Kaspersky Lab contributes cybersecurity best practice to the Cloud Industry Forum
Jan31

Kaspersky Lab contributes cybersecurity best practice to the Cloud Industry Forum

Cloud security innovator becomes the latest organisation to join industry body Global cyber security company Kaspersky Lab, which provides leading software solutions that protect UK businesses, critical infrastructure, governments and consumers has today become the latest member of the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF), the industry body focused on raising standards and improving transparency in the cloud sector. Founded in 1997, Kaspersky...

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Silence Trojan: the new Russian-speaking Hacking Group Hunts for Financial Organisations
Nov01

Silence Trojan: the new Russian-speaking Hacking Group Hunts for Financial Organisations

In September 2017 Kaspersky Lab researchers identified a new series of targeted attacks against at least 10 financial organisations in multiple regions including Russia, Armenia, and Malaysia. The hits are being performed by a new group called Silence. While stealing funds from its victims, Silence implements specific techniques similar to the infamous threat actor, Carbanak. The attacks are still ongoing. Silence joins the ranks of...

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Bitcoin Stealers are Back: Hunt for Users’ Cryptosavings Continues
Nov01

Bitcoin Stealers are Back: Hunt for Users’ Cryptosavings Continues

Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered a new malware which steals cryptocurrencies from a user’s wallet by replacing their address with its own in the device’s clipboard. Criminals are targeting popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Zcash, Dash, Monero and others. Indeed, criminals have already succeeded with bitcoin wallets, earning almost £105,923 overall, according to our data. In addition, experts have found a new...

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Kaspersky Lab Identified the new ATM-hacking Malware-kit Designed for non-professional Criminals
Oct18

Kaspersky Lab Identified the new ATM-hacking Malware-kit Designed for non-professional Criminals

Kaspersky Lab researchers have discovered a malware targeting ATMs, which was being openly sold on the DarkNet market. Cutlet Maker consists of three components and enables ATM jackpotting if the attacker is able to gain physical access to the machine. A toolset potentially allowing criminals to steal millions was on sale for just £3,788 and came equipped with a step-by-step user guide. ATMs continue to be lucrative targets for...

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