Headline May 26, 2017/ ''' CYBER CRAMP '''


PLEASE, JUST ALLOW ME , to thank every single student, the very world over, for their gracious respect, support and best wishes for me and the World Students Society.

I ASSURE YOU ALL,  that right up to the *Global Elections*, to be so conducted under the auspices of the  Great Students of America, after which I say, good-bye to you all and  hand over-

*I will continue to provide  *Fair and Fearless and Dignified*  leadership*.  
And with that said:

'''NOW, ZILLI, WHY IN THE NAME ALMIGHTY GOD, would you have me imparting rare mastery in   -*Hacking*  to the Students of the World?!

[Hacking is one very serious offense, and every student is well advised to stay well and  very clear of any form or function of Hacking], 
This is the official Policy of The World Students Society, lovingly and respectfully called, !WOW! the entire world over.

Like I said earlier, and it is an honor to repeat, ''That were it for, Zilli, the World Students Society would be,  just about on daily basis, embroiled in a Nuclear Exchange. 

My great accomplishment all this time has been to restrain, Zilli. Never have I ever  had to urge her.  Zilli, is one great firebrand and a great natural leader.

 MOSCOW  :  RUSSIAN CYBER CRIMINALS used  malware planted on mobile devices to steal from domestic bank customers and were planning to target: European Lenders before their arrest, investigators and sources with knowledge of the case  disclosed.

Their campaign raised a relatively small sum by cyber-crime standards. -more than 50 million roubles  [ $ 892,000 ]  -but they had also obtained more malicious software for a modest monthly fee-

To go after the  clients of banks in France  and  possibly a range of other western nations.

Russia's relationship to  cyber crime is under intense scrutiny after US intelligence officials alleged that Russian hackers had tried to help Republican Donald Trump win the US Presidency by hacking Democratic Party servers.

*The Kremlin has reportedly denied the allegation*.

The  Gang Members  tricked the  Russian banks' customers' into downloading  malware  via  fake mobile banking applications-

As well as via pornography  and   e-commerce  programmes, according to a report compiled by  Cyber Security  Group-IB which investigated the attack with the  Russian Interior Ministry.

The criminals  - 16 suspects were arrested by Russian Law Enforcement authorities in November last year   -infected more than a  million smartphones in Russia,  on average compromising  3,500 devices a day, Group-IB said.

The hackers targeted customers of state lender  Sherbank, and also stole money from accounts at  Alfa Bank and  online  payments  company Qiwi, exploiting weaknesses in the companies  SMS text message transfer services, said two people with direct knowledge of the case.

Although operating only in Russia  before their arrest they had developed plans to target  Larger European banks  including  French Lenders  Credit Agricole ,  BNP  Paribas  and Societe Generale, Group-IB said.

A BNP Paribas  spokeswoman said the bank could not confirm this information, but added that it  ''has  a significant set of measures in place aimed at  fighting cyber attacks  on a daily basis.''

*Societe Generale and   Credit Agricole declined comment*.
The gang, which was called   ''Cron''  after the malware it used, did not steal any funds from customers of the  three French Banks .

However, it exploited the bank service in Russia that allows users to transfer small sums to other accounts by sending an SMS message.

Having infected the users phones, the gang sent  SMS  messages from those devices instructing the banks to transfer money to the hackers own accounts.

The findings illustrate the dangers of using  SMS  messages for mobile banking,  a method favoured in emerging countries with less advanced Internet infrastructure, said Lukas Stefanko, a  malware researcher at Cyber Security  from  ESET  in Slovakia.

''It's becoming popular among  developing nations  or in the countryside where access to  conventional banking  is difficult for people,'' he said. ''For them, it is quick, and easy and they don't need to visit a bank.

*But security always has to outweigh consumer convenience*.

The Honour and Serving of the  Latest Operational Research on Technologies, Hacking and Solutions, continues. Thank Ya all for reading and see you on the following one.

''Now, Zilli, no point in fuming! Go find  -most lovingly and respectfully,'' :

Merium, Rabo, Saima, Seher Khan/King's College, Dee, Haleema, Bilal, Eman/LUMS,  Ambassador Malala, Shahzaib Khan, Jordan, Bilal, Mustafa, Ahsen, Armeen-

Reza/Canada, Toby/China, Vishnu/India, Sarah/NZ-, Zara, Saima, Paras, SoratSanyia, Shahbano, Ghazi, Tooba, Nina, Hamad, Danyial, Rahym, Aqsa, Haider, Hussain- 

Faraz, Umer Khan, Awais Khattak, Faizan, Wajahat Raja, Hassaan, Syed Ali Hassan  and  those beautiful Little Angels:

Maynah Khan, Ibrahim Majeed, Hareem Faraz, Maria Imran, Haanyia Khan, and Merium Khan and get everybody to review:

Security and Procedures on Sam Daily Times : The Voice of the Voiceless, Twitter-!E-System 2011'' And then ensure that I am informed of the status.. 

With mot respectful dedication to the Leaders, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all on !WOW! -the World Students Society and Twitter-!E-WOW!  -the Ecosystem 2011:  

''' Shaking Up '''

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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