Malware has harvested payment card details from some Chili's restaurants, Brinker International, the company behind the restaurant chain announced on Friday.
On the malware scene, there is no clearer sign of trends to come than the leaking of a malware family's source code. Based on this assumption, we can now expect an influx of Point-of-Sale malware in the coming months after the release of the source code of the TreasureHunter PoS malware on a Russian-speaking cybercrime forum.
Malware hunters from US security firm Forcepoint have stumbled across a new strain of Point of Sale (PoS) malware, the second such type of PoS malware that hides stolen credit/debit card information inside DNS requests.
Hackers have a new security flaw in their arsenal they can exploit to install POS malware on Oracle Micros point-of-sale systems.
A vulnerability in the SAP POS Xpress Server allows attackers to alter configuration files for SAP Point-of-Sale systems, alter prices, and collect payment card data and send it to one of their servers.
Hospitality chain Millennium Hotels & Resorts North America is warning customers that malware may have affected food and beverage point-of-sale (POS) systems at 14 of its locations. MHR first learned about a possible malware infection, which is believed to have occurred in early March 2016, from the United States Secret Service.
Malware is believed to have infiltrated point-of-sale (POS) terminals and compromised customers' payment card information at 20 HEI Hotels & Resorts locations. This malware affected a total of 12 Starwood hotels, six Marriott resorts, and one location of Hyatt and Intercontinental each.