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Security Affairs newsletter Round 128 – News of the week

2017-09-18 00:05

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

·      Crooks leverage Facebook CDN servers to bypass security solutions
·      Mexican tax refund MoneyBack site exposed 400GB of sensitive customer data
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·      Apache Foundation rejects allegation Equifax hackers exploited CVE-2017-9805 in Struts
·      Expert disclosed 10 zero-day vulnerabilities in D-Link DIR 850L wireless routers
·      Hackers can remotely access Smiths Medical Syringe Infusion Pumps to kill patients
·      Toast Overlay attacks, a Cloak and Dagger with No Permissions, fixed by Google
·      Billions of mobile, desktop and IoT devices potentially exposed to BlueBorne Attack
·      Brute Force 900k + Attempts on a New Server
·      MongoDB improves security amid new wave of ransom-attacks
·      Spain – Facebook slapped with €1.2M fine for violating data protection regulations
·      Adobe patches only two critical vulnerabilities in Flash Player in September
·      Bashware attack, how to run Linux malware on Windows systems
·      September Patch Tuesday, patch your Windows now to avoid ugly surprises
·      Kaspersky Lab solutions banned from US government agencies
·      Thousands of Elasticsearch installs compromised to host PoS Malware
·      Zerodium is offers $1 Million for Tor Browser Exploits
·      Backdoored Display Widgets Plugin potentially affects 200,000 WordPress installs abusing them to spam content
·      CVE-2017-5638 Apache Struts vulnerability is the root cause behind Equifax data breach
·      Premium SMS malware EXPENSIVEWALL infected millions of Android handsets
·      Equifax- or the new gold standard for how not to do Incident Response!
·      Hackers are offering Equifax data for sale, but they are scammers
·      OurMine hacked Vevo and leaked 3.12 TB internal files, then delete them

Once again thank you!

Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)

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