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A website to protect yourself from cyber criminals

How could you make your family or your business safer online? UK Government has the answer and launches an informative campaign named Cyber Streetwise with a new, easy to-usewebsite that will help in the fight against online criminals. This campaign born from Government’s National Cyber Security Consumer Tracker highlights, for example, that : 1) only 44% always install internet security software 2) less than a third use complex passwords to protect online accounts 3) 57% do not always check websites are secure before making a purchase. Cyber Streetwise allows to do it, making possible simple but efficient changes to be safe online, focusing on 5 cautions: 1) using strong …continue reading

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The one thing Canadians could do to fight cyber criminals

When the bombs went off at the Boston Marathon last year I was in Vancouver, in a room filled with technology executives from some of Canada’s largest companies. As always, computer security had been among the items on the agenda, but the tragedy in the U.S. pushed it immediately to the top of the list. At the […]

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NSA Hacking Tools Will Find Their Way to Criminals Eventually

he U.S. National Security Agency has reportedly developed technology to commandeer computers even when they are off the Internet, and security experts warn it’s only a matter of time before similar tools become part of cybercriminals’ toolbox. Since 2008, the NSA has used radio technology to send and receive data to compromise nearly 100,000 systems […]

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Cyber Criminals Sell Nonexistent Cars on Known Sites; One Makes FBI’s Most Wanted List

  If you thought buying cars (and boats) on well known sites such as eBay Motors,, and bikes on was a completely safe affair, and no criminals were posting fake ads to steal your money, you would be wrong. It seems that a lot of this type of cybercrime originates in Eastern Europe, but
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  Cyber Criminals are adopting Database as a Service (DBaaS) platforms in the cloud for targeted attacks instead of more traditional ways, according to a report from network security firm Imperva. Hackers had infected 330 machines with malware using a banking Trojan during five days in June, the latest Hacker Intelligence Initiative report revealed. The research found that 54% […]

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Are Are your problems with government or exaggerated by criminals wanting to get away with crime?

Are your problems with government or exaggerated by criminals wanting to get away with crime?

Anonymous Cyber Criminals

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SOCA website brought down by cyber criminals

Crime agency's website taken offline by DDoS attack
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Flashback Malware Worth Up To $10,000 A Day To Criminals

Ever wonder why people write malware? The answer is simple – money. And lots of it.

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Hotel Poachers: Criminals Branch Out From Online Banking

According to a new report from The Inquirer, criminals are capitalizing on hotel point of sale (PoS) applications to “siphon off travellers’ credit card details.” This form of theft is achieved by “using a remote access Trojan program to infect hotel front desk computers. The malware includes spyware components that steal credit card and other customer information by capturing screenshots from the PoS application. The malware is capable of stealing credit card numbers and expiration dates, but not CVV2 numbers in the sample Trusteer inspected.”

Trusteer, the world’s leading provider of secure web access services, detected these schemes and says hotel poaching is a virile trade in underground and tech forums. Attack codes can be purchased in Visa underground forums for $280 and the spyware cannot be detected by anti-virus software. The package even includes a manual loaded with tips on how the poacher can trick the desk clerk into loading the spyware for them.

Amit Klein, Trusteer’s CTO, warns that:

“Criminals are increasingly expanding the focus of their attacks from online banking targets to enterprises.”

“One of the reasons for this shift is that enterprise devices can yield high value digital assets when compromised. In addition, the prevalence of bring your own device (BYOD) usage by employees makes it easier to infect unmanaged smartphones, tablets and laptops that are used to access sensitive enterprise systems and applications.”

Will these attacks inspire hotel chains to beef up their security and educate their employees about cyberooks?

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