A new kind of Point of Sales (POS) malware, known as ModPOS, has stolen 'multiple millions' of debit and credit cards from large retailers in the US since 2013, incurring millions of dollars in damages.
Described as the most complex and sophisticated to date, the malware has only come to light after weeks of painstaking reverse-engineering work by security experts.
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