- The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office in Arizona believes that the grocery store chain Basha's was targeted by hackers, compromising payment information from debit and credit card users.
- More than 400 cases have been reported of fradulent charges being made to Basha's customers' accounts.
- The company indicated that malware used by the hackers has been dealt with and that reimbursements have been given to customers who were affected.
From the article:
"... 'Bashas’ is and has been compliant with all Payment Card Industry (PCI) security requirements,' said the company in a statement. 'However, we recently located and removed a highly-sophisticated piece of malware that has never been seen before in the industry. The malware has been identified and contained, and we are working with forensic specialists and federal law enforcement officials in their investigation to find those responsible. ..."