Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#95 CenterPOS: An Evolving POS Threat
There has been no shortage of point-of-sale (POS) threats in the past couple of years. This type of malicious software has gained widespread notoriety in recent time due to its use in high-profile breaches, some of which involved well-known brick and mortar retailers and led to the compromise of millions of payment cards. Our investigation into these threats has led to the analysis of a relatively newer POS malware known as CenterPOS.
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#100 Google tells the FCC its secret airborne network is nothing to worry about
#99 Video: PulseSecure VP says multi-factor authentication won't kill the password
#98 NSA, GCHQ used open source software to spy on Israeli, Syrian drones
#97 HSBC fights off DoS attack on its internet banking systems
#96 Android bugs made up 10 percent of Google's $2m bounty payouts - in just five months
#95 CenterPOS: An Evolving POS Threat
#94 Kaspersky DDoS Intelligence Report for Q4 2015
#93 Mozilla Firefox 44 update fixes critical vulnerabilities
#92 LG closes data-theft hole affecting millions of G3 smartphones
#91 Putting the spotlight on firmware malware
#90 Huawei upgrading Danish cable broadband network to 1Gbps by 2017
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