Recently, security researchers have identified a new Point-of-Sale (PoS) malware called “ModPipe” that always targets the devices used by several organizations in the hospitality industry.
It is a backdoor based malware that can accumulate all kinds of delicate data from PoS devices that are running the Oracle Micros Restaurant Enterprise Series (RES) 3700.
This software is specially used by the restaurants and other businesses to control and operate all kinds of loyalty programs, POS devices, mobile payments, and some functions.
Oracle asserted that RES 3700 is the most extensively used restaurant management software in the industry. However, the software suite manages PoS and also rewards programs for all the “loyal customers,” reports, stocks, ads/promotions, and mobile payments.
This malware is targetting organizations since 2017, and ESET security researchers have…