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iBanking Mobile Bot Source Code available for sale in the underground

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9:30 ET, 27 February 2014iBanking is a new mobile banking Trojan available for sale in the underground for $5,000 according the RSA's FraudAction Group. The source code for iBanking banking trojan has been leaked online through an underground forum, this kind of news reports a...

South Korea is developing a cyber weapon to hit North Korean nuclear

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Cyber Defense Magazine Announces Infosec Awards Winners for #RSAC 2014

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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 25, 2014  Awards for Next-generation Information Security Solutions Unveiled by CDM® at RSA® Conference 2014 Cyber Defense Magazine, the industry's leading electronic information security magazine and a media partner of the RSA® Conference 2014, has named...

Largest Bitcoin exchange MtGox shut down, earthquake in the Bitcoin industry

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10:00 ET, 25 February 2014Largest Bitcoin exchange MtGox shut down after it had announced to have suffered technical issues that forced the exchange to suspend withdrawals for a week.World’s largest Bitcoin exchange MtGox has shut down its website, suspending any activities, the news is...

Banking trojan hit a large number of Islamic Mobile Banking Customers

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11:00 ET, 24 February 2014Security researchers at InterCrawler discovered a Banking trojan which infected a large number of devices the Middle East belonging to Islamic Banks.IntelCrawler cyber intelligence firm discovered a large fraud campaign against major Islamic banking institutions. The...

Discovered thousands of FTP servers infected by malware

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9:30 ET, 21 February 2014Hold Security reported it has discovered a list of credentials for close to 7,800 FTP servers being circulated in cybercrime forums in the Deep Web.FTP servers are considered a privileged target for cyber criminals, hackers can...

FireEye discovered a new watering hole attack based on 0-day exploit

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11:00 ET, 20 February 2014Security researchers from FireEye have recently  discovered a new IE 10 Zero-Day exploit being used in a watering hole attack.Security experts at FireEye discovered a new IE 10 Zero-Day exploit (CVE-2014-0322) being used in a watering hole attack...

FireEye discovered a new watering hole attack based on 0-day exploit

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11:00 ET, 20 February 2014Security researchers from FireEye have recently  discovered a new IE 10 Zero-Day exploit being used in a watering hole attack.Security experts at FireEye discovered a new IE 10 Zero-Day exploit (CVE-2014-0322) being used in a watering hole attack...

MOON, the strange worm spreading on Linksys routers

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10:00 ET, 19 February 2014Security researchers at SANS detected a self-replicating malware (dubbed moon worm) is spreading among a number of different Linksys routers.Researchers at the SANS Institute discovered a new self-replicating worm that is infecting different Linksys home and small business routers. The investigation started after an...

MOON, the strange worm spreading on Linksys routers

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10:00 ET, 19 February 2014Security researchers at SANS detected a self-replicating malware (dubbed moon worm) is spreading among a number of different Linksys routers.Researchers at the SANS Institute discovered a new self-replicating worm that is infecting different Linksys home and small business routers. The investigation started after an...

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