Oracle’s chief executive Safra Catz will join President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team, an Oracle spokesperson told TechCrunch.
Catz was one of several top tech executives that attended a meeting with Trump, his children and his advisors yesterday at Trump Tower in New York. Catz was the most outspokenly optimistic attendee prior to the meeting, saying, “I plan to tell the President-elect that we are with him and are here to help in any way we can.”
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Intruders might have had a gateway to stealing your payment details.
Data thieves don’t always have to go straight to the source to swipe payment details… sometimes, they can take a roundabout route. Oracle has confirmed to security guru Brian Krebs that hackers breached a support portal for Micros, the point-of-sale credit card payment system it acquired in 2014. It’s not certain just how many systems were breached (Krebs’ sources say over 700), but the intruders had slipped malware on to the portal that would let them grab logins for the companies using Micros. They wouldn’t have had direct access to payment data, but there’s a chance those account details could be used to slip malware into the credit card systems and then grab sensitive info.
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