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Cybersecurity Highlights

This section registers the most relevant incidents or public events related to the cybersecurity and information and communication technologies (ICT), in a way that a chronological history of them is available, together with their main links, references and information sources.

APT28: a new threat with probable Russian origin

10/27/2014
FireEye has published a report in which they analyse a new APT, named APT28. The company informs that there are evidences pointing out that this new threat has Russian origin, due to its targets....

APT BlackEnergy y 0day Sandworm

10/14/2014
Siguiendo un proceso de revelación responsable, iSIGHT ha publicado el descubrimiento de una nueva vulnerabilidad 0day, que afecta al gestor de paquetes OLE en Microsoft Windows y Microsoft Server....

Poodle: exploiting SSL 3.0

10/14/2014
Published a new attack against the obsolete and unsecured version 3.0 of the SSL cryptographic protocol, called POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption). Taking advantage of the...

Tyupkin infecta cajeros automáticos en Europa y Rusia

10/07/2014
Kaspersky, tras ser contactado por una entidad financiera, ha descubierto un malware (bautizado como Tyupkin) destinado a extraer dinero de cajeros automáticos. Según Kaspersky, el malware es...
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Filtración de información sobre FinFisher

09/15/2014
WikiLeaks ha hecho públicas copias hasta el momento desconocidas de varios componentes del software de espionaje de la compañía FinFisher. Los componentes publicados son responsables de la...

Gmail credentials leaked

09/10/2014
The usernames and passwords of almost five million Gmail users have been published, most of them from Russia. Although approximately the 60% of this accounts would be valid, Google has published a...

FBI investigates multiple cyber attacks against several American banks

08/27/2014
The FBI is investigating several cyber attacks against JPMorgan Chase and at least four other US banks made by Russian hackers during August. The New York Times reported that sources close to the...

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