Can CIS protect against skimming?

CIS protects against the new phenomenon of skimming?

What do you mean with skimming?

The evildoers attack a legitimate e-commerce site and, exploiting a vulnerability on the portal itself, and insert a malicious script (Javascript language)

The user lands on the e-commerce site in question to make a purchase and then enters the data related to his credit card

The card data is intercepted by the malicious Javascript previously implanted by the scammers, which transmits them a copy of the card number, of the holder, of the security code and whatever else

However, the purchase is successful because even the e-commerce site correctly receives the payment data, so the user immediately does not notice anything. At the same time, however, thieves have access to the data of the fraudulent card, which soon will also be charged for the amounts resulting from purchases made by criminals

What do you mean with skimming?
in simplest terms: It''s scrapping information in the memory. Usually CC info In the memory where it process credit card info. Usucally copys info looking for certian patterns like xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx (which is almost always a credit card number) another one is xx/xx or xx xx (which is mm/yy) on front of the credit card, its the month and year the credit card expires
CIS protects against the new phenomenon of skimming?
Comodo protects you the same way it protect you from malware in the memory. Malware in the memory is nothing new. Since its not on comodo's white list your good to go :)

Thanks :smiley: