In Kazakhstan National Computer Emergency Response Team (KZ-CERT) was founded in 2011.
- monitoring and detection of internet resources violationg law of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
- elaboration of propositions and recommendations on guarding the interests of person, society and state in information space;
- provide information security consulting services;
- fast and thorough gathering of information about cyber attacks or other suspicious activities.
- coordination of public and telecommunication operators’ cyber security units and other actors of national information infrastructure in the issues regarding prevention of violations in information and communication technologies;
- collection, analysis and storing information concerning existing threats to cybersecurity and effectiveness of implemented security measures
01 September 2014
Cybercriminals using “leaked” Windows 9 as bait
Instead of the promised OS version victims will get a reskinned Windows 7 SP1 64-bit bundled with a handful of software utilities.
Preview release of Windows 9 for developer should be available in September of this year. In this regard, malicious fake versions of unannounced OS are published in the Web.
It is interesting that the Trend Micro information security experts managed to capture several malicious campaigns using Windows 9. For example, one of the sites will redirect to a...
29 August 2014
Microsoft has started removing fake and malicious apps from Windows Store
According to various disorders of online-shop developers it had to be removed more than 1.5 thousand applications.
Microsoft has started removing fake and malicious applications published in the Windows Store, which have forced users to buy free software. About its decision tehnogiant reported yesterday, on 27 August.
As can be seen from the record of company's blog, due to various disorders of program developers they had to remove more than 1.5 thousand applications from Windows...
28 August 2014
The vulnerability could force iPhone to call to expensive numbers
Security experts have discovered a critical vulnerability in iOS that allows attackers to earn money by making iPhone calls to premium rate numbers. To get on a hook, the owner of the gadget simply need click malicious link.
If you use Safari iPhone owner can be at ease - the browser will ask each time a confirmation before placing a call. However, if a malicious link is in WhatsApp, "Vkontakte", Gmail email or in iMessage, smartphone will perform a call without the need to obtain...