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  • Six men charged in StubHub cyber-theft case

    24.07.2014

    Six individuals have been charged in the US in connection with an international cybercrime ring that was able to take over StubHub user accounts, steal personal identifying information, use victims’ credit cards to make fraudulent electronic ticket purchases, and transfer the proceeds through a global network of accomplices in the United States, United Kingdom, Russia, and Canada.

  • Operation Emmental exploits holes in banking security

    23.07.2014

    Trend Micro researchers have discovered and analyzed a clever attack aimed at customers of Austrian, Swiss, Swedish, and Japanese banks.

  • The psychology of phishing

    23.07.2014

    Phishing emails are without a doubt one of the biggest security issues consumers and businesses face today.

  • How Nigerian cyber criminals have evolved

    22.07.2014

    Cyber criminals in Nigeria have evolved common malware campaigns to infiltrate businesses that have not previously been their primary targets, according to Palo Alto Networks.

  • Government-grade malware used for ransomware attacks

    18.07.2014

    It was only a matter of time until cyber criminals got their hands on a piece of government-made malware and repurposed it for their own criminal needs.




Spotlight

Android Fake ID bug allows malware to impersonate trusted apps

Posted on 29 July 2014.  |  Bluebox Security researchers unearthed a critical Android vulnerability which can be used by malicious applications to impersonate specially recognized trusted apps - and get all the privileges they have - without the user being none the wiser.


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