Security Affairs newsletter Round 147 – News of the week

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·      A hospital victim of a new SamSam Ransomware campaign paid $55,000 ransom
·      OnePlus admitted hackers stole credit card information belonging to up to 40,000 customers
·      Researchers found misconfigured Jenkins servers leaking sensitive data
·      Security Affairs newsletter Round 146 – News of the week
·      CSE CybSec ZLAB Malware Analysis Report – Exclusive, tens of thousands of compromised sites involved in a new massive malvertising campaign
·      Cybersecurity week Round-Up (2018, Week 3)
·      Google awarded Chinese hacker record $112,500 for Android exploit chain
·      Hacker infected pumps at gas-stations in Russia in a profitable fraud scheme
·      Op EvilTraffic CSE CybSec ZLAB Malware Analysis Report – Exclusive, tens of thousands of compromised sites involved in a new massive malvertising campaign
·      Google hacker found a critical flaw in Blizzard Games that expose millions of PCs to DNS Rebinding attacks
·      Intel recommended to stop deploying the current versions of Spectre/Meltdown patches
·      Linus Torvalds calls the Linux Spectre patches UTTER GARBAGE
·      SaaS webservice for Seagates GoFlex Home Storage devices vulnerable to MiTM and XSS
·      Three Sonic apps in the Google Play are leaking data to uncertified servers
·      WordPress plugins and themes vulnerabilities statistics for 2017
·      According to TrendMicro Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks could reach $ 9 billion in 2018
·      Are you a Tinder user? Watch out, someone could spy on you
·      Bell Canada suffers a data breach for the second time in less than a year
·      Critical code execution flaw in Electron framework impacts popular Desktop apps such as Skype and Signal
·      Less than 10% of Gmail users enabled two-factor authentication
·      Satoris threat actors are behind the new Masuta botnet that is targeting routers in the wild
·      A look into the cyber arsenal used by Lazarus APT hackers in recent attacks against financial institutions
·      libcurl has had authentication leak bug dated back to before September 1999
·      Maersk chair revealed its company reinstalled 45,000 PCs and 4,000 Servers after NotPetya Attack
·      New HNS botnet has already compromised more than 20,000 IoT devices
·      Spritecoin ransomware masquerades as cryptocurrency wallet and also harvests victims data
·      Cryptocurrencies Black Friday – Japan-based digital exchange Coincheck hacked
·      Monero Crypto-Currency Mining Operation impacted 30 Million users
·      Stealth CrossRAT malware targets Windows, MacOS, and Linux systems
·      The Dutch intelligence service AIVD ‘hacked Russian Cozy Bear systems for years
·      Cybercriminals are offering for sale infant fullz on the dark web
·      Hurry up, update your Lenovo Fingerprint Manager Pro if you use Windows 7, 8 and 8.1
·      Trend Micro spotted a malvertising campaign abusing Googles DoubleClick to deliver Coinhive Miner

 


Pierluigi Paganini

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