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Stabuniq Financial Infostealer Trojan Analysis

Stabuniq Financial Infostealer Trojan Analysis: “”

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Filed under: Financial Services, Malware Analysis

Can Banks Prevent the Next Cyber Attack? – Wall Street & Technology

Can Banks Prevent the Next Cyber Attack? – Wall Street & Technology: “”

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Filed under: Financial Services,

Bank Hacks: Iran Blame Game Intensifies – Security – Attacks/breaches

Bank Hacks: Iran Blame Game Intensifies – Security – Attacks/breaches: “”

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Filed under: Financial Services, Iran,

Chase joins Bank of America in possible Islamic attack outage

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Chase joins Bank of America in possible Islamic attack outage

Another target of the ‘Cyber fighters of Izz ad-din Al qassam’?
By Rik Myslewski in San Francisco • Get more from this author

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Filed under: Financial Services,

virtual money bitcoin, very anonymous and very amateuristic so a heaven for hackers : No trust without oversight

virtual money bitcoin, very anonymous and very amateuristic so a heaven for hackers : No trust without oversight: “

Filed under: Financial Services,

PayPal mobile app updated with new UI and ability to add credit cards to account via photo

PayPal mobile app updated with new UI and ability to add credit cards to account via photo: “”

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Merchant of Malice: Trojan.Shylock Injects Phone Numbers into Online Banking Websites | Symantec Connect Community

Merchant of Malice: Trojan.Shylock Injects Phone Numbers into Online Banking Websites | Symantec Connect Community: “”

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Filed under: Financial Services,

Smartcard vulnerabilities in modern banking malware | DataProtectionCenter.com: Tech and Security – Data Recovery and Protection, Internet, Technology, Security, Reviews, Softwares

Last week an epic security event took place in Russia – the PHDays’2012 conference. This event started last year as the first conference in Russia for security researchers focusing on deeply technical speakers – all the videos translated into English are already online here.   This year, ESET Canada’s Pierre-Marc Bureau presented a workshop on ‘Win32/Georbot. Understanding a malware and automating its analysis’, about reverse engineering the Georbot trojan. And I and my colleague Eugene Rodionov presented the results of our research into ‘Smartcard vulnerabilities in modern banking malware’. Our presentation starts with a consideration of the evolution”

Filed under: Financial Services,