Security Affairs newsletter Round 64 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini June 12, 2016

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

First of all let inform you that at the #infosec16 SecurityAffairs was awarded as The Best European Personal Security Blog


Old CVE-2014-3704 flaw in Drupal still exploited in attacks hacked, stolen card data and accounts available for sale
Security Affairs newsletter Round 63 – News of the week
Jacob Appelbaum leaves the Tor Project after accusation of sexual misconduct
It is too easy to find enterprise logins on the Dark Web
100 million credentials from the Russian Facebook go on sale
Mark Zuckerberg hacked by the hacking crew OurMine Team
As of the end of March, 93 percent of all phishing emails contained ransomware
Charging Mobile Devices could be very risky according to Kaspersky
Hackers can remotely disable car alarm on Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV SUVs
FBI issued an alert about a rise in extortion email schemes
Watch out, Angler Exploit Kit is able to bypass Microsoft EMET defense
Facebook fixed a flaw in the Messenger App.Doubts on its severity
Fabrication-time Attacks and the Manchurian Chip
FTCs chief technologist was victim of Id theft, someone hijacked her phone number
MI5 collected significantly more data than it can use
So You want to Capitalize on the IoT Business…
Its official, μTorrent Forum Hacked!
Companies Are Stockpiling Bitcoin To Quickly Pay Off Ransomware Criminals
A crafted PDF document can hack your Chrome PDF reader, Update Chrome now!
China ready to launch the first hack proof quantum communication satellite
#infosec16 SecurityAffairs awarded as Best European Personal Security Blog
32 Million Twitter account credentials offered for sale
CRYPTXXX campaigns, threat actors switch to Neutrino EK
Are you using EMC and VMware solutions? Watch out unauthorized accesses!
European Union Websites plagued by SQL Injection Flaws
Necurs Botnet, one of the worlds largest malicious architecture has vanished
Twitter resets account login credentials for exposed accounts
More Fallout from the LinkedIn Breach in new Targeted Attacks on Banking
Bolek Banking Trojan, a Carberp Successor is spreading in the wild
How to recover files encrypted by all Teslacrypt Ransomware variants

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