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ERPScan researchers published the details of a new vulnerability recently fixed by Oracle. The vulnerability affects its MICROS POS terminals and allows an attacker to read sensitive data from devices. Oracle’s MICROS has more than 330,000 cash registers worldwide. They are 200,000+ food and beverage outlets and more than 30,000 hotels across 180 countries. Despite the [...]
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Trend Micro has warned of a new POS malware dubbed MagikPOS, that is being used to attack POS systems belonging to businesses in the US and Canada. The MagikPOS malware was first spotted infecting POS systems the last week of January and has been used to steal data on at least 23,400 credit cards, Trend [...]
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It has been almost 20 years since the internet made a paradigm leap in transaction transport, and made simple payment gateways integration available to an exploding community of web developers. Payment Gateways became the plug & pay solution for the tsunami of new web-based, card-not-present merchants – writes Cliff Gray, The Strawhecker Group. Not these days. [...]
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