdfa93



http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=internet+explorer+security+certificate+problems



beaglebrat

Posts: 1370

QUOTE 12/3/2010 9:31:47 AM
I use Foxfire.  I can't say that it was Nextdaypets that had the breech--however I am pretty certain that they at least got the number from my computer when I was paying for my ad, since again-- I don't use that account for barely anything other than NDP. 



I haven't made a non-NDP payment online with that card in months.  I really don't know what the problem was.  Though I did have someone do something to my personal Boxer website that shut down the whole server it was on.  Maybe it had something to do with that fiasco-- but that has been about 2 weeks since that happened.



I don't know.  I am getting really frustrating with all this hacking and frauding that are seeming to over-run the internet.



Thank God I notice only after a few charges, because we had almost every penny to our name in that account and they could have wiped us out over-night.  It would have been a bad Christmas and crisis mode for the rest of our bills had that happened.



We shut down the credit card and I went to the bank and withdrew all of our money the next day, just in case.  I went ahead and paid a few things that needed to be handled--because I feel like we can't trust the bank right now.

dihart

Posts: 322

QUOTE 12/3/2010 1:50:43 PM
    well I found this video that a friend forwarded me the link to, to be quite interesting after this discussion on hacking and scammers aquiring your credit card info. check it out



http://www.wreg.com/videobeta/?watchId=8ba6f8fc-90a2-4711-90ea-1884ec348310



these things should be illegal.

nextdaypetsforumhelp
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Posts: 97

QUOTE 12/3/2010 7:45:27 PM

Quote dihart:

    well I found this video that a friend forwarded me the link to, to be quite interesting after this discussion on hacking and scammers aquiring your credit card info. check it out



http://www.wreg.com/videobeta/?watchId=8ba6f8fc-90a2-4711-90ea-1884ec348310



these things should be illegal.

Thank you for the informative video on Electronic Pickpocketers. We never knew such a ridiculous piece of technology was available.



http://www.wreg.com/videobeta/?watchId=8ba6f8fc-90a2-4711-90ea-1884ec348310



Seems the internet is now safer than your own wallet in your own pocket. This technology is really a shame.

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