Users can make online transactions safely in Viet Nam without worrying about OpenSSL Heartbleed bug, said Viet Nam's leading security company Bkav.
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Information technology (IT) based services of the Vietnamese banking system were operating normally and still secure, the State Bank of Viet Nam (SBV) stated in Thursday evening's press release.
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Experts recommend users in Vietnam not make any online transactions until the website is confirmed safe against the newly-discovered Heartbleed bug that can be easily used by hackers to attack websites and steal information. Photo: Ngoc Thang
VietNamNet Bridge – About 15 e-banking websites run by commercial banks and payment portals in Vietnam were hacked on Tuesday. Hackers had managed to exploit a recently revealed security bug called OpenSSL Heartbleed, experts said.
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VietNamNet Bridge – Many commercial banks are raising their fees, but the quality of their services has not kept pace.
The Viet Nam Joint-Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank) has opened a transaction office in Pakse town in the southern Laos province of Champasak.
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The Vietnam Joint-Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade (VietinBank) has opened one transaction office in Pakse town in the southern Lao province of Champasak.
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The stock market witnessed a strong surge in both benchmark indices and transaction volume and value in the first quarter of this year, generating profits for investors.
The Vietnamese stock market is preparing to leverage exchange traded funds (ETFs) and would-be derivatives to lure more capital, heard a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City on March 25.
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The Vietnamese stock market is preparing to leverage exchange traded funds (ETFs) and would-be derivatives to lure more capital, heard a workshop in Ho Chi Minh City March 25.
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