Security Affairs newsletter Round 67 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini July 03, 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

Locky Ransomware is back! 49 domains compromised!
PunkeyPOS might have already stolen millions of payment card numbers
Security Affairs newsletter Round 66 – News of the week
Hacker Interviews – Cesar Cerrudo
Have you ever seen an ATM skimmer at an automated teller machine?
Lenovo fixed two high severity flaws in Lenovo Solution Center
The OurMine group also hacked the Google CEO Sundar Pichais Quora account
Another victim of SWIFT attackers, they steal $10 million from a Ukrainian bank
Crooks made $50,000 in a few weeks with CryptXXX Ransomware
Sucuri spotted a large botnet of CCTV devices involved in DDoS attacks
Google Widevine DRM flaw allows to easily download videos streamed
The FBIs Massive Clandestine Spy Budget Which Allows It To Monitor Citizens Without a Warrant
Microsoft Office 365 targeted with massive Cerber ransomware 0-day campaign
Hospitals Falling Victim to Old Malware
Germany limits BND powers after the disclosure of its support to the NSA
Critical vulnerabilities open Symantec customers to remote hack
Pawn Storm APT group targets thousands Google Accounts
For the second time Hard Rock Las Vegas suffered a data breach
The global terror database World-Check was leaked online
Russia is going to pass the new anti-terrorism bill, many are skeptical
The transportation industry is increasingly being targeted by hackers
Dridex and Locky authors revamped the Bart malware
CISCO fixed severe vulnerabilities in Network Management and Security Products
Oh Canada! – Canucks under attack in the latest wave of banking Trojan scams
Hummer Android malware already infected millions of devices
Two flaws in Siemens SICAM PAS impact the energy industry
LizardStresser botnet is using IoT in recent 400Gbps DDoS Attack
Breaking Android Full-Disk Encryption, not so hard on Qualcomm devices
Facebook malware infected more than 10,000 users in two days
Cyber security outlook: UK needs to re-vamp existing policy due to Brexit vote


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