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Security Affairs newsletter Round 87 – News of the week

2016-11-20 18:30

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!

Donald Trump will control the NSA – what this means for your privacy
Pawn Storm APT conducted spear-phishing attacks before zero-days was fixed
BlackNurse attack, how to knock big servers offline with a laptop
Security Affairs newsletter Round 86 – News of the week
AdultFriendFinder company data breach exposes 412 million accounts
Russia is going to ban LinkedIn after court ruling. Whats next?
Were the Recent Arrests in Ohio Part of ISIS Catastrophic Plan for the US?
The hacker Kapustkiy continues to target embassies and universities
NIST Small Business Information Security guide for Small businesses
CVE-2016-7461 code execution flaw affects VMware Workstation
Ransomware: How to recover your encrypted files, the last guide.
CrySis ransomware decryption keys published online
Experts spotted a secret backdoor in Android phones that sends data to China
Hacker behind Spamhaus attack will not spend any time in the jail
The Carbanak gang is now targeting the healthcare industry
CVE-2016-4484 Hold down the Enter key for 70 sec to gain a Linux Root shell
OurMine hackers hacked Mark Zuckerbergs online accounts for the second time
PoisonTap hacking tool can compromise any password-protected PC
The Carbanak gang is now targeting the hospitality industry
CryptoLuck Ransomware spread through the RIG-E Exploit Kit
Hacker Interview – Kapustkiy
How to Bypass iPhone Passcode and access personal data on the device
Three Mobile cyber data breach, six million customers private data at risk
Drupal releases security updates to fix four vulnerabilities in versions 7, 8
Are you an iPhone user? Your call history is uploaded on iCloud too
Kapustkiy breached an Italian Government website, exposing 9,000 of 45,000 records
Mirai botnet leverages STOMP Protocol to power DDoS attacks
How the Mirai botnet hacks a security camera in a few seconds
GeekedIn service exposed 8 million GitHub profiles online

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Once again thank you!

Pierluigi Paganini

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