Breaking new story. Those bad gurus are behind bars. The process was so simple that becomes genious:
The men used relatively a basic “SQL injection attack” to crack company servers, giving access to internal databases.
Once inside the network, they used malware (malicious code) to create a “back door” that gave them return access, even after some companies identified breaches and thought they had fixed them. Then they installed “sniffers,” or programs to identify, collect and steal vast amounts of personal financial data, individually known as dumps, that they secreted in a network of computers around the world.“Those dbs (databases) are hell big …”
Question: what are the security of NASDAQ doing? why was it not doing its job when the malware crack open the system?