Security Affairs newsletter Round 118 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini July 09, 2017

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

·      FBI hacked a US Darknet shopper who tried to purchase Mail Bomb
·      NATO attributed the massive NotPetya attack to a ‘state actor and call for a joint investigation
·      NATO CCD COE attributed the massive NotPetya attack to a ‘state actor and call for a joint investigation
·      Security Affairs newsletter Round 117 – News of the week
·      US-CERT published an alert on the last variant of Petya ransomware, including countermeasures
·      Google employees affected by the Sabre data breach
·      Severe flaws found in German e-Government OSCI 1.2 Communication Library
·      Telegram agrees to register in Russia, but it will not share private data
·      The NotPetya ransomware is a Brick Through Your Windows
·      A fresh massive AdGholas Malvertising campaign infects millions
·      Hacker Interview Mubix Rob Fuller – Security Affairs
·      How to chain flaws in Lenovo VIBE smartphones to gain root privileges
·      Security researchers Crack 1024-bit RSA Encryption in GnuPG Crypto Library
·      Vulnerabilities in Pre-Installed Software expose Dell Systems to hack
·      AV-TEST: The number of malware decreases, but their complexity increases
·      Bithumb, the fourth largest Bitcoin exchange has been hacked
·      Ukrainian cyberpolice seized MeDoc servers while hackers withdrawn Bitcoin from NotPetya wallet
·      Why AA didnt inform customers after a massive data leak
·      AlphaBay Market, one of the largest Dark Web marketplaces is down. Is it an Exit-Scam?
·      CISCO fixed 3 critical issued in Elastic Services Controller and Ultra Services Framework
·      Perl devs fix an important flaw in DBD—MySQL that affects encryption between client and server
·      Risks of hacking attacks: Ransomware – Cryptolocker and tutorials for Italian SMEs in the light of the Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive.
·      Wikileaks: BothanSpy and Gyrfalcon CIA Implants steal SSH Credentials from Windows and Linux OSs
·      BroadPwn potentially expose to hack millions of Android devices using Broadcom Wi-Fi Chip
·      CopyCat Android malware infected 14 Million devices and rooted 8 Million
·      The author of the original Petya ransomware released the master key
·      Tips to Stay Secure on Summer Vacations
·      GMR-2 issues allow satellite phone communications decryption in near real-time
·      Hard Rock and Loews hotel chains notified guests of security breaches
·      Mondelez International and Reckitt warn of economic impact of cyber attack on sales
·      UK Police: Accessing the Darkweb could be a sign of terrorism

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