Hotels and colleges targeted by credit card thieves

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Malware authors aim to pick off less tech-savvy targets in credit card sting

Security researchers are warning of a sharp rise in the infection rates of a Trojan designed to steal credit card details from targeted colleges and hotels. The Troj/Trackr-Gen malware has been ...

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