Pan-European law enforcement agency Europol has announced the take-down of a global gang of cybercrooks thought to be responsible for compromising POS terminals in Europe and North America, netting 30,000 sets of card details.
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The bundles are one-stop shops for point of sale fraud, including a rigged reader, a network of grey merchants who'll transform ill-gotten goods into cash, and various purchase options. The only missing ingredient: a larcenous waiter or store clerk.
A pair of former Subway franchisees from California have been charged with cyberfraud against their former fellows.
The DoJ alleges they sold pre-compromised PoS systems that allowed them to plunder gift card credits from afar...
SophosLabs has been tracking a set of incidents involving Point-of-Sale malware.
The crooks have added a few tricks over the last 15 months.
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A new variant of the prevalent Citadel crimeware kit has been discovered to target Point of Sale (POS) devices. Find out more, in this analysis from SophosLabs expert James Wyke.
Hackers tampered with point-of-sale terminals at 63 bookstores to hijack customers' credit card and PIN information.
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Two men have pleaded guilty to their part in a multi-million dollar scheme which saw the point-of-sale computers of hundreds of Subway restaurant stores hacked into, and the details of customers' payment cards stolen.
Researchers at Cambridge University are warning that a issue common to ATMs and point-of-sale terminals could enable attackers to clone secure EMV Chip and PIN cards.
The US Department of Justice has indicted and arrested four Romanians for credit card fraud perpetrated against Subway restaurants and other retailers concluding a three year investigation. Looks like default/easily cracked passwords enabled another needless theft.