Kaspersky Security Bulletin 2022. Statistics

All statistics in this report are from the global cloud service Kaspersky Security Network (KSN), which receives information from components in our security solutions. The data was obtained from users who had given their consent to it being sent to KSN. Millions of Kaspersky users around the globe assist us in collecting information about malicious […]

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Crimeware and financial cyberthreats in 2023

A look back on the year 2022 and what to expect in 2023 Every year, as part of the Kaspersky Security Bulletin, we predict which major trends will be followed in the coming year by attackers, who target financial organizations. The predictions, based on our extensive experience, help individuals and businesses improve their cybersecurity and […]

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Prilex, un groupe malveillant reconnu, vend ses nouveaux malwares sophistiqués pour infecter des terminaux de paiement partout dans le monde

Les experts de Kaspersky ont découvert que le groupe de menaces Prilex, célèbre pour avoir volé des millions de dollars aux banques, a considérablement progressé. Après s’être appliquée à développer ses innovations technologiques et ses stratégies marketing et commerciales, Prilex a fait évoluer ses outils. The post Prilex, un groupe malveillant reconnu, vend ses nouveaux […]

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Threat actors are stealing funds from General Bytes Bitcoin ATM

Threat actors have exploited a zero-day vulnerability in the General Bytes Bitcoin ATM servers to steal BTC from multiple customers. Threat actors have exploited a zero-day flaw in General Bytes Bitcoin ATM servers that allowed them to hijack transactions associated with deposits and withdrawal of funds. GENERAL BYTES is the world’s largest Bitcoin, Blockchain, and […]

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Top threats for the financial sector

The potential financial, operational, and reputational impact of ransomware makes it the top threat facing financial services organizations, according to a report from F-Secure. Phishing, exposed remote desktop protocol (RDP) ports, and the exploitation of vulnerable software, are called out as the three most common principal intrusion vectors for ransomware. The report also notes that […]

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