Malware

Colonial Properties Trust reports malware breach

Sometimes, despite your best efforts to deal with a malware problem, the system can be re-infected, as Birmingham-based Colonial Properties Trust learned back in April and May. CPT reports that they promptly contacted a forensics firm after detecting malware on their system, and within three days of detection, the malware had been eradicated. One week...

Datapak notifies customers that malware may have been capturing their credit card information since March (Update4)

Datapak Services Corporation, an order fulfillment and payment processor based in Swanee, Georgia, recently learned that malware placed on their system on March 5 may have compromised the credit card information of customers of “several”  e-commerce web sites. In a letter dated October 3, they note that customers’ names, addresses, and card numbers with...

Unique Vintage notifies customers of long-running hack

We are writing to you because of an incident at Unique Vintage. On September 14, 2013 we discovered a data security incident that involved some of your personal information. Unique Vintage is Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (“PCI”) compliant and implements the latest measures reasonably possible to protect its customers’ sensitive information. However, the very sophisticated data...

OutdoorNetwork notifying customers that malware may have snagged their credit card info (update2)

Outdoor Network LLC in Hollywood, Florida is notifying customers who engaged in credit card transactions between December 2012 and July 2013 that their personal information may have been exfiltrated to unauthorized third parties. In a letter dated September 11, Martin Polo, the firm’s CEO, writes that they recently learned of a breach affecting their boats.net and...