Microsoft Windows Zero-Day Vulnerability

Insider Threats Lead to Costly Security Breaches

Yesterday news broke of a Microsoft Windows zero-day vulnerability with no workaround. There seems to be no patch available and the vulnerability is found in nearly ubiquitous software. IT security experts commented below. Allan Liska, Security Solutions Architect at Recorded Future: “The 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 both suffer from […]

Fiserv Says It Has Fixed Security Weakness In Bank Websites

Fiserv, which provides financial technology for banks and other financial institutions, said it has fixed a weakness in a web platform. Brian Krebs wrote that the flaw in a Fiserv web platform, which some banks and credit unions use to operate online accounts, exposed some personal and financial details of customers. Commenting on this, Adam Brown, manager of […]

Studying The Bankers: Asacub Trojan, The Leading Mobile Banking Trojan For The Last Year

Kaspersky Lab experts detected the activity of infamous Asacub mobile banker over the past year has held the leading position (38%) among all mobile banking Trojans. More detailed information can be found in the first of a special Kaspersky Lab series on the most active banking Trojans. The reason behind Asacub’s continued sustainability lies in the fact […]

Bank Of Spain Under DDoS Attack

In response to the Reuters report that the Bank of Spain is under a DDoS attack, IT security experts commented below. Andrew Lloyd, President at Corero Network Security: “Worryingly, as of right now (Tuesday afternoon local time), their website (www.bde.es) remains offline despite the attack having started on Sunday.  Whether this is as a result of […]