Security Affairs newsletter Round 39 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini December 20, 2015

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs

LATENTBOT, one the highly obfuscated backdoor in the wild
Torrent websites infected 12 million Internet users per month
Iranian Government says Daesh doesn’t pose a threat to Iran
Gift cards and return merchandise fraud scheme
Is Vuvuzela the most secure SMS text messaging system?
European Space Agency domains hacked by Anonymous
Cyber Terrorists Can Get Their Hands on UK Infrastructure, Like the Net or Electricity
Inside the German cybercriminal underground
Hacker claims Sony PlayStation 4 Jailbreak
FireEye Appliances affected by a critical flaw simply exploitable
Twitter warns victims of state-sponsored attacks
Joomla under attack due to a zero-day. Patch your CMS now!
GCHQ Gaffer database goes open source
Press backspace 28 times to hack a Linux PC with Grub2
Phantom Squad wants to take down Playstation network and Xbox Live on Christmas
A secret cellphone spying devices catalog leaked online
Unauthorized code found in Juniper’s firewall OS
Microsoft Outlook flaw opens the door to mailbomb attacks
Hackers trace ISIS Twitter accounts back to the UK govt
Instagram hacked! Hacker compromised the entire platform
Over 650 terabytes of MongoDB data exposed on Internet

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