Security Affairs newsletter Round 154 – News of the week

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The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

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·      Governments rely on Sandvine