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POS Malware

How to Stay Away from Data Breaches due to POS malware at Point of Sale Networks

June 16th, 2016 | By

How to Prevent Data Breaches due to POS Malware at Point of Sale Networks The point of Sale Networks has become a favorite target for cybercriminals. The seemingly less security and the abundant amount of sensitive card data available at POS machines has induced cyber crimin...

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Wendy Credit Card Breach

POS Malware attack causes Credit Card Breach in Wendy’s Restaurants

May 24th, 2016 | By

It was recently that the Pennsylvania-based First Choice Federal Credit Union filed a class-action suit against fast food chain Wendy’s over a data breach, alleging that the data breach that happened at Wendy’s earlier this year will cost card issuers hundreds of...

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New Multigrain Malware Eats Memory, Steals POS Data

April 28th, 2016 | By

A sophisticated malware, identified as “Multigrain,” has been found to steal payment card data from point-of-sale (POS) stations. When a team of researchers at FireEye recently discovered this new type of POS malware, they found out that it had overlapping traits of a previo...

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New Dangerous POS TreasureHunt Malware targets US Retailers

April 12th, 2016 | By

US Retailers are now the target of the “TreasureHunt”, a malware that steals credit card details from point-of-sale (POS) systems. The malware targets POS systems that accepts payments through swiping of cards. It does not target newer payment systems that accept only chip-b...

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Backoff POS Malware

DID YOU KNOW ABOUT BACKOFF POINT-OF-SALE MALWARE?

March 29th, 2016 | By

So, did you know about Backoff Point-of-Sale Malware? If you did, how much did you know about it and what steps have you been taking to combat a possible threat? POS Hack: In vogue… Point-of-Sale (POS) hack ranks high in the world of cybercrime. It’s most persisi...

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POS Malware

High-Profile POS Reduces Transaction Security Because Of Homeland Security’s Warning

November 27th, 2015 | By

Transaction security has been reduced because of Backoff POS malware. This, and other financial viruses allows customer information such as credit/debit card numbers to be stolen from high-profile companies. These companies use a Point-of-Sale system that isn’t safe enough....

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