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The skimmer steals credit-card data, using steganography to hide in plain sight in seemingly benign images.
VMware has issued a full patch and revised the severity level of the NSA-reported vulnerability to "important."
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The struggling retailer's back-end services have been impacted, according to a report, just in time for the holidays.
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Cybercriminals try to steal the credentials of top companies associated with the COVID-19 vaccine supply chain in an espionage effort.