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U.S. #retailers are contemplating lawsuits against #banks and credit card companies over the slow #rollout of chip-based card technology and the possible financial #liability merchants began facing that started Oct. 1. Retailers that did not install newer chip-enabled point of sale terminals in stores, restaurants and hotels as of Oct. 1 have to pay an […]

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Researchers from anti-virus firm #dr.web have discovered #new malware designed to infect point-of-sale (#pos) terminals and capable of intercepting GET and POST requests sent from Web browsers on infected machines. Dubbed Trojan.MWZLesson, the Trojan can modify the registry branch in charge with autorun on the infected PoS terminals, while also being able to check the […]

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The Home Depot security breach that was unveiled earlier this month has been assessed and it’s even more terrible than originally thought. 56 million unique credit cards were put to risk by hackers. The company claims that criminals used unique and custom-built malware to evade detection, which is why it took so long to detect […]

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