Thursday, September 11, 2014

Cyber Security: Hackers Attacking Israeli Think Tank Aren't Interested in State Secrets

The website of a respected Israel-based foreign policy institute -- the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs -- has been infected with code that is trying to steal bank account information from visitors. The campaign looks like an "advanced persistent threat-style attack" devised to siphon intelligence from government officials browsing the site, but "the threat is ultimately designed to pilfer banking credentials," Kaspersky Lab reports. Read the full story here.

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