The company said that the malware searched for track data - the cardholder's name, card number, expiration date, and the verification code—read from the magnetic stripe of a card as it was being routed through the affected server. InterContinental did not identify the properties or specify the number of cards affected or if any data had been stolen. The company was not immediately reachable for comment. InterContinental said payment cards used at the front desk of the 12 hotels were not affected and that it was still conducting an investigating on its other hotels in the Americas region. Get the full story at Fortune