BidenCash, a dark web carding marketplace, has released the full details of more than 1.2 million stolen credit card details for free.
The file posted on the site contains information for 1,221,551 credit cards expiring between 2023 and 2026, in addition to other details needed to make online transactions including victim’s names, bank names, social security numbers, email addresses, phone numbers and addresses. The information was also shared on other hacking and carding forums. While the stolen credit cards originate from around the world, the majority are from the US.
Carding marketplaces are dark web sites that deal in the trade of stolen credit card numbers, allowing those who download the details to commit financial fraud. BidenCash has been operating since June 2022, when it leaked the details of several thousand cards as a way to promote the site.
The new, larger release of credit card information may also be a way to promote the site’s domain, as BidenCash was forced to launch new URLs in September after it suffered a series of denial of service (DDoS) attacks.
The credit card information may have been stolen using a number of threat vectors, including malware or hacking ecommerce sites. Additionally, some details in the release may be recycled from older releases, including the All World Cards release which saw the details of over one million stolen credit cards posted on hacking forums in August 2021.