Hackers have stolen €50 million from an aerospace parts manufacturerLewis Morgan, IT GovernanceAerospace parts manufacturer FACC posted a notice on its website last week stating, “the financial accounting department of FACC Operations GmbH was the target of cyber fraud.” It continued: “The damage is an outflow of approx. EUR 50 mio of liquid funds. ...Senin, 15 Feb 2016
Forensic Analysis of a DDoS AttackNetfort BlogOver the past 10 days in Ireland, numerous online services and public networks have been targeted by DDoS attacks. A recent article from the BBC also suggests that website-crippling cyber-attacks are to rise in 2016. ...Senin, 15 Feb 2016
Financial institutions on high alert for major cyber attackWarwick Ashford, Computer WeeklyA major financial institution is likely to be hit by significant cyber criminal activity in 2016, according to the latest ThreatMetrix Cybercrime Report. ...Senin, 15 Feb 2016
500 Gbps DDoS Attack Recorded in 2015, Biggest One YetCatalin Cimpanu, SoftpediaArbor Networks’ 11th Annual Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report reveals that, for the first time in history, a company reported a DDoS attack that surpassed the 500 Gbps mark, something that was almost unbelievable only a few years back. ...Senin, 15 Feb 2016
SLOTH Downgrades TLS 1.2 Encrypted ChannelsWilliam Gamazo Sanchez, TrendLabs BlogEarly last month a new vulnerability was found in how TLS 1.2 was implemented. Researchers from the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation (INRIA) called this new attack SLOTH (Security Losses from Obsolete and Truncated Transcript Hashes). ....Senin, 15 Feb 2016
Kovter Malware Victims Were Secret Zombies in the ProxyGate Proxy NetworkCatalin Cimpanu, SoftpediaDuring the past few months, computers infected with the Kovter click-fraud malware were also secretly added to the proxy network operated by ProxyGate, the Forcepoint team reports ....Jumat, 05 Feb 2016
Indian, US, UK finance department employees targeted with remote access TrojansSymantec Security Response, Symantec Connect BlogAttackers have been spreading two families of remote access Trojans (RATs) to small businesses in India, the UK, and US since the start of 2015. The attackers have been targeting employees responsible for accounts and fund transfers in order to steal money from affected organizations. ...Jumat, 05 Feb 2016
Dridex Launches Dyre-Like Attacks in UK, Intensifies Focus on Business AccountsLimor Kessem, Security Intelligence (IBM)IBM X-Force researchers have been following new developments in the Dridex Trojan’s attack methodologies. In their latest alert, researchers divulged a new modus operandi launched by Evil Corp, the cybercrime group that owns and operates the Dridex banking Trojan. ....Jumat, 05 Feb 2016
Common Android and Linux Zero-Day Gives Attackers Root AccessCatalin Cimpanu, SoftpediaSecurity researchers from Perception Point have uncovered a new zero-day in the Linux kernel that affects both the Linux operating system and the Android mobile OS. Successful exploitation of this flaw (CVE-2016-0728) gives attackers root access to the impacted devices. ...Jumat, 05 Feb 2016
Ukraine blames Russia for cyber-attack on airportRene Millman, SC MagazineThe Ukrainian government said that Russia is behind cyber-attacks that have left its largest airport infected with the Black Energy malware. ....Jumat, 05 Feb 2016
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