As seen in the image above, in the time between when files are first received on a device and written to the disk (STEP 1), and when they are loaded for users to consume via the apps (STEP 3), malware can instantaneously analyse and manipulate
the files (or just replace them with the attacker's chosen files) for malicious gain (STEP 2).
Second, the attackers can send a malware to control the ATM and lastly attackers aware of the code used to run the ATM from the back end can also manipulate
(They claim that they can manipulate
the elections, that they are from the Comelec's IT Department.
' To our surprise, the electoral officers took the result to the local government, where the chairman is also contesting and attempted to manipulate
the results but we mobilized and storm the place to protest 'the resident added.
The purpose of the program was to make market manipulation simpler by using built-in tools like a special tab called "whale tools," which executed several "abusive strategies." "If everybody can manipulate
, then nobody is manipulating," Eilertsen said, (https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-10-03/crypto-bots-manipulate-proudly) Bloomberg reported .
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission said that bank employees had, between 2007 and 2012, made false reports and attempted to manipulate
the US Dollar International Swaps and Derivatives Association Fix that are used as a benchmark in many derivatives products.
Moon should take this case as an opportunity to show zero tolerance for any attempt to manipulate
When an election can be manipulated, I am sure it is no big deal to manipulate
data of small business houses.
The group increased or decreased its bidding volumes in a manipulative fashion while keeping its bid price constant, so as to manipulate
the strike price discovery process and induce other bidders
The catsuit claims fit with previous accusations she made against the show scores being altered to manipulate
Why should taxpayers subsidise the lifestyles of employers and landlords any more than they should subsidise others who manipulate
US Attorney General Loretta Lynch said that "almost every day" for five years from 2007, currency traders used a private electronic chat room to manipulate