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New Android Trojan can infiltrate major international banking apps

“Gustuff” Trojan capable of attacking more than 100 global banking apps, cryptocurrency and marketplace applications, including PayPal and Revolut An Android Trojan capable of plundering fiat from leading international banks and e-commerce sites has been uncovered by cyber security researchers. The trojan, named Gustuff, bypasses security measures via the ‘Accessibility Service’ intended to assist people… Read More


Achieving a security edge with SD-WAN
Secure SD-WAN reduces an enterprise’s attack surface by segmenting the network so that security policies can be enforced on a per-application basis Today’s increasingly digital and distributed enterprises face a big connectivity challenge. Mobility, big data, social media, cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT) are transforming business models and, in the process, massively extending... Read More

IT employee jailed for deleting ex-employer’s AWS servers

Former Voova employee jailed for two years for revenge AWS rampage A Manchester employee has been jailed for stealing his ex-employer’s credentials, accessing its AWS accounts and terminating 23 servers. Steffan Needham, 36, of Bury, Greater Manchester was jailed for two years for the costly backend breaches following a nine-day trial at Reading Crown Court,… Read More


Hundreds of Singapore government credentials ‘up for sale on dark web’

Russian cybersecurity specialists have discovered that cybercriminals have escalated their attacks in Asia with Singapore increasingly their victim of choice Speaking at Money20/20 Asia yesterday, experts from Russian cybersecurity firm Group-IB revealed that over the course of 2017 and 2018 it discovered hundreds of government ID credentials from Singaporean government agencies and educational institutions for… Read More


Ransomware behind aluminium producer’s cyber shutdown

Details are emerging about a possible Ransomware attack that has forced Norsk Hydro to shut down “most business areas” Norsk Hydro, a leading producer of aluminium, is in the throes of a cyber attack affecting production facilities, sending its shares plummeting. The attack was first detected on Monday evening but escalated overnight affecting the company’s… Read More



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