Security Affairs newsletter Round 94 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini January 08, 2017

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

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

A new iPhone bug will crash the Messages app with a single text
Security Affairs newsletter Round 93 – News of the week
Firefox 52 more privacy oriented with a Tor protection mechanism
UK security minister: ISIS would launch chemical attacks in the UK
Trump will soon reveal the truth about the alleged Russian hacking
Hacker Interviews – @Docksing
#33C3- Changing travelers flight bookings is really too easy for hackers
Bitcoin passes above $1,000 for first time since 2013
It has happened again, ransomware infected an LG Smart TV
Critical RCE vulnerabilities affect SwiftMailer, PhpMailer and ZendMail
Hacker held open MongoDB databases for ransom
ZeroNet could be a solution against censorship and much more
The case of flying saucer – Highway to the Danger Drone
Kaspersky fixing a serious problem with inspection digital certificates
FBI website hacked by CyberZeist and data leaked online
11GB archive of Top Secret US SOCOM data accidentally leaked
Koolova Ransomware decrypts files if victims read 2 posts about Ransomware
Did someone hack the Brazilian
FireCrypt comes as a malware building kit and includes DDoS code
MM Core APT malware is back, Forcepoint has detected 2 new versions
The Plone community claims the FBI hack is a fake, its a mystery
A fake Super Mario Run for Android is serving the Marcher Banking Trojan
Analyzing a variant of the GM Bot Android malware
President Putin ordered cyber attacks and propaganda to influence US Election
China-Linked DragonOK APT Group continues updating tools and tactics
FTC filed a lawsuit against D-Link over failure to secure its IoT devices

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Pierluigi Paganini

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