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CHINESE HACKER GROUPS TO SHIFT FOCUS TO INDIA IN 2018

By Indo-Asian News
Hackers aren't identical to criminals, although common people usually feel the risks from them and even leak data or lose money. Some hacker groups are actually backed by nation-states, called as APTs (Advanced Persistent Threat). It's one reason why cyber security situation is worse and malware is more. The recent reports disclosed Chinese APT groups are shifting focus in 2018 to India and other south Asia counties as a part of Beijing's global market goal. It's time to check if your data center is safe...
By Indo-Asian News  View Source  
Related stories:   HACKER   INDIA   APT   
Hacking the House: MPs Have to Care about Cyber Security
Is it common to share login passwords with your colleagues? At least this happens in the House of Commons. If an assistant can login to a MP's computer and somehow uses it to view pornography, the story isn't just limited in broken office code. The true risk is these sort of websites are the main distributers of malware, either spyware or ransomware. Considering the MP's computers have lots of classified data and files, hackers may get inspiration from recent porn website scandal there...
By Rory Cellan-Jones  View Source  
Uber Pays $100,000 to Hacker for 57M Accounts Leak
Uber is facing a moment of truth. It needs to clean up its act. This company have our address and credit card information, and even details of travel history. It admitted a serious data leak was hidden: hackers breached and gained access to 57 million user accounts. What the Uber did is to pay $100,000 to hackers to delete the data. None argue it's deal with criminals. Does Uber really think customers' privacy is a small trade with hackers? They trusts hackers, but we have different opinion...
By Jake Novak  View Source  
North Korean Malware Still Lurks in Computers Worldwide
The US Department of Homeland Security issued an alert about a hacker group "Hidden Cobra" also known as "Lazarus" that run a victims' networks and may launch further network exploitation. This hacker group is believed related to North Korea. Last month, Britain had blamed the country for being behind the WannaCry cyber attack in May. The malware had infected lots of computers of 150 countries, and even some Britain's hospitals had to cancel scheduled operations. FBI doubts Volgmer "backdoor Trojan" is the next...
By WION Web Team  View Source  
Texas Gunman Locked iPhone Renews Encryption Debate
When you heard FBI failed to unlock the cellphone of the Texas gunman, what do you think? Yahoo once leaked almost everyone's data to hackers, but Apple is fighting to protect privacy of murders like this shooter. Are they really so different? This sad story is reigniting the debate over encryption and government access to secured communications. It's just a blooding commerce chance for some companies and far away the nature: we must punish criminals either online or by gun...
By SAMANTHA RAPHELSON  View Source