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CIC News for 19-03-2014 contains 98 articles: cybercrime(58),cyber security(10),data breach(8),other(22)

CIC News update contains 95 English and 3 Dutch articles for today.
In today's English news articles: 57 related to cybercrime, 10 related to cyber security, 8 related to data breach and identity theft and 20 for the category other news.
In today's Dutch news articles: 1 related to cybercrime, 0 related to cyber security and 2 for the category other news.

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English cybercrime related news

Microsoft steps up fight against cybercrime (EN) | www.todayonline.com
| 19-03-2014 | REDMOND â€" In his quest to take down cyber criminals, seasoned Microsoft digital forensics sleuth Donal Keating has gone from tackling brutally violent Mexican drug lords to identifying covert one-person operations in China and cracking large-scale international piracy syndicates.The...
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Cyber fraud: South Mumbai businessman loses Rs1.5 lakh in Rome (EN) | www.dnaindia.com
| 19-03-2014 | Cyber fraudsters cloned a Bank of India debit card of a businessman from Breach Candy and used it to buy clothes worth Rs1.45 lakh in Rome.Though the incident happened in April last year, Sameer Doshi, 53, recently lodged a complaint at the Gamdevi police station. For the past one yea...
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Amplified DDoS Attacks Increasingly Use Network Time Service (EN) | www.eweek.com
| 18-03-2014 | Attackers abuse a feature of the network time protocol to flood networks with hundreds of gigabits per second of data, a situation which is happening with increasing frequency, according to DOS mitigation firm Prolexic. Massive distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have become ...
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What Does a DDoS Attack Look Like? (Watch First 3 Minutes of an Actual Attack) (EN) | www.circleid.com
| 18-03-2014 | We know what the results of a DDoS attack look like: huge disruption, brand damage, and potential revenue loss of tens of thousands of dollars per hour. But what does the attack itself look like?This video visualization, filmed in Neustar's Security Operations Center, shows the first ...
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Windigo malware infects 25,000 Unix servers (EN) | www.scmagazineuk.com
| 18-03-2014 | Security firm ESET has gone public on a cyber crime campaign - ‘Operation Windigo' - that has infected over 25,000 Unix servers worldwide over the past three years, and is daily sending over 35 million spam messages to drive more than 500,000 computers to websites that serve them cl...
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Grand Theft Auto V Can Cause Malware Infection on PCs (EN) | www.eweek.com
| 18-03-2014 | The spam campaign is offering victims a beta invite to the GTA V on the PC as bait that ultimately leads to a malware infection. Security vendor Trend Micro is warning about a spam campaign that is targeting gamers looking to play "Grand Theft Auto V" (GTA V) on the PC.GTA V is the la...
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PNP seeks to expand cybercrime units nationwide (EN) | technology.inquirer.net
| 19-03-2014 | MANILA, Philippines â€" The Philippine National Police has vowed to expand its cybercrime units nationwide.Director General Alan Purisima, PNP chief, said at the 1st National Summit on Cybercrime in Camp Crame, that the PNP would start specializing on crimes committed online.This, Pur...
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Regional Conference on Harnessing Cyber Legislation Opens (EN) | www.ghana.gov.gh
| 19-03-2014 | A four-day conference on harnessing cyber legislation in the West African sub-region is underway in Accra. The objective of the conference is to strengthen regional harmonisation of laws on electronic commerce, ensure the implementation at the national level of regional legal framewor...
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Homeless in Vancouver: Google’s public DNS server pwned by hackers (EN) | www.straight.com
| 18-03-2014 | Last Saturday (March 15), Google’s publicly available domain name system(DNS) server wascommandeered for 22 minutes. Hackers apparently harmlessly redirected traffic from networks in Brazil and Venzuela to BT Latin America’s networks. Harmless, maybeâ€"but they made a point.DNS se...
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More OVH Canada hosted exploit kits (EN) | blog.dynamoo.com
| 19-03-2014 | I've been a bit tardy with this look at the new OVH Canada ranges exposed by Frank Denis so some of these domains may already been dead. Yesterday Frank identified three new OVH Canada ranges being used to host the Nuclear EK, again the customer is "r5x.org / Penziatki" 198.50.212.116...
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PCs in India pre-infected my malware, Trojans, worms: Study (EN) | www.deccanchronicle.com
| 19-03-2014 | The global study surveyed 1,700 consumers, IT workers, CIOs and government officials in India, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Ukraine, the UK, and the US. The NUS forensics analysed 203 new PCs loaded with pirated software and foun...
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Criminal Malware Used In Attacks On Ukraine Government (EN) | www.techweekeurope.co.uk
| 19-03-2014 | The DirtJumper malware, a tool used by digital criminals during attacks on banks, has started targeting Ukranian government websites, amid growing tensions with neighbouring Russia.The past few days have seen a number of epic distributed denial of services (DDoS) attacks going off in ...
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European Council urges ECOWAS to harmonize cyber-crime laws (EN) | vibeghana.com
| 19-03-2014 | Mr Russell Tyner of the European Council on Tuesday urged member states of the Economic Community of West African States to harmonize their laws on cybercrimes to cater for extra territorial offences.He said cybercrime covered internet frauds, child pornography, internet hacking and b...
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Iran’s Case against Stuxnet (EN) | theiranproject.com
| 19-03-2014 | Speculation has it that Iran wants to pursue legal action against the US-Israeli led Stuxnet cyberattack.If the rumors prove to be true, Iran’s case against the United States could give the international community a great opportunity to use the case as needed momentum towards settin...
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Hackers besiege PHP sites with 30,000 attacks hitting patched exploit (EN) | www.v3.co.uk
| 19-03-2014 | The number of cyber attacks targeting PHP sites using a known vulnerability has skyrocketed over the past six months, despite the availability of a patch fix for the exploit.Security firm Imperva reported detecting a marked increase in the number of attacks targeting a vulnerability i...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe (EN) | www.cio-today.com
| 19-03-2014 | Malware known as Turla may be the work of the Russian government and could be linked to a massive breach on the U.S. military in 2008, security researchers say. The Turla spyware is used to establish a hidden foothold in infected networks from which they can search other computers, st...
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Hospital hit by screen-grab Trojan that attempted to steal 5,400 patient records (EN) | news.techworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | A US hospital has admitted suffering a mysterious malware attack that grabbed screenshots containing the personal data of 5,400 patients from hospital PCs before hiding them in an encrypted folder for probable transmission to criminals.In a statement, the small Valley View Hospital in...
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English cyber security related news

