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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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Researchers catch whiff of previously unknown POS sniffers and scrapers

Researchers in the last 48 hours have released a trio of reports, each of which details a newly discovered point-of-sale (POS) malware program that skims or scrapes payment card information from e-commerce websites or in-store checkout terminals. At least two of these three new threats, GMO and DMSniff, have already been observed actively attacking enterprises,…
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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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POS malware swipes payment info from Checkers and Rally’s restaurants

Just over 100 Checkers and Rally’s fast food joints and their customers were victimized by a long-running point-of-sale malware campaign that stole payment card information from purchases taking place as far back as December 2015, Checkers Drive-In Restaurants announced in an online breach notification yesterday. The Tampa, Florida-based drive-thru chain said that approximately 15 percent…
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