The attack resulted in disruption of Finastra services as they shut down certain servers in response to the attack which had most impact on their North America operations. Operating since April 2020, Turkey Dog activity has been luring unaware Turkish speakers into downloading malicious Android trojans through fake click-baits. The banking trojans, Cerberus and Anubis, have been used to steal user credentials to gain access to bank accounts. On June 25, 2020, cryptocurrency hardware wallet manufacturer Ledger’s e-commerce database was breached. The company initially discovered the breach in July after it was tipped off by a researcher, and began an internal investigation. Months later, stolen data — including email addresses, phone numbers, and addresses of customers — were put up on the sharing martketplace Raidforums for free.
IP cameras, home routers, and other IoT devices infected with malware can be used to launch DDoS attacks too. They use malicious apps on the Google Play store and other third-party stores for this purpose. A 2017 Kaspersky survey found that the cost of enduring a DDoS attack for a small/mid-sized business was $120K. Further, a 2018 study estimated the cost of downtime for a large organization as somewhere in the range of $300K-$540K.
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On April 23, 2019, it was reported the Silence Group had targeted financial institutions in the UK, India, and South Korea since the end of 2018, and had stolen from at least one institution. On June 25, Europol, British law enforcement, and Dutch law enforcement officials arrested six individuals for cryptocurrency theft amounting to €24 million (over $26 million). The individuals used a technique known as “typosquatting,” in which they duplicated an online cryptocurrency exchange to steal information and gain access to victims’ bitcoin wallets. On July 12, 2019, approximately $32 million in virtual currency was stolen from Bitpoint, a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange.
The bank confirmed that the breach did not occur on its online systems but from other merchants where FirstBank customers made transactions. On May 25, 2019, attackers attempted to steal from Upbit, a South Korean cryptocurrency exchange, but were thwarted by East Security, a security firm. In August 2019, the UN Security Council Panel of Experts indicated DPRK-affiliated actors were behind the attempted theft.