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UPS says 51 retail stores breached by malware

7 hours agoNews : The Newsroom

Some customers of The UPS Store may have had their credit and debit card information exposed by a computer virus found on systems at 51 stores in 24 states.

Lastline Secures $10 Million Funding Round

Sponsored Post: Lastline, an advanced malware defense platform provider, has raised $10 million from new investors Dell Ventures and Presidio Ventures, as well as existing investors Redpoint Ventures and With the new round...

UPS is the latest company to acknowledge major malware breach

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...Show More Summary

A New Attack Secretly Binds Malware to Legitimate Software Downloads

20 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

A team of r esearchers from Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany, has created a new kind of cyber attack where malicious code is able to be sent in parallel with a legitimate software download without modifying any code. Read more...

Hackers May Have Stolen Credit Card Data From 51 UPS Stores In The US

Your friendly, neighborhood UPS store might have been hacked. UPS just confirmed that 51 stores across 24 states in the United States had malware capable of recording credit card information and sending it to third parties on its in-store cash registers. Read more...

51 UPS Stores Suffer Data Breach Due to System Malware

UPS Store Inc., a unit of United Parcel Service, warned of a potential data breach at 51 of its franchised center locations in 24 states across the United States. There was no evidence of fraud arising from the incident, the company said. UPS Store said customers who used a credit or debit card at the... Read More

UPS: We’ve Been Hacked

Malware that impacted 51 franchises in 24 states may have compromised customers' credit and debit card information

UPS says malware attack compromised customer info at 51 of its stores

Have you done any business with UPS recently? You'd better check out the company's website: some of its stores may have leaked your personal data. After receiving a security advisory from the US Government, the company discovered that 51 UPS Stores...

UPS says 51 retail stores breached by malware

Information stolen includes card numbers, postal and email addresses from about 100,000 transactions this year

Watch out for this frighteningly smart malware that’s infected over 75,000 jailbroken iPhones

The malware protection that comes with Apple’s walled-off garden is only so good as long as you stay in that confined space, as otherwise hackers will be able to attack you with malicious programs. Specifically, jailbroken iPhones, which...Show More Summary

Scams: Hackers Steal Customer Credit Info From Mizado Cocina

WDSU reports that a security breach at ceviche/margarita powerhouse Mizado Cocina from May 9 to July 18 may have compromised credit/debit information for some 8,000 customers. Apparently, an identity-poaching malware called Backoff— "a new and previously undetected virus intended to...

Reveton Malware Revs Up Its Game

A strain of the infamous Reveton malware has some dangerous new skills, including stealing victims' email and banking passwords.

AppNexus grabs $60M to pursue its White Whale: ‘making advertising better’

CEO/co-founder Brian O'Kelley said the company now has the resources to achieve its goals of eliminating "fraud and malware from online advertising," making mobile ads work, and hiring the best minds.

Pro Hackers Could Be Spying on You Through YouTube

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Bad news, dudes and dudettes. It's getting increasingly straight-forward for deep-pocketed hackers to buy commercial-grade equipment so sophisticated that it can infect your computer with malware when you do something as innocuous as watching cat videos on YouTube. This is why it's time to encrypt your shit. Read more...

Hacking Team is spreading government malware through YouTube and Microsoft Live

6 days agoNews : The Newsroom

You don't have to click on a sketchy link to end up downloading malware. A new report from Citizen Lab's Morgan Marquis-Boire shows how companies can spread targeted malware by intercepting web traffic en route, sending malicious traffic from an otherwise friendly link. Show More Summary

Ransomware Race (Part 4): Adult Content, Browlock's Staying Power

Lately, our eyes have been caught by the rise of Ransomware families. It is very evident that the bad guys are constantly developing this type of malware family as seen in our previous posts about CryptoWall and CTB-Locker and Synolocker. Show More Summary

Hackers' Paradise: The rise of soft options and the demise of hard choices

How it all went wrong for computer security Feature  John Watkinson argues that the ubiquity of hacking and malware illustrates a failure of today’s computer architectures to support sufficient security. The mechanisms needed to implement a hack-proof computer have been available for decades but, self-evidently, they are not being properly applied.…

Chrome’s Safe Browsing Tool Now Also Protects You From Downloading Deceptive Software

Over the years, Google has added all kinds of security features into Chrome through its Safe Browsing service. It can warn you when you are surfing to a site that it deems unsafe, like malware and phishing sites, but also when you are about to download software from known malware sites. Show More Summary

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