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Credit Card Fraud Detection
Magecart have gotten smarter with their global card-skimming tactic
In the wake of Ticketmaster UK’s website hacking by the infamous Magecart threat group just weeks ago, researchers have discovered how they managed to pull this no-easy-feat off: by hacking their third-party suppliers first. Magecart have already attacked over 800 e-commerce sites to date, and a huge of them can be credited to their employment...
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Cathay Pacific Hacked! Millions of Passenger Data Exposed
Hong Kong-based carrier Cathay Pacific has affirmed that it endured an information breach that has bargained 9.4 million travelers’ information. The firm trusts that travelers’ personal data including names, nationality, dates of birth, telephone numbers, email addresses, international ID numbers, character card numbers, regular customer participation numbers, custom administration comments and travel history may have...
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McAfee Tech Support Scam
The data gathered by con artists incorporates clients’ names, email addresses, card numbers, expiry dates, CVC numbers and that’s just the beginning. Clients have been encouraged to screen their credit reports for any uncommon action. Another McAfee technical support trick has been found focusing on clients’ close to home and Mastercard data. This program based...
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MageCart Script
It appears that MageCart strikes again, but this time the target was a popular electronics retails store online which is Newegg. MageCart previously was behind the breach of British Airlines and Feedify. It was reported that MageCart has been stealing payment information from credit cards for over a month since it was injected according to...
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Rouge Employees Corporate Cybercrime, Anti-Malware Solution, Phishing Solutions
Employee gone rogue is definitely a threat to the integrity of your data, especially those who have a high rank due to their access and privilege, but fingers do not exclusively point to high ranking employees. What could be the possible risks? Data Theft Robbery(inside job) Online forgery Phishing activities A lot of incidents could...
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SMiShing attacks often leverage a trusted brand to route the victim to a phishing site. An alternative variant of SMiShing is where the spam message contains only a call back number. The message maybe as simple as “Please urgently call back xxxx xxxx xxxx to update your account details” and there is no mention of...
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vishing-arm izoologic
Vishing, a term that relates to “Voice – Phishing” is a type of social engineering attack that has a high degree of variety.  Vishing takes the form of a criminal using a telephone to make a social engineering attempt against the victim to conduct fraud. Vishing maybe as simple as criminal A – speaking to...
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Real Time Phishing is Man in the Middle (MitM) attack
Real Time Phishing is a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attack that allows the criminal to commit real time fraud. Stolen credentials from the phishing site are used to access the internet bank session in real time. Real time phishing allows the criminal to readily bypass banking authentication protocols. Real time phishing schemes take place over a web...
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Spear-phishing attack
Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks Business Email Compromise (BEC), formerly known as Man-in-the-Email scams are a blended Spear-phishing attack. BEC attacks follow similar traits to phishing, technical subterfuge with social engineering. BEC threats actually compromise legitimate business email accounts in order to conduct unauthorised transfer of funds to criminal controlled bank accounts. Essentially the employee...
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