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Gotham Security Daily Threat Alerts

by on September 15, 2015

September 14, Securityweek – (International) Attackers use Google Search Console to hide website hacks. Security researchers from Sucuri discovered that cybercriminals have been using the Google Search Console to improve spam page search engine optimization (SEO) and to hide their presence on hijacked websites by receiving notification when hacks are detected, and by unverifying legitimate website owners. Source

September 14, Help Net Security – (International) New malware can make ATMs not give users’ card back. Security researchers from FireEye reported that new ATM malware dubbed Suceful has the capability to read all credit and debit card track data, data from the card’s microchip, and retain or eject an inserted card on demand. The malware can also be controlled via the ATM’s personal identification number (PIN) pad and, may disable the device’s alarm and proximity sensors. Source

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