Fabio Assolini

At one point during his talk on the conference’s second day, Kaspersky Lab researcher Fabio Assolini shows video of criminals affixing card skimming devices in broad daylight, in the presence of other bank customers. Assolini’s talk was on this so-called “Chupacabra malware,” and how the skimmers can “suck” the credit card information of unsuspecting users in parts of Brazil.

At one point during his talk on the conference’s second day, Kaspersky Lab researcher Fabio Assolini shows video of criminals affixing card skimming devices in broad daylight, in the presence of other bank customers. Assolini’s talk was on this so-called “Chupacabra malware,” and how the skimmers can “suck” the credit card information of unsuspecting users in parts of Brazil.

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