Top Cybersecurity News For 24th April 2016

  1. 70 customers duped in cyber hacking of bank. From Times Of India. An internal inquiry by Bank of Baroda (BoB), has found that at least 70 customers from various parts of the Uttar Pradesh state were duped in March. So far, 373 fraudulent transactions adding up to about Rs 10.67 lakh (USD 18,000) have been detected in what could be the biggest cyber heist in India.

  2. Hacking Risks Found in US Army’s $12 Billion Mobile Network. From NewsMax. A $12 billion mobile Internet network that the U.S. Army is using in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Africa has significant cyber-security vulnerabilities that were found in combat testing.
  3. Number of DDoS Bots That Can Bypass Mitigation Tools Rises to 36 Percent. From Softpedia. During the first three months of the year, DDoS protection firm Imperva observed a series of interesting trends regarding the DDoS landscape. According to the company’s latest quarterly report, both network layer and application layer attacks grew in size and sophistication.
  4. Massive Philippines data breach now searchable online. From Wired. A website called wehaveyourdata.com that claims to contain the full database of hacked Filipino voter data has appeared online. The hacking of the Philippines’s voter registration system and database is believed to be the biggest data breach in government history, with more than 55 million people affected.
  5. Facebook bug hunter stumbles on backdoor left by… another bug hunter. From ITWorld. When Orange Tsai set out to participate in Facebook’s bug bounty program in February, he successfully managed to gain access to one of Facebook’s corporate servers. But once in, he realized other hackers had beaten him to it.The backdoor script stole Facebook employee credentials from a corporate server.
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