Kaspersky Lab, the leading computer security firm, stated that the new cyber surveillance virus has been found in the Middle East. The virus has the ability to spy on transactions of a lot of banks and steal in usernames and passwords.
The firm confirmed that the virus, reffered as Dubbed Gauss, may also have the capability of attacking critical infrastructure. It also is very likely to build in identical laboratories as Stuxnet, a computer worm commonly deemed to have been utilized by Israel and US to hit on the nuclear program of Iran.
In addition to this, Kaspersky has found . . . → Read More: Gauss virus hits Middle East firms, Kaspersky Lab
Yahoo, the internet giant, has been sued for the reason of negligence right after it revealed that there were nearly 450,000 usernames and passwords stolen from a particular website they are holding.
The newly appointed Chief Executive Officer Marissa Meyer remarked that the company is being sued and will be facing court proceedings after one of its users have filed a complaint. According to the complaint filed in court, the login information of this particular user was posted online without his knowledge and permission.
According to the user identified as Jeff Allan, the web portal operator is guilty and should . . . → Read More: Yahoo user complains over security flaws