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CTO of Seculert, Aviv Raff, said that over the two weeks of remaining undetected, the malware collected 11 GB of data from Target's POS (point-of-sale) terminals.
Reduction in monitoring increases the risk serious concerns will go undetected.
95 percent of malware delivered via FTP went undetected by antivirus solutions for more than 30 days.
It's quite common for a "hole" between the atria (also known as an atrial septal defect or ASD) to go undetected for decades.
Customs now need to get their act together to make sure our stun gun is the very last one making its way undetected into Ireland.
Tsalagi rapper Pensmoke makes an auspicious debut with Move Undetected,his breakthrough cd.
I know a couple of women with IBC that went undetected and their cancer has progressed.
Northumbria Police set up Operation Phoenix four years ago to look at undetected rapes and serious sex assaults.
In addition, after a disaster of any type, epidemics may go undetected because of poor surveillance or because baseline surveillance data for diseases (such as dengue fever or malaria) are unavailable.
If a vent valve fails undetected in the open position, costly fuel is discharged into the atmosphere.
Diplomate certified CranioSacral Therapist and Certified Lymphedema Therapist John Ossipinsky presents "Warning: An Undetected Acid-Alkaline Imbalance Is Slowly Killing You And Severely Hurting Your Children
If, as alleged, this level of fraud by such a large company could go undetected for three years and then be caught only after an outside phone call, then there appears to be a phenomenal lack of municipal oversight.