Security Affairs newsletter Round 115 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini June 18, 2017

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

·      Critical kernel command line injection flaw found in Motorola handsets MOTO G4, G5
·      Police seized two Tor relays investigating WannaCry attack, others disappeared in the same period
·      US Defense is working on new multifactor authentication systems
·      Analyzing the attack landscape of the Dark Web. There is no honor among thieves.
·      Egypt blocks dozens of websites including ‘Medium without any official announcement
·      Experts spotted Industroyer ICS Malware and linked it to Ukraine Power Outage
·      MacRansom: The first Mac ransomware offered as a RaaS Service
·      Emerging Matrix Banker Trojan is targeting banks in Latin America
·      ICS Companies Are Worried About Cybersecurity, But Are They Worried About the Right Things?
·      Israeli Intelligence spotted IS plans for Laptop Bomb
·      Weaponize a Mouse with WHID Injector for Fun & W00t
·      Adobe patches tens of vulnerabilities in Flash Player, Shockwave Player, Captivate and Digital Editions
·      Joint Technical Alert published by DHS and FBI warns of North Koreas Hidden Cobra APT
·      MACSPY – Remote Access Trojan as a service on Dark web
·      Microsoft patches two critical remote code execution (RCE) flaws that have been exploited in attacks
·      CashCrate Cash-for-Surveys Site breached, 6 Million accounts stolen
·      European police target anti-malware detection services and their customers
·      Thailand: police raided massive click farms with more 500k SIM cards
·      Victims of Jaff Ransomware now can decrypt their locked files for free thanks to Kaspersky
·      Wikileaks revealed CIA Cherry Blossom framework for hacking Wireless devices
·      A New malware dubbed dvmap for android was found and removed from play store
·      False Flag Attack on Multi Stage Delivery of Malware to Italian Organisations
·      New Code-injecting SOREBRECT Fileless Ransomware detected in the wild
·      Nmap 7.50 released with many significant improvements
·      Rapid7 report millions of endpoints exposed via SMB, Telnet Ports
·      Buckle Inc. confirmed credit card breach at its stores
·      Hacker pleaded guilty to stealing satellite data from US DoD
·      With this PHP rootkit you can take over a server hiding it in PHP server modules

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Pierluigi Paganini

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