back to article Did you stay at any of these 60 Kimpton hotels? Whelp, hackers have your card details

Hotel chain Kimpton said that 61 of its hotels and restaurants have been compromised by a malware infection targeting customer payment cards. The hospitality giant said that the infection was on the servers that had been storing and processing credit card information for the hotels and restaurants. "Findings from the …

  1. vir

    POS Hotel Chain Hit With Malware

    What? No statement about how "we take our customers' personal information seriously and will therefore be offering one year of free credit monitoring services to all affected"?

  2. Gene Cash Silver badge
    FAIL

    Lawsuits?

    C'mon where are the huge class-action lawsuits that'll make these companies take security seriously?

    Granted, the lawyers get all the money, but more importantly the hotel takes it in the pocketbook hard enough to go "oh don't worry about security" in the future.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Facepalm

    Compromised by malware infection

    "Hotel chain Kimpton said that 61 of its hotels and restaurants have been compromised by a malware infection targeting customer payment cards."

    What was the name of the Operating System Platform that was compromised and how was this compromise implemented, we would be really interested in the technical details?

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