Security Affairs newsletter Round 76 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini September 04, 2016

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

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Global cost of cybercrime will grow from $3 trillion in 2015 to $6 trillion annually by 2021
Security Affairs newsletter Round 75 – News of the week
Megaupload seized by the FBI, once again serves adult content
France, Germany calls for European Decryption Law: Whats next?
Hacker Interviews – New World Hackers
A malware was found in Iran petrochemical complexes, but its not linked to recent incidents
DNC staffers are invited to use ‘Snowden-Approved App Signal in response to the hack
The Network of NewSat satellite telco firm was the ‘most corrupted of ever
Shad0wS3C group hacked the Paraguay Secretary of National Emergency
The son of a Russian lawmaker could face up to 40 years in the jail for hacking
FBI flash alert says foreign hackers compromised state election systems
The RIPPER malware linked to the recent ATM attacks in Thailand
Minecraft World Map data breach, 71,000 accounts leaked online
Lurk cybercrime Gang developed, maintained and rent the Angler EK
Saudi government facilities hit by cyber attacks, Saudi cyber experts convened
iOS 9.3.4 and minor versions are vulnerable to the Trident Exploit
Dropbox Data Breach, more than 68 Million account details leaked online
Hacker Interviews – NorthScripts from P0werfulGreakArmy
USBee exfiltrates data from air-Gapped networks via electromagnetic emission from USB
BASHLITE Botnets peaked 1 Million Internet of Thing Devices
Spotify resets users passwords due to data breaches suffered by other firms
Hacker Interviews – Speaking with Lorenzo Martínez
SWIFT discloses more cyber attacks on its bank members and urges more security
Roughly 43 Million accounts were stolen in a 2012 security breach
BitTorrent client Transmission found distributing Mac malware once again
Apple issued fixes for Pegasus spyware bugs in OS X, Safari. Apply it now!
The notorious Hacker Guccifer sentenced 52 months in US prison
Azerbaijani Anti-Armenia Team of hacktivists leaked Armenian security service data
Hacker Interviews – The Riddler, the founder of the BinarySec Group
Leakedsource breach notification service reported two Bitcoin Data Breaches

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