Hackers have enrooted harmful programs in computer, which steal personal information from guests.
Secret Service of the USA has found keyloggers in hotels and advised all heads of hotel and restaurant business to check personal computers, which visitors can use.
To steal personal and bank information on visitors, malefactors enrooted malware, which remembers pressing of keys on the keyboard.
Some people, suspected in compromising computers of many large hotels in Fort Worth and Dallas areas were arrested in Texas. Sometimes the suspects used stolen credit cards to register as guests of the hotels; the actors would then access publicly available computers in the hotel business center, log into their Gmail accounts and execute malicious key logging software.
The information security expert Brian Krebs noted that if the hacker is skilled and can enter into system, computer‘s safety is under the threat.
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