Security Affairs newsletter Round 63 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini June 05, 2016

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

Hacking NTP Servers from Long-Distance with low cost devices
Why surveillance firm Blue Coat was granted a powerful encryption certificate?
Security Affairs newsletter Round 62 – News of the week
Highly targeted ransomware campaign hit Swedish Telia customers
Media revealed that the Russia is developing its kamikaze drones
Hacker Interviews – Speaking with Mikko Hypponen
US-CERT warns MEDHOST medical app contains hard-coded credentials
Android 6.0 Marshmallow permission-granting model is under attack
Cyber-crimes cost victims over $1 Billion according to 2015 IC3 report
CVE-2016-2107 OpenSSL Flaw still affects many Alexa Top Sites
Power plant ICS threatened by an easy remotely exploitable flaw
Self-propagating ransomware spreading in the wild
Windows zero-day offered for sale in a crime forum for $90,000
Infographic – Deep web illegal activity exceeds approximately $100,000,000
Iran orders media companies to store data in the country
Did Edward Snowden perform a ‘public service?
Lenovo Accelerator Application contains a bug that allows remote hack of your PC
New evidence links the NK Lazarus Group to SWIFT banking attacks
Tor Browser 6.0 is out with significant privacy and security improvements
TeamViewer hacked? The company officially denies it
IRONGATE, a mysterious ICS Malware discovered in the wild
10,000+ WordPress websites compromised due to a flaw in WP Mobile Detector plugin
Unlimited surveillance capabilities, but its going to cost you
Ransomware campaigns … how to net $90,000 per year
British MPs emails are routinely accessed by GCHQ
GhostShell is back and leaked 36 million records
Pro-ISIS Hackers Have Been Flexing Their Muscles – But Is There Any Real Cause For Concern?
FastPOS PoS malware implements a quick exfiltration method
How to steal encryption keys from the air through a PCs noises


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