Cybercriminals often leverage time-tested methods of money laundering to stay undetected and move stolen funds across secret accounts.
Fraudsters are using money mule scams to get unknowing, vulnerable individuals to unwittingly transfer illegally acquired funds for the criminals.
As new technologies and services emerge, money mules and criminal organizations will adapt their tactics to exploit the updated systems.
How do criminals continue to reach out to job seekers without raising the suspicion of employment websites?
A new Tatanga Trojan recently emerged, which uses a MitB attack to bypass mobile security in bank transactions. The scam is commiting fraud in Germany.
In light of the discovery of Gameover, banks should reassess the effectiveness of their fraud prevention tools to protect themselves and their customers.