Monthly Archives: February 2015

Lenovo Caught Installing Adware On New Computers

Good grief! Has no one learned from Sony’s rootkit incident yet? If you are a Lenovo owner, you may want to check if there’s a Superfish certificate in your certificate chain by running certmgr.msc. Other than injecting unwanted ads in your browser, in theory the adware could sniff on your banking transactions ‘cos it’s performing a MiTM on your HTTPS.

Lenovo Caught Installing Adware On New Computers.

The Great Bank Robbery: the Carbanak APT – Securelist

The greatest bank robbery of all times? Some says hundreds of millions have been stolen, some say up to 1 billion. Given the extent of attack, it could be hard to know the exact amount. But one thing is clear, we have come a long way since the playful days of prank worms and viruses. Cyber criminals are now extremely well-organized, funded and motivated by huge monetary rewards.

The Great Bank Robbery: the Carbanak APT – Securelist.