Operation Windigo Botnet Spews out 35 Million Spam Emails Daily (EN) | www.ibtimes.co.uk
| 18-03-2014 | A cybercriminal campaign dubbed Operation Windigo has seized control of 25,000 Unix servers attacking half a million computers daily.60% of the world's websites are run on Unix servers meaning the potential threat posed by Windigo is huge, with the cybercriminals behind the operation ...
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Midsize Insider: Wi-Fi Access Points Vulnerable to Malicious Software (EN) | midsizeinsider.com
| 18-03-2014 | For the first time, research shows that malicious software attacks can infect Wi-Fi networks as quickly and as viciously as the common cold passes between people, according to an article from TechRepublicQuiet, Quick and DestructiveA University of Liverpool research team created and s...
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Dell says that Surging Value of Bitcoin Leads to More Attention of Cybercriminals (EN) | www.spamfighter.com
| 18-03-2014 | According to annual threat report released last year by Dell SonicWALL Threat Research Team, the soaring value of the Bitcoin digital currency in 2013 has resulted more attention of criminals with large number of malware families now attempting to steal Bitcoins along with more than 4...
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Piracy opens door to hackers (EN) | www.gadget.co.za
| 19-03-2014 | A new study has revealed that cybercriminals are employing malware embedded in PCs that are running pirated software, which have been sold to unsuspecting consumers or companies. Rather than hacking consumer PCs as well as home- and business networks, cybercriminals are starting to re...
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Gang wielding ColdFusion exploits expands botnet of hacked e-commerce sites (EN) | www.net-security.org
| 18-03-2014 | A German website of French automaker Citroën is the latest of the wide array of higher-profile webshop sites that have been compromised by a hacker gang leveraging Adobe ColdFusion vulnerabilities. According to The Guardian, the website in question - shop.citroen.de - is a site for b...
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Malware: New Attacks Evade Detection (EN) | www.bankinfosecurity.com
| 19-03-2014 | Banking Trojans such as Zeus have gotten much tougher to detect because of new attack techniques, which means intrusions are going undiscovered for longer periods, says Trusteer researcher Etay Maor.It's not just anti-virus software these latest attacks have learned to circumvent, say...
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Cyber-attack: Cisco puts African business on higher alert (EN) | www.standardmedia.co.ke
| 19-03-2014 | NAIROBI, KENYA: Businesses in Africa face unprecedented levels of cyber-attacks, as global security vulnerabilities and threats against systems, applications, and personal networks have reached their highest-ever recorded level, Cisco has announced in the Cisco 2014 Annual Security Re...
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Kenyan government tackles legal cybercrime loopholes (EN) | www.humanipo.com
| 19-03-2014 | Kenya’s Ministry of ICT has prepared a document that seeks to address loopholes in information security, providing the government with the implementation plans needed to protect the country’s ICT assets. The release of the Draft Cyber Security Strategy comes against the backdrop o...
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Google Glass Spyware Risk Revealed (EN) | www.techweekeurope.co.uk
| 19-03-2014 | Google Glass users beware after researchers highlighted the potential of the device to act as an unobtrusive piece of spyware.The issue could prompt concern about the potential of the devices to spy on the lives of Google Glass users, plus their family, friends and work colleagues.Spy...
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Activists cry foul as police set up cyber crime unit (EN) | mobile.monitor.co.ug
| 19-03-2014 | Kampala. Police are setting up a cybercrime unit to crackdown on abusers of the internet despite claims by human rights activists that the move is intended to limit the freedom of expression.Police are working with foreign cybercrime experts to train Ugandan police officers and set up...
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English data breach and identity theft related news

