Our Marketing dept has contracted with a outside marketing company (without the IT department's knowledge) which pulls our web site url through their servers whenever someone clicks on one of their ads. They capture page views, emails, and other information. What is to prevent them from capturing our credit card numbers (we are an e-commerce site) as well? And what would prevent criminal elements from using this as a means of stealing credit card information?
Ok. If they are also wrapping your HTTPS traffic, then you have a security issue. A lot depends on how you are processing CC or other PCI information, but effectively you are subject to a known man-in-the-middle
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