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Magecart attack steals personal data from Magento 1 stores

15 Sep 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

An automated Magecart campaign against 2,000 Magento stores has compromised the private information of thousands of customers.

Magecart, Magento, private information, security incidents, hack, hackers, zero-day vulnerability, malware

Fraudsters turn to Telegram app to steal payment card data

03 Sep 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Malwarebytes has revealed that some fraudsters are using the encrypted instant messaging app Telegram to steal payment card data from ecommerce sites.

Malwarebytes, fraudsters, Telegram, payment card data, ecommerce, Base64, bots, cybercriminals, malware, AffableKraut, skimming attacks, encryption

Latest Mimecast research finds threat actors more motivated by money than intelligence or IP

06 Aug 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Mimecast has launched a report that provides technical analysis of US targeted attacks that attempted to infiltrate the security environment of Mimecast customers. 

Mimecast, report, spam, phishing, malware, ransomware, impersonation attacks, opportunistic attacks, targeted attacks, COVID-19

Fintechs from UK, Europe, Australia, Canada targeted through malware by Evilnum, report

13 Jul 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Evilnum, an advanced and persistent threat group, has been targeting UK-based fintechs and others throughout Europe since 2018, according to ESET, an online security company.

fintechs, UK, Europe, Australia, Canada, malware, Evilnum, ESET, online security company, cyberattacks, phishing emails, spear-phishing, covid-19

USD 3.1 mln in Bitcoin stolen from Cashaa

13 Jul 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

UK-based digital asset exchange Cashaa has suffered a security breach which led to hackers allegedly stealing over 336 Bitcoin, an amount valued at over USD 3.1 million.

bitcoin, cryptocurrency, exchange, Cashaa, hack, UK, digital, fintech, cybercrime, Delhi Crime Bureau, malware, digital currency

PCI SSC updates standard for payment devices to protect cardholder data

18 Jun 2020 | Cards

The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has streamlined the standard for payment devices to empower stronger protections for cardholder data.

PCI Security Standards Council, PCI PTS, malware, cards, card data, cardholder, EMV card, Elliptic Curve Cryptography, ECC, magnetic stripe cards, mobile payments, Software-Based PIN Entry on COTS Standard, SPoC

TONIK, V-Key to boost digital banking service in the Philippines

06 May 2020 | Online & Mobile Banking

Philippines-based digital bank TONIK has partnered with Singapore-based V-Key to provide a mobile retail banking platform for its new customers in Philippines.

TONIK, V-Key, digital bank, neobank, mobile banking, retail banking, malware, MITM attacks, tampering, fraud

Open source blogging platform Ghost affected by crypto mining malware

04 May 2020 | Cryptocurrencies

Ghost, an open source blogging platform, has had its servers compromised by crypto miners as part of an extensive ransomware campaign.

Ghost, open source platform, blog, crypto mining malware, ransomware, Salt software, cybercriminals, cryptojacking, cryptocurrency, Monero

EventBot, a new Android malware threat for banking apps and e-wallets

30 Apr 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Cybereason, a US-based cybersecurity company, has discovered a new form of Android malware that targets banking apps and cryptocurrency wallets.

EventBot, Android malware, banking apps, ewallets, cryptocurrency wallets, Cybereason, cybersecurity, Android app, PayPal, Coinbase, CapitalOne, HSBC

Banking malware spreading via a coronavirus-themed phishing campaign

01 Apr 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

The Zeus Sphinx banking Trojan has resurfaced as part of a COVID-19 relief payment phishing campaign, the most common theme behind most attacks by far during the current pandemic.

Zeus Sphinx, banking Trojan, COVID-19, malware, phishing campaign, pandemic, Australia, Brazil, North America, cybersecurity, fraud prevention

GIACT: Business Email Compromise, still a growing threat

24 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Business Email Compromise (BEC) has become an increasingly sophisticated and elusive fraud tactic, according to a new report from GIACT.

Business Email Compromise, BEC, social engineering, malware, fraud detection, account takeover, survey

Volusion's online stores scam results in card data surfaced on the dark web

16 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Card data stolen in 2019 from Volusion-hosted online stores has surfaced on the dark web, threat intel company specialised in fraud detection Gemini Advisory reported.

cards, data, Volusion, web skimmer, dark web, online stores, fraud detection, malware, CNP, payment card, card data

Scammers see opportunity with coronavirus, stealing USD 1.1 mln from victims

16 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Fast-moving fraudsters have exploited the coronavirus to scam more than USD 1 million from victims who were fearful about the growing pandemic.

coronavirus, scammers, victims, malware, payments, Interpol, bank accounts, fraudulent cash, fraud, cybercriminals

Financial malware still high in China, report says

05 Mar 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

China has remained one of the countries most targeted by hackers using financial malware, despite an improvement in its cyberspace security level according to a new report.

China, malware, cyber attacks, financial sector, cryptominers, study

Hackers taking advantage of coronavirus scare to spread malware in Japan

04 Feb 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Experts from IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence have uncovered hackers taking advantage of the fear over the coronavirus outbreak to spread malware through emails.

IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence, malware, ransomware, cybersec, sensitive information, coronavirus, Japan

Fighting fraudulent account opening

27 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

The Paypers discussed with Jeff Wixted, VP of Marketing at Accertify, regarding the best practices in fighting fraudulent account opening

Jeff Wixted, Accertify, fraud, financial lending, credit card, banking, CNP, synthetic identity, PII, digital access, merchants, bot attacks, transactions, behavioural analytics, AO fraud, malware, spoofing detection

buguroo adds account fraud prevention capabilities to its bugFraud

23 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

buguroo has announced new capabilities that aim to make it easier for banks to identify fraudsters who attempt to open new bank accounts.

buguroo, bugFraud, account fraud, fraud prevention, behavioural biometrics, geolocation, data, malware, bots, banks

Interview with Jordan Blake on the potential of behavioural biometrics

17 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Fraud Prevention and Online Authentication Report 2019/2020

The Paypers interviewed Jordan Blake, BehavioSec VP of Products, on the potential of behavioural biometrics and how to best use this deep authentication technology

Jordan Blake, BehavioSec, behavioural biometrics, bots, malware, accounts, fraud, attacks, cybercriminals, authentication, PSD2, SCA, passwords, online payments, PII, fraud detection

DataVisor reveals anti-fraud solution dEdge

16 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

 

DataVisor has revealed the availability of dEdge, an anti-fraud solution that detects malicious devices in real-time.

DataVisor, launch, security, dEdge, malicious devices, digital attacks, manipulation detection, IDs, fraud scores, malware, encryption, identification

Buguroo warns about malicious apps in Google Play

15 Jan 2020 | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud

Buguroo has warned consumers about three malicious applications that are currently available through Google Play.

Buguroo, malicious apps, Google Play, malware, fraud, personal data, passwords, identity, hackers, victims