Electronic payment gateway solutions provider CHARGE Anywhere stated last Tuesday that an attack against its network resulted in hackers gaining access to payment card data for transactions processed through many merchants.

The hackers breached the systems and had the ability to capture data as early as November 5, 2009, CHARGE Anywhere said, using malware that had not been previously detected by any anti-virus program.

However, as we know, this is no excuse – the reason why all contemporary, layered security standards mandate the use of file integrity monitoring is because anti-virus programs can’t be relied upon to detect zero day malware.

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