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Hackers steal $13.5 million from Indian bank in global attack

Hackers planted malware on an automated teller machine (ATM) server belonging to an Indian bank as part of a criminal scheme which saw the theft of nearly 944 million rupees (US $13.5 million) in a co-ordinated attack across 28 countries last weekend.

Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.


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Hackers siphon hundreds of millions of pesos out of Mexican banks through shadow transactions

A software vulnerability is suspected of being to blame for a hack which saw criminals transfer more than 300 million pesos (over US $15 million) out of Mexican banks.

Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.


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Hackers steal $60 million from Taiwanese bank using bespoke malware

A hacking gang abused the SWIFT banking network to steal $60 million after planting malware on a Taiwanese bank’s servers.

Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.


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Bank cyber heists are here to stay, says SWIFT security chief

Hundreds of millions of dollars have already been stolen, and there’s every chance that we haven’t seen the last of it.

Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.


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Hackers abused SWIFT to steal $10 million from Ukrainian bank

It doesn’t matter if you’re an ordinary user or an employee of a large financial organization. Whatever you do, don’t click on suspicious links or email attachments, and don’t provide sensitive personal or corporate information to someone you don’t know.

David Bisson reports.


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