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GlitchPOS Malware Appears to Steal Credit-Card Numbers
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A new insidious malware bent on siphoning credit-card numbers from point-of-sale (PoS) systems has recently been spotted on a crimeware forum.
 
Researchers at Cisco Talos said in a Wednesday analysis that they discovered the malware, dubbed “GlitchPOS,” being peddled on the Dark Web for $250. The malware first appeared on Feb. 2, and researchers said they don’t know yet how many cybercriminals bought it or are using it.
 
“Cisco Talos recently discovered a new PoS malware that the attackers are selling on a crimeware forum,” said researchers in the post. “Our researchers also discovered the associated payloads with the malware, its infrastructure and control panel.”
 
GlitchPOS joins other recently developed malware  targeting the retail and hospitality space, including TreasureHunter and PinkKite – a trend that’s rising given that cybercriminals look to profit from PoS systems that often represent a “soft target,” researchers said.
 
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