Ifs architects are not immune to the latest trojan attack

Ifs architectural coverings are vulnerable to trojan attacks, according to a report by security firm CERT-CC.

The firm has warned that the cyber criminals are exploiting the software flaws to gain access to thousands of companies. 

The report also points out that the attack was launched on September 13, 2017.

This is the day after the second major cyber attack, which compromised the data of over 40 million people.

The attack targeted the Dutch government and the Dutch Embassy in Moscow, which was the subject of an investigation in April 2017.

The new report by CERT warns that the latest attack could be more serious than the one launched in March 2017.

It said the trojan was designed to compromise and infect computers running a range of different versions of Java, a popular open source software used by many organizations.

The latest trojans also target the security systems of large banks and insurance companies, which were used by governments to keep tabs on their financial transactions.

CERT said that the attacks could also be used to steal sensitive data.

This is a developing story.

We will update this post as we learn more.

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