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  4. Russian hacking group targets Sub-Saharan Africa banks  ITWeb
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Kaspersky (www.Kaspersky.co.za) security researchers have reported on thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region. The malware usedKaspersky (www.Kaspersky.co.za) security researchers have reported on thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the sub-Saharan ...

Silence before the storm: Russian speaking hacking group is attacking banks in Sub-Saharan Africa | Africanews

An infamous Russian-speaking hacking group referred to as Silence is the likely culprit making thousands of attempts to hack major banks in sub-Saharan Africa, says Kaspersky Lab. An infamous Russian-speaking hacking group referred to as Silence is the likely culprit making thousands of attempts to hack major banks in sub-Saharan Africa, says Kaspersky Lab.

Infamous 'Silence' bank hackers thought to hit local shores, warns cyber lab | Fin24

Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region.Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region.

Notorious 'Silence' hacking group targeting banks in sub-Saharan Africa

Kaspersky Lab reports thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks in Sub-Saharan Africa.Kaspersky Lab reports thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Russian hacking group targets Sub-Saharan Africa banks | ITWeb

The World Bank says Uganda is expected to post strong growth of about 6 per cent in 2020 due to increased infrastructure investment and rising private sector activityThe World Bank says Uganda is expected to post strong growth of about 6 per cent in 2020 due to increased infrastructure investment and rising private sector activity

Uganda to post solid growth in 2020 - World Bank - Daily Monitor

Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region.Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region.