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Ecuadorian Bank Sues Wells Fargo After Cyber Thieves Steal $12.2M

A bank in Ecuador filed a lawsuit against Wells Fargo Bank (WFB) for failing to flag suspicious transitions made on January 21, 2015, in which $12.2M was transferred from an HSBC account in San Fransisco to multiple accounts.

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Tags: Wells Fargo

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ADP Customers: Your Employees are at Risk for Identity Theft

If your company is one of the almost 650,000 businesses utilizing ADP for their HR needs, your employees’ W2 data, including their social security numbers, might be vulnerable to identity theft.

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Tags: Hack

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LinkedIn Hacked

Back in 2012, LinkedIn suffered a data breach where the personal data including the encrypted passwords of around 6.5 million users were posted online. At the time, LinkedIn never really said how many people were affected by the theft. As it turns out the data breach was far worse than anyone knew.

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Tags: Hack

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Insecure Software: Blue Screen of Death Possible Just by Receiving an Email

How safe is your anti-virus program? If you use Symantec or Norton-branded programs, you are probably not as secure as they would like you to think.Fzero

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Tags: Hack, Project Zero, Symantec

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New Support Call Scam

Scammers have be conning unsuspecting users with phony tech support calls from Microsoft, Apple or your ISP for a while now. There’s a new wrinkle to this scam involving fake websites for major IT security companies like McAfee, Symantec, Kaspersky and more.

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Tags: Kaspersky, Scam

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Six New Strains of Ransomware

Sometimes it seems like the barrage of new ransomware will never cease. This past week we’ve gotten six new strains, with an older one getting an update and a new ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS).

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Tags: CryptXXX, Petya, Ransomware

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Android Malware Can Steal Your Bank Account

The FBI has put out a warning for anyone using an Android device that it has identified two new malware families. Marcher and SlemBunk monitor a victim’s phone and whenever they launch a mobile banking app, the malicious software injects an overlay over the app’s interface in order to steal the user’s credentials.

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Tags: Android, Google Play, Malware, Phishing, FBI

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