US payment processors targeted in DNS server hijacking attacks, warns Oracle

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Attack in July aimed at redirecting payment processors traffic to servers controlled by the hijackers

Oracle has warned of a sophisticated attack in July that targeted three US payment processing companies.  The attack sought to compromise the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), enabling the attacker...

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