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UPS is the latest company to acknowledge major malware breach

21
Aug
2014

Following the many cases of malware attacks targeting various retail stores to steal personal customer data, including Target, Neiman Marcus, or P.F. Chang’s, UPS is the next in line to acknowledge such a security breach. The Wall Street Journal reports that 51 UPS locations have been hit in a heist where hackers have accessed data for approximately 105,000 customer transactions between January and August. UPS says that the malware attack has been contained as of August 11th and that customers can safely shop in all of its over 4,400 locations. The data breach affected stores in 24 states, although UPS isn’t notifying all customers that might have been affected, as it doesn’t have all that data – instead the company is offering

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