OnePlus has confirmed that up to 40,000 customers make been affected by a citation card hack, in the latest embarrassing misstep for the Chinese handset maker. The intelligence comes several days after OnePlus shut down credit card processing following complaints from customers about fraudulent charges landing on their cards after they bought products through OnePluss online store.OnePlus offered an explanation of what had happened on its website.One of our systems was attacked, and a malicious script was injected into the payment page encrypt to sniff out credit card info piece it was being entered, the troupe said. The malicious script operated intermittently, capturing and sending data directly from the users browser. It has since been eliminated. We have quarantined the infected server and reinforced all relevant system structures.The affected users entered their card information on OnePluss store between mid-November and January. Customers who made purchases with a saved card should not live affected, OnePlus said. The same goes for ones who paid with PayPal or citation card via PayPal. Affected users will live offered a twelvemonth of credit monitoring.