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Hackers are targeting UK customers of Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland, HSBC, Lloyds Bank and Santander with increased determination by using a form of Trojan horse malware, Bitdefender researchers have warned. Cyber criminals have used spam servers to send 19,000 malicious emails containing the Dyreza banking Trojan - also known as Dyre - in just three days and are using it to attempt to steal bank log-in credentials.

Hacking Team's Dingy Laundry Hung Out Online

Fireworks of a different kind rocked the security world this Fourth of July weekend, when news surfaced that hackers breached Hacking Team , an Italy-based firm that develops malware for sale to governments and law enforcement. The attackers exposed 400 GB of data stolen from its servers, including sales records, according to reports.

When hackers get hacked

Hackers hacked. One of the more odious "cyber-security" companies in the world, Hacking Team, is in the news for all the wrong reasons.

Global Industrial Cyber Security Market 2015-2019

The major attacks seen in the utilities and manufacturing plants include phishing, watering hole, Stuxnet malware, DoS, and brute-force. Cyber security solutions help organizations detect, monitor, report, and counter cyber threats and maintain the confidentiality of IT systems.

FBI, DEA, US Army bought spyware from hacked Italian company

Internal documents of the Italian malware maker Hacking Team, leaked online in a hacker attack, show that the FBI, Drug Enforcement Agency and the US Army all made use of its controversial spyware known as Remote Control System, or Galileo. The FBI's secret Remote Operations Unit has been using Hacking Team's software since 2011, according to leaked documents analyzed by The Intercept .

Nothing Is Untraceable: How The HackingTeam Got Busted

"Here in HackingTeam we believe that fighting crime should be easy," promises the Italian company that offers surveillance services to national governments and law enforcement. HackingTeam assured its clients that its services were untraceable.