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10th April 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Hackers steal an entire bank

When it comes to robbing a bank, the days of stocking masks and sawn-off shotguns are long gone. Nowadays, it is possible to hijack a bank’s entire o...

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10th April 2017/ CYBER NEWS

North Korean cyber army continues its march

It looks increasingly likely that the massive attack on the Bangladesh Central Bank via the Swift payment transfer system just over a year ago was th...

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10th April 2017/ CYBER NEWS

US brokerage leaves customer data unsecured

Even the best security system in the world is fallible if someone leaves the front door wide open. Thanks to a bungle by one of its external supplier...

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10th April 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Android vulnerable to malicious Wi-Fi attacks

A researcher has found that Android phones in particular are vulnerable to drive-by wifi infections. Due to glitches in a widely used wifi chip, hack...

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3rd April 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Polish banks suffer cyberattack… from their regulator

In any good detective story, the villain generally turns out to be the least likely suspect. So, true to the trope, when Poland’s banks investigated ...

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3rd April 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Malvertising attack on German Parliament thwarted

The German parliament is the latest political institution to suffer a cyber attack. Using malvertising, which involves injecting malicious or malware...

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3rd April 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Android forum hacked

Android is playing down the severity of the recent attack on its popular Android Forums servers. While acknowledging the hack, the mobile operating s...

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3rd April 2017/ CYBER NEWS

Start securing databases to stop data breaches

Poorly secured databases are emerging as one of the biggest contributors to major data breaches. Culprits-in-chief are open-source NoSQL databases – ...

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