Sally Beauty confirms data breach (EN) | www.washingtonpost.com
| 17-03-2014 | Sally Beauty confirmed Monday that hackers broke into the supplier’s network, stealing the payment data of up to 25,000 customers. The information stolen included payment card numbers and the three-digit security codes, known as CVV numbers, the company said. The retailer said it do...
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Organized crime costs global enterprises more than $315 billion annually (EN) | www.ciol.com
| 19-03-2014 | NEW DELHI, INDIA: Enterprises worldwide are expected to spend nearly $500 billion in 2014 to deal with issues caused by malware deliberately loaded onto pirated software - $127 billion dealing with security issues and $364 billion dealing with data breaches - according to a new joint ...
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What hospital CIOs can learn from the Target data breach (EN) | www.fiercehealthit.com
| 18-03-2014 | Last year's Target data breach, in which up to 110 million credit card numbers were stolen from the company's network, wasn't an isolated event or tough luck for one company and its customers. The fact is, such a data breach could happen to any organization, including hospitals and he...
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Data breach affects 9,700 at Md. nonprofit serving disabled (EN) | www.wbaltv.com
| 18-03-2014 | FREDERICK, Md. â€"Someone hacked the computers of a state-licensed provider of services to the developmentally disabled and stole Social Security numbers and medical information for about 9,700 clients, the organization and the state agency that oversees it said Monday.br /br /Frederi...
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Electronic data breach bill advances in Kentucky Senate (EN) | archive.courier-journal.com
| 17-03-2014 | FRANKFORT, KY. â€" A bill to require most state and local government agencies to notify citizens of any electronic breaches of personal information unanimously passed the Senate State and Local Government Committee on Monday.The committee approved a revised version of House Bill 5, wh...
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Breaches cost billions, but few take right steps to stop them (EN) | www.springfieldnewssun.com
| 18-03-2014 | Cybercrime could cost U.S. businesses as much as $140 billion annually, but a professional hacker told a group of Springfield area employers Tuesday that few companies are taking the right steps to protect themselves from data breaches.The Advanced Technical Intelligence Center and Av...
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Three Men Charged In US And Ukraine In International Cyber-Crime Bust (EN) | www.techweekeurope.co.uk
| 18-03-2014 | US federal prosecutors have indicted three men who allegedly ran an international cybercrime ring that targeted more than a dozen financial institutions, as well as the US Department of Defence’s payroll service.Authorities have charged Oleksiy Sharapka, 33, and Leonid Yanovitsky, 3...
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Malware in pirated software costs billions (EN) | betanews.com
| 19-03-2014 | Enterprises worldwide are expected to spend $500 billion in 2014 to deal with issues caused by malware in pirated software. Consumers are set to spend $25 billion and waste 1.2 billion hours on security threats and fixes.These are among the conclusions of a study carried out by IDC an...
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Other English news

Houten versleutelt documenten met Motiv (EN) | www.computable.nl
| 17-03-2014 | De Utrechtse gemeente Houten schakelt ecm-beveiliger Motiv uit IJsselstein in voor het versleutelen van vertrouwelijke documenten. Motiv's platform mSafe wordt ingezet om bestanden als bouwtekeningen en vertrouwelijke raadsstukken versleuteld beschikbaar te stellen. Het gebruik van co...
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Thief convicted of installing device to hack into High Street banks (EN) | www.getwestlondon.co.uk
| 18-03-2014 | Dean Outram entered a branch of Barclays Bank in Lewisham, south-east London last year and was able to unlawfully gain access to the bank’s computers from which £90,000 was stolen.br /Dean Outram, 34, of Clifford Gardens, Kensal Rise, installed eyboard, video and mouse (KVM) device...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Microsoft extends XP malware updates one year - Sponsored (EN) | www.infoworld.com
| 19-03-2014 | Don’t be fooled hereâ€"the only support Microsoft will extend are the anti-malware updates. If you’re still running XP after the April 8, 2014 deadline, you’re still at great risk. Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted su...
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Dutch cybercrime related news

The Economic Impact of Cyber Crime and Cyber Espionage (NL) | strategicstudyindia.blogspot.nl
| 17-03-2014 | Extracting value from the computers of unsuspecting companies and government agencies is a big business for criminals, and the scope of the loss to the victim ranges from reputational damage, loss of customer trust, financial penalties, cost of remediation and repair, to greater compe...
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Celstraf voor Amerikaan die vrouwen via malware afperste (NL) | www.security.nl
| 18-03-2014 | Een 20-jarige Amerikaanse student die de computers van vrouwen met malware besmette en zo toegang tot hun webcam kreeg is veroordeeld tot een gevangenisstraf van 18 maanden. Ook zou Jared James Abrahams op de e-mailaccounts en Facebookprofielen van zijn slachtoffers hebben ingebroken....
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Google Glass-malware kijkt stiekem mee (NL) | webwereld.nl
| 19-03-2014 | De beveiliging van Google Glass is makkelijk voor de gek te houden. Zo kunnen door kwaadaardige programma's om de 10 seconden foto's worden gemaakt en doorgezonden terwijl de display van Glass uitstaat. br /br /Google verbiedt apps om foto's te maken via Google Glass als de display is...
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