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54% of online banks allow hackers to steal your money!

The hackers it's pretty easy to get access to privacy, money and sensitive information customers of online banks, according to a survey by Positive Technologies.

Most will banks contain critical vulnerabilities that could be done exploit. More than half (54%) of online banks allowed fraudulent transactions and capital thefts while all (100%) have received threats of unauthorized access customer and company information such as account statements and payment orders.

About 77% of will banks had security defects in control methods identity of two factors. In some cases, vulnerabilities allowed attackers to enter the corporate network of the bank, according to the report.


Many of this information ends in Dark Web. The average cost of the data of an online banking user in Dark Web is only 22 dollars, according to the report - such a low price for destroying a customer's economic life.

Some of these security issues stem from the fact that banks do not use passwords for authentication or allow old passwords.

«Safety measures that operate on the user's convenience increase the risk fraud"Says the survey. If you do not need to confirm a transaction with a single-use code, hacker's job becomes easier and an old password increases the chances of it brutal forced. In addition, do not forget that the four-character password can be broken within two minutes.

Be safe!


  1. "In addition, remember that the four-symbol password can be broken in two minutes."

    Can Piraeus Bank hear it after deleting the 8 + digits code after the release of the new app with an 4 PIN?

    And who never answered in depth how an 4 PIN is better secure than a 8 + digits .......


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