Monthly Archives: October 2014

Hackers infiltrated a White House unclassified computer network

According to an unnamed official at the White House, hackers infiltrated an unclassified network.The Obama Administration has…

Backoff infections rise up to 57 percent increase in Q3

Security firm Damballa issued the ‘State of Infections Report Q3 2014’ that highlights a 57% increase in…

Drigo spyware exploits Google Drive in targeted attacks

Security experts at TrendMicro have discovered a cyber espionage campaign which used a malware dubbed Drigo to…

Operation Distributed Dragons, thousands of machine compromised worldwide

Operation Distributed Dragons – Tiger Security firm has discovered a series of DDoS attacks from China and…

Malvertising campaigns hit US military industry to steal secrets and intellectual property

A new wave of malvertising attacks finalized to cyber espionage is targeting military contractors to military secrets…

ICS-CERT states that manufacturing organization compromised for several months

Last ICS-CERT MONITOR report reveals that hackers had access to the systems of an unnamed manufacturing organization…

WAAR report – Web Attacks continue to increase, especially those launched from Amazon servers

Cloud computing is considered an amazing opportunity for cybercrime, from the perspective of an attacher these powerful architectures have the…

Leaked programming manual inspired development malware for ATMs

A document on NCR ATM API Documentation disclosed on Baidu may have helped criminals to develop malware…

Criminal gangs use Tyupkin malware to steal millions from ATMs

Criminal gangs have stolen millions of dollars from ATMs worldwide using the Tyupkin malware which forces machines…

ATM hacking easily with RM100 chip and a free malware

Cybercrime expert explains anyone with technical knowledge, a malware and the help of an insider could easily…

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