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Security Affairs newsletter Round 53 – News of the week

2016-03-27 14:35

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs

Redaction error reveals Feds ordered Lavabit to spy on Snowden
Olympic Vision BEC attacks target businesses worldwide with keyloggers
Security Affairs newsletter Round 52 – News of the week
A iOS zero-day allows iCloud photos and videos decryption
Hackers brought down the websites of principal Swedish Newspapers
Hacking Tesla Model S, too much noise around a great research
An iOS zero-day allows iCloud photos and videos decryption
Coming soon, Denmarks intelligence presents the Danish Hacker Academy
The FBI might be able to crack the San Bernardino terrorists iPhone without Apples help
Google issued an emergency patch for critical CVE-2015-1805 flaw
Brussels explosions, dozens dead after blasts at Zaventem airport and Maalbeek metro
Tor Project and the new anti-tampering measures for its software
Cyber attacks on systems at a water utility, a scaring reality
UPDATED – Brussels explosions, dozens dead after blasts at Zaventem airport and Maalbeek metro
The FBI is investigating ransomware-based attack at Methodist Hospital
Three Syrian Electronic Army Hackers are in the FBI Most Wanted
Badlock, a severe flaw affects every version of Windows and Samba
Israeli Cellebrite firm is helping FBI in cracking San Bernardino shooters iPhone
Chinese hacker admitted hacking US Defense contractors
Patch Java immediately or attackers can hack you
The Apple System Integrity Protection feature bypassed
#OpBrussells Anonymous ‘s revenge on ISIS after Brussels attacks
Seven Iranian Hackers indicted by the US government for hacking
Hackers stole records of 1.5 million customers of Verizon Enterprise
EC Council Website Hacked and used to serve malicious code
Google issued a new security update to fix flaws in Chrome 49
Japan – Police discovered 18 Million Stolen login Credentials
Bruxelles Attacks: Bombers spied a Nuclear Researcher
How to hack surveillance cameras from 70 vendors

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