It was revealed Friday that hackers had hit the credit card payment processor Global Payments, and stolen potentially millions of Mastercard and Visa customer details in January and February. But on Sunday, Global Payments said in a press release that actually "less than 1,500,000 card numbers may have been exported." Heh, exported—like a fine, fraudulent wine.
Global Payments has now been dropped by Visa, and somewhere a hacker crew is waking up, bleary-eyed, from their month-long celebratory bender. Now would be a good time to check your statement for any strange orders of 125 copies of Call of Duty for Xbox and cases of Club Mate.