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More card-stealing malware found
Hot on the heels of the Target point of sale credit card breach, researchers at RSA have uncovered a botnet of credit card data-stealing malware running on point of sale systems.
The actual bot code is called ChewBacca and was described in detail recently by Kaspersky Lab. As Kaspersky explains, ChewBacca communicates with it's C&C (Command and Control) server over the Tor network, obscuring the IP addresses of parties. According to RSA, this particular botnet has been collecting track 1 and 2 data of payment cards since October 25.
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