The Dubai police has arrested three people allegedly belonging to a crime gang that managed to steal nearly $2 million from Dubai exchange companies with the help of hackers.
Bank of America has confirmed that some of the data included in the massive leak by Anonymous-affiliated group "Par:AnoIA" does belong to them, but that it didn't come from their owns systems, but those of a third-party contractor.
When it comes to deploying phishing sites designed to trick mobile users, the great majority of cyber criminals opts for targeting those who engage in e-banking and e-commerce via their mobile devices.
U.S. federal authorities have announced the filing of an indictment against two alleged leaders of an international scheme to steal customer bank account information using “skimming” technology that secretly recorded the data of customers who used ATMs at banks in New York, New Jersey, Illinois, and Wisconsin.
Banking malware that performs Man-in-The-Browser tricks such as injecting legitimate banking sites with additional forms, hijacking the authenticated session to add a new payee and transfer money in the background and so on has had much success in the past.
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