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Some malware families targeting Point-of-Sale (POS) systems did not take a vacation this Thanksgiving, but instead were hard at work stealing payment card data, Proofpoint security researchers say. Two PoS threats, ZeusPoS and NewPoSthings, showed a three to four-fold increase in data exfiltration traffic when compared to normal operation periods, the security researchers say. While […]

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I seem to gotten myself pigeonholed this year as the "search engine poisoning guy", since I get asked about SEP attacks on a consistent basis. Especially now, as America is in the middle of its Thanksgiving-Christmas holiday season — I was asked about "Black Friday" SEP attacks by several people last week. Well, I had […]

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While the United States enjoyed a long Thanksgiving weekend, hackers continued to battle Web security. Fortunately, the automated WebsenseR ThreatSeekerR Network and staff elsewhere in the world ensured that systems and data stayed safe. Websense researchers working over the holidays identified emerging threats hijacking the holiday spirit. Over 40% of 170 popular Thanksgiving-related search terms had […]

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