A month ago, an official of Axis Bank — India’s third-largest private sector lender — received an unexpected telephone call. The caller, an engineer at Kaspersky Lab, the well-known Moscow-based cybersecurity firm, rattled off the names of several Axis computers which, he claimed, have been breached. The Kaspersky man said his firm had stumbled on the information in the course of a separate probe. When an Axis team looked into the bank’s servers, it found out that there was indeed an unauthorised login by an unnamed, offshore hacker.
@blue wine wrote:
should i change net banking password ?
or visa password
Change both and sleep calmly.
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It’s better to back to paper money if banks are also getting hacked.. already wallets and other websites are hacked.. now private banks also
Shocked to see!
Better check bank accounts regularly and turn savings accounts in to recurring deposits.!
@Stupendous Man wrote:
The most worrisome part is there was a unauthorised login and that didn’t trigger any alarm? No firewall? How does a banking system had a backdoor?