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EMV technology encrypts the information stored on a card and uses a unique encryption key that is generated for each card-present transaction to prevent malicious actors from conducting other transactions even if the information stored on the chip is compromised. This has made it impossible for fraudsters to create clones of EMV cards, as they […]

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Dubbed QSnatch, the malware was first observed last year, and QNAP in November issued a security advisory to alert users of the risks associated with it and to provide recommendations on how they can remain protected. At the time, the company revealed that QSnatch was designed to harvest confidential information from the compromised devices, including […]

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Called MATA, the platform appears to have been in use since spring 2018 to target computers running Windows, Linux, and macOS. The framework, which consists of components such as a loader, an orchestrator, and plugins, is believed to be linked to the prolific North Korean hacking group Lazarus. Active since 2009 or earlier and also […]

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