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College student Mollie Tibbetts found dead

Source: nypost

The Iowa college student who vanished over a month ago has been found dead, according to a report.

Two sources told Fox News that Mollie Tibbetts’ body has been found. No more details were immediately available.

Read more: https://nypost.com/2018/08/21/college-student-mollie-tibbetts-found-dead/

The FBI Says There's Going to be a Huge Bank Heist in the Coming Days

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/fbi-says-apos-going-huge-114056469.html

The FBI just warned banks that their customers’ accounts could be targeted by a worldwide ATM hacking scheme.

The attack, known as an “ATM cash-out” or “unlimited operation,” is expected in the coming days, and will likely take place on a weekend or after banks have closed, according to information obtained by the FBI. Hackers will steal data by gaining access to bank systems or payment card processors. They’ll then alter bank data relating to fraud controls, maximum withdrawal limits, and even the amount of money in each account. Then, using the stolen information, they could withdraw large sums of cash from ATMs worldwide in the space of only a few hours.

The warning was issued only to banks, not the general public, but was publicized by Brian Krebs on his cybersecurity blog, Krebs on Security.

This kind of attack usually targets data acquired from small- and medium-sized banks because they tend to have less security than large institutions. That was the case in a series of attacks on Virginia’s National Bank of Blacksburg over an eight month period between 2016 and 2017. Hackers stole $2.4 million from ATMs around the country in two separate attacks on the same bank. Despite bulked-up security, the hackers managed to access the bank’s network twice through phishing emails.

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