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Security Affairs newsletter Round 25– Best of the week from best sources

2015-09-06 15:40

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! Every week the best security articles from the best sources free for you in your email box.

Report: How Iranian hackers attempt to takeover your Gmail
How Employees Become Pawns for Hackers
Point-of-Sale Payment Security
Teenagers arrested after using the Lizard Squad DDoS tool
Friday beers scam up 240 percent, inflicts $1.2 billion in damages
Cisco ISE carries HTML authentication bug
Photos Leaked! Heres Top Features Expected in Next iPhone Release
PowerMemory, how to extract credentials present in files and memory
Ruskie ICS hacker drops nine holes in popular Siemens power plant kit
Jihadist hacker Junaid Hussain Killed in a targeted air strike
Linux Foundation releases PARANOID internal infosec guide
Uber Hires Car Hackers Charlie Miller, Chris Valasek
Corebot is the new data Stealer discovered by IBm’s X-Force
KeyRaider: iOS Malware targets over 225,000 Apple accounts
Vulnerability Allowed Hackers to Hijack Smartsheet Accounts
Taking A Break From Research To Accelerate Startups: SSC 2015
NSA bulk call records collection extended for last time
FBI issues supplier scam warning to businesses
Teen jailed for supporting ISIS on Twitter
Russian-speaking hackers breach 97 websites, many of them dating ones
Car Hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek will work at Uber
Data Breaches by the Numbers
Weaponized Drones For Police Now Legal In North Dakota
China and Russia cross-referencing OPM data, other hacks to out US spies
ORX Locker, the new Darknet Ransomware-as-a-service platform
Microsoft accused of adding spy features to Windows 7, 8
MassVet finds unknown malicious apps in app stores in 10 Sec
GPU Malware Not Difficult to Detect: Intel
Shifu Trojan Targets Japanese Banks
Dozens dating websites got breached by Russian hackers
Tango Down, NCA website offline after Lizard Squad attack
Report: Ransomware Jumped 58 Percent in Q2
Malware Pre-Installed On Over Two-Dozen Android Smartphone Brands
Shifu, a dangerous Banking Trojan is Attacking Japanese Banks
Study: 81% of large health care organizations breached
Rocket kitten and Cyber Espionage – Targeting individuals for geopolitical purposes
French hacker besmuts road sign right under Les Plods noses
Turkey cites crypto software find in terror charges against TV crew
Hacking Baby Monitors is dramatically easy
Chinas Great Cannon: The Great Firewalls More Aggressive Partner
BIND Updates Patch Two Critical Vulnerabilities
Malvertising attack menaces Match.com users with tainted love
Dark Web intelligence pro and cons
Seagate Patches Vulnerabilities in Wireless Hard Drives
Critical OS X flaw could be exploited to steal data from Keychain
Stingray stung: FBI told get a warrant
Pwn2Own Tokyo hacking contest trashed, US export rules blamed
Sony Reaches Agreement With Former Employees Over Hack
Match com, millions online daters at risk due to a malvertising campaign
Cisco Patches Flaw in Data Center Management Products
Barclays creates its own red team to attack its systems to find flaws
Hacker chancer looking for $500,000 after offering Clinton emails for auction
Some Uber ride data is publicly accessible through Google
Citing Wassenaar, HP Pulls out of Mobile Pwn2Own
Sophisticated webinjects ‘tailored’ to beat bank security
Cyber Intelligence: Competitive Intelligence By Any Other Name…
Fake vouchers and WhatsApp: Analyzing a new scam trend
Fake recruiters on LinkedIn spy on security experts
Apple to build Fuel Cell Battery that Could Power iPhones and Macbooks for Weeks
Extorting money from Ashley Madison customers is actually pretty easy
A PayPal stored XSS vulnerability exposed users to hack
Pwn2Own Tokyo hacking contest trashed, export rules blamed

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Once again thank you!

Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter, SecurityAffairs)

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