Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#308 ATMZombie: banking trojan in Israeli waters
On November 2015, Kaspersky Lab researchers identified ATMZombie, a banking Trojan that is considered to be the first malware to ever steal money from Israeli banks. It uses insidious injection and other sophisticated and stealthy methods. The first method, dubbed “proxy-changing”, is commonly used for HTTP packets inspections. It involves modifying browser proxy configurations and capturing traffic between a client and a server, acting as Man-In-The-Middle.
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#311 Snapchat employee data leaks out following phishing attack
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#308 ATMZombie: banking trojan in Israeli waters
#307 IoT call home: peer-seeking webcam reveals the security dangers of internet of things
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