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Security Affairs newsletter Round 82 – News of the week

2016-10-16 12:05

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!

Cisco warns of critical vulnerabilities in CISCO Nexus switches
Authorities warn of cyber threat related to malicious ‘Hurricane Matthew emails
Also Spotify in the list of services victim of a malvertising campaign
Security Affairs newsletter Round 81 – News of the week
Breaking the Microsoft JEA technology to hack a system
The fall of the Encryptor RaaS also thanks to Shodan
Reverse engineering a Smarter Coffee machine for fun and a security lesson
Apple Watches banned from UK cabinet meetings to prevent eavesdropping
Shocking, a German nuclear plant suffered a disruptive cyber attack
The France TV5Monde was almost destroyed by the Russian APT28 group
MITRE will award $50,000 for a solution that detects rogue IoT Devices
StrongPity APT – Waterhole attacks against Italian and Belgian users
Hurry up,fix the CVE-2016-5425 privilege escalation flaw in Apache Tomcat
Inside the DDoS attacks powered by large IoT botnets
ACSC Report – Australian Bureau of Meteorology hacked by foreign spies
Patch Tuesday fixes four Microsoft zero-day flaws exploited in the wild
DXXD Ransomware, displays legal notice and encrypts files on unmapped network shares
Vera Bradley retail chain notifies customers of data breach
Experts observed several malvertising campaigns deliver Cerber 4.0
Bitcoin Wallet Blockchain.info went down due to a DNS Hijacking
Attackers are exploiting a recently patched high-severity DoS flaw in BIND
SonicWALL Email Security appliance flaws could expose corporate emails
Cisco Meeting Server – CVE-2016-6445 flaw allows to impersonate legitimate users
Heres how Tor Project and Mozilla will make harder de-anonymizing Tor users
SSHowDowN Proxy attacks – A 12-Year-Old SSH bug exposes more than 2M IoT Devices
33 million records exposed after the Evony data breach
Exclusive – ELF Linux/NyaDrop, a new IoT threat in the wild
Security experts released an anti-reconnaissance tool dubbed NetCease
Android Acecard banking trojan asks users for selfie with an ID card
58M records dumped from an unsecured DB of the Modern Business Systems

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