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Starwood Hotels hit with POS malware

Starwood Hotels reported that malware implanted on the point-of-sale systems at several of its properties may have exposed customer credit card data.
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Magecart POS malware found on Forbes subscription page

The publisher Forbes appears to be the most recent victim of malicious actors pushing Magecart POS skimming malware. Security researcher Troy Mursch, of Bad Packets Reports, set off the alarm on Twitter indicating Forbes magazine subscription website had been infected and was removing credit card data, Tripwire reported. As with other Magecart cases, the malware…
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Catch NYC, Catch Steak hit with payment card skimming malware

The Catch Hospitality Group is notifying customers of its New York City restaurants of a POS malware incident that may have compromised their payment cards. Catch NYC (including Catch Roof) and Catch Steak had payment card skimming malware injected into the POS systems in use at the restaurant bars that searched for track data which…
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Magecart infiltrates U.K. online retailer Kitronik payment system

U.K. electronics retailer Kitronik has told customers the Magecart gang managed to infiltrate the company’s payment system gaining access to some of their information. The Register purportedly saw one of the emails Kitronik’s customer emails saying the malware was on the company website from August until mid-September and names, email addresses, card numbers, expiry dates,…
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New GlitchPOS credit card stealer malware found for sale

An experienced malware developer is hawking a new POS malware strain called GlitchPOS on crimeware forums, and even created and posted a marketing video promoting its ease of use to potential buyers. The malware’s primary purpose is to allow a wannabe cybercriminal to set up an enterprise to steal payment card numbers from the infected…
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