Target breach may be tip of iceberg
January 17, 2014,
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Washington Post is reporting today that the Target credit and debit card data breach that occurred during the holiday sales rush last year may be part of a much wider case of compromised retailer systems.
A summary of a report by security firm iSight Partners didn't name retailers that may have been infected by malware called KAPTOXA, which targets point-of-sale systems, according to the story.
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