Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1526 ‘Money Mule’ gangs turn to Bitcoin ATMs
Fraudsters who hack corporate bank accounts typically launder stolen funds by making deposits from the hacked company into accounts owned by “money mules,” willing or unwitting dupes recruited through work-at-home job scams. The mules usually are then asked to withdraw the funds in cash and wire the money to the scammers. Increasingly, however, the mules are being instructed to remit the stolen money via Bitcoin ATMs.
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#1529 Cisco warns of critical flaw in email security appliances
#1528 The psychological reasons behind risky password practices
#1527 Backdoored DLink router should be trashed, researcher says
#1526 ‘Money Mule’ gangs turn to Bitcoin ATMs
#1525 Data breach statistics 2016: First half results are in
#1524 Meet Apache Spot, a new open source project for cybersecurity
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