A non-public advisory sent to companies in the hospitality industry – and reported by Krebs on Security – details how a task force in
It explains how they installed malicious software on the computers, which captured the keys struck by other guests and sent them the information by email.
This meant they were able to obtain information including online bamking logins, email account passwords and other sensitive information.
Among its suggestions for hotels is to limit guest accounts to non-administrator accounts that do not have the ability to install or uninstall programs.
However, according to security writer
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