Security Affairs newsletter Round 37 – Best of the week from best sources

Pierluigi Paganini November 29, 2015

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Police Body Cameras come with Conficker Worm
Shedun adware can install any malicious mobile app by exploiting Android Accessibility Service
DHS Information Security Program, Dozens secret databases vulnerable to hack
United Airlines Patches Serious Flaw After 6 Months
Malvertising: How the ad model makes crime pay
Damballa revealed the secrets behind the Destover malware that infected the Sony Pictures
Ransomware will target also Medical Devices
Kaspersky gives a close look to the Russian underground
Homebrew crypto in Telegram hangout app full of holes, say security pros
New IBM tech lets apps authenticate you without personal data
Many embedded devices ship without adequate security tests, analysis shows
Belgium Joins NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre
Starwood Hotel Chain Hit By Point of Sale Malware
Cyber Attacks Fuel Spending in Oil and Gas Security: Report
TrueCrypt is safer than previous examinations suggest
British duo arrested for running malware encryption service
Dell puts users at risk with dangerous eDellRoot root certificate
Documents demonstrate NSA continued mass surveillance
ModPos, the most complex POS malware ever seen
Researchers poke hole in custom crypto protecting Amazon Web Services
New Dridex campaign achieves high infection ratio in European countries
An encryption back door won’t actually help intelligence agencies
What you need to know about Dells root certificate security debacle
MagSpoof, how to predict American Express card numbers
Why Microsoft yanked its latest Windows 10 update download: It hijacked privacy settings
GlassRAT, the threat that remained stealth for years
This $10 Device Can Guess and Steal Your Next Credit Card Number before Youve Received It
How The Russian Abused Twitter as C&C in Hammertoss Malware? Python Answers
Nuclear Exploit Kit Spreading Cryptowall 4.0 Ransomware
Pearson VUE Credential manager system has been compromised
New Dridex Variants Achieve High Infection Rate Using Poisoned Docs
Researcher reveals Chinese e-crime shopping list
Russia, Hackers Stole $4 Million in cash with Reverse ATM Hack method
Lenovo slings privilege patches at in-built tools
Hackers are using Nuclear Exploit Kit to Spread Cryptowall 4.0 Ransomware
Facebook first discovered spear phishing attacks of Iranian hackers on State Department employees
FBI is hunting MrGrey who has stolen 1.2 BILLION login credentials
RAF web survey asks for bank details via unencrypted email
IoT devices are re-using cryptographic keys, leaving in danger millions of devices
HTTPSohopeless: 26,000 Telstra Cisco boxen open to device hijacking
Windows Phone hacked with Windows Phone Internals
Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Keep Yourself Safe
Nest camera, has a different definition for Turn off Mode
Crooks use the Nuclear Exploit Kit to serve CryptoWall 4.0
Hackers spray Readers Digest stinky feet with exploit kit
Russians embrace Bitcoins, the West sticks with PayPal
LinkedIn Patches Clickjacking Flaw Exploitable via CSS
Millions of IoT Devices Using Same Hard-Coded CRYPTO Keys
VPN users be aware , Port Fail flaw can reveal your identity
ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) as cyber arms control
Trident nuclear weapons system could be vulnerable to cyber attacks
Assassins in the darkweb, Service catalogue and Price list updated

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