Security Affairs newsletter Round 66 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini June 26, 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

The value of the Ethereum Digital Currency is Plummeting after a hack
Be careful, a new phishing tactic targets PayPal users
Adobe patches Flash Zero-Day exploited by ScarCruft APT
Security Affairs newsletter Round 65 – News of the week
GoToMyPC reset all customer passwords
Hacker breached the Canadian Quebec Liberal Partys video conferencing software
Student hacks Pentagon websites and gets thanked
Hardened Tor Browser implements the Selfrando feature to defeat exploits
Apple patched a mysterious flaw in Apple AirPort devices
Acer confirms a data breach at its E-commerce site
BadTunnel attack could have the widest impact in the history of Windows
Exploit kit traffic drops by 96% since April, what is happening?
Tech coalition asked to roll back changes to Rule 41 that allows FBI mass hacking
Conficker, the malware with the most wide spread diffusion
Pawost Android Malware uses Google Talk to make unwanted phone calls
Ops … also Zuckerberg covers the webcam with tapes
Security issues in Libarchive file compression library affect hundreds of projects
Godless, the Android Malware that employs multiple rooting exploits
Tracking stolen smartphone is a bad idea, report it to the Police
WordPress 4.5.3 fixed several security vulnerabilities
Whats really behind Chinas drop in attacks against the US?
Hacking Uber – Experts found dozen flaws in its services and app
Severe Swagger Remote Code Execution flaw compromises NodeJS, Ruby, PHP, Java
Apple confirms iOS 10 kernel source code left unencrypted intentionally
Fansmitter – exfiltrating data from Air-Gapped devices via fan noises
PayPal fixed a flaw that allowed attackers to deliver malicious images
Hacker Interviews – Rahul Sasi (@fb1h2s)
Facebook logic flaw allowed an expert to delete any video

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