The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
|· BAE Systems accused of selling mass surveillance software Evident across the Middle East
|· Facebook inadvertently revealed moderators identities to suspected terrorists
|· Kasperagent malware used in a new campaign leveraging Palestine-Themed decoy files
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 115 – News of the week
|· Canada CSE warns of cyber attacks against next 2019 Election
|· DRA firm left 1.1 TB of data unsecured on an Amazon S3, 198 million US voter records exposed
|· Pinkslipbot banking Trojan exploiting infected machines as control servers
|· Rufus malware used to empty ATMs running outdated OS in India
|· Mexican Government was spying on Journalists and Activists with Pegasus Surveillance software
|· Stack Clash vulnerability allows an attacker to execute code as root
|· TrickBot gang is back with new campaigns targeting Payment Processors and CRM Providers
|· Two Ztorg Trojans Removed from Google Play Store Are Definitely Better
|· Cisco Talos releases the BASS open source malware signature generator
|· National Security Agency opens the NSA Github Account that already lists 32 Projects
|· South Korean hosting provider NAYANA infected by Erebus ransomware, it paid $1 Million to crooks
|· Three years ago ProtonMail was launched. Today, it is launching ProtonVPN
|· Attackers can exploit electronic cigarettes to hack computers
|· Brutal Kangaroo is the CIA tool suite for hacking Air-Gapped Networks
|· Drupal fixes the CVE-2017-6922 flaw exploited in spam campaigns in the wild
|· Honda halted production in a factory after finding WannaCry traces in its networks
|· Experts devised the GhostHook Attack technique to bypass Windows 10 PatchGuard Protections
|· OpenVPN fixed several remotely exploitable flaws that were not detected by recent audits
|· Two men suspected of being part of international plot to hack Microsoft networks
|· UK politicians login credentials up for sale in the dark web
|· 32TB of Windows 10 internal builds and portions of core source code leaked online
|· Stealing AES-256 keys in seconds using €200 of off-the-shelf components
|· The CIA was aware of Putins order to support the Trump Presidential campaign candidacy
|· US intelligence claims Russian hackers probed electoral networks in 21 US states
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