Mobile payments provider Charge Anywhere LLC revealed that malware had jeopardized its credit card data since November of 2009. While the company believes that only files with segments of network traffic from August 17, 2014 through September 24, 2014 were identified, the system still had the ability to be hacked for the past five years. For a full story on this topic, click here:: Unencrypted Data Lets Thieves ‘Charge Anywhere’
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