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Security Affairs newsletter Round 120 – News of the week

2017-07-24 00:05

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

·      Crooks used Infrared insert skimmers in a recent wave of ATM attacks
·      Did you receive a WhatsApp subscription ending email or text? Watch out!
·      Hackshit PhaaS platform, even more easy to power Phishing campaigns
·      Security Affairs newsletter Round 119 – News of the week
·      Ashley Madison agrees to an $11.2 Million settlement for a 2015 massive data breach
·      For the second time in the year, experts found a flaw in Cisco WebEx Extension
·      Russian nation-state actors blamed for cyber attacks against Irish energy networks
·      SMS Phishing induces victims to photograph its own token card
·      Whats new after the AlphaBay Market Shutdown in the darkweb?
·      Android Backdoor GhostCtrl can spy on victims and take over Windows Systems
·      Hacker steals $7 Million in Ethereum from CoinDash in just 3 minutes
·      Lithuania to extradite the man responsible for 100M email scam against Google and Facebook
·      Two CryptoMix Ransomware variants emerged in a few days
·      IntelliAV: Toward the Feasibility of Building Intelligent Anti-Malware on Android Devices
·      Oracle July 2017 Critical Patch Update addresses record-breaking 308 issues
·      SHELLBIND IoT malware targets NAS devices exploiting SambaCry flaw
·      Wikileaks: CIA tasked Raytheon for analyzing TTPs used by threat actors in the wild
·      A bug in Gnome pic parser can be exploited to run malicious VBScripts
·      Black Hat is coming and with it a good reason to update your Broadcom-based devices
·      DDoS Tools availability Online, a worrisome trend
·      How to hack a Segway Ninebot miniPRO hoverboard in 20 seconds
·      Huge blow to the criminal underground in the dark web, authorities shut down AlphaBay and Hansa black marketplaces
·      Tor launches Bug Bounty Program, hackers can earn between $2,000 and $4,000 for high severity flaws
·      DarkHotel APT group leverages new methods to target politicians
·      Microsoft sued Fancy Bear to gain control of the domains used in the cyber espionage campaigns
·      Modified versions of Nukebot Trojan spotted in wild after code leak
·      A Russian man involved in the development and maintenance of Citadel was sentenced to five years in prison
·      Lloyds of London: A massive cyber attack could cause an average of $53 billion of economic losses
·      Russias Duma has approved the bill to prohibit tools used to surf outlawed websites
·      Stantinko botnet was undetected for at least 5 years while infecting half a million systems

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