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Security Affairs newsletter Round 77 – News of the week

2016-09-11 11:15

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

First of all let me inform you that at the #infosec16 SecurityAffairs was awarded as The Best European Personal Security Blog
http://securityaffairs.co/wordpress/48202/breaking-news/securityaffairs-best-european-personal-security-blog.html

THANK YOU!

Fake-Game offers a Phishing-as-a-Service platform to wannabe criminals
Security Affairs newsletter Round 76 – News of the week
Dutch Police seized two servers of the VPN provider Perfect Privacy
Hong Kong Government Hacked by APT3 Group before elections
Hacker Interviews – 0xOmar (@0XOMAR1337)
Linux/Mirai ELF, when malware is recycled could be still dangerous
NSO Group, the surveillance firm that could spy on every smartphone
Evidence on hacks of the US State Election Systems suggest Russian origin
NSA EXTRABACON exploit still threatens tens of thousands of CISCO ASA boxes
Rambler.ru data breach, 98.1 million CLEARTEXT passwords leaked online
Porn Brazzersforum hacked, nearly 800,000 Brazzers Accounts Exposed
Major Europols operation against online terrorist propaganda
Pokemon-fan VXer developed the Linux Umbreon rootkit
CSTO Ransomware, a malware that uses UDP and Google Maps
How to sniff credentials from locked laptops via Ethernet adapter on USB
Hacker Interviews – @h0t_p0ppy, the hacktivist
CVE-2016-3862 flaw – Silently hack millions Androids devices with a photo
Russia hacks US systems ‘all the time said Director of National Intelligence
Cross-platform Mokes backdoor OS X exists and is spreading in the wild
Hacker Interviews – The AnonRising IRC collective
President Obama at the G-20 Summit: US has more capacity than anybody, both offensively and defensively
Two alleged members of Crackas With Attitude group arrested for hacking US Gov Officials
Now you can buy USB Kill that could fry your PC via USB
Chrome will mark HTTP connections to websites as non-secure from January 2017
Over 33 Million QIP.ru accounts hacked compromised in an old data breach
Doctor Web discovers the first Linux Trojan that is written in Rust language
Hacker Interviews – Speaking with Francisco Moraga aka @BTshell
CVE-2016-6399 – CISCO disclosed unpatched flaw in ACE products

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Pierluigi Paganini

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