Hackers targeting CDN debit machines
By Canadian SecurityNews Data Security debit cards jackpos
More than 700 debit cards in Canada have been compromised after hackers used malware to target debit machines in stores, a new report from a U.S. cyber intelligence firm says.
The latest strain is called JackPOS and was detected several days ago, the firm IntelCrawler says, but victims’ cards may have been compromised more than 18 days ago.
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