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A Minnesota judge has ordered to unseal a 55-page document alleging that in the months leading up to Target’s massive data breach in late 2013, the retailer repeatedly missed warnings about malware intrusions, kept unencrypted payment card information on its servers and postponed taking action on breach alerts in order to avoid interrupting Cyber Monday.

Tina Orem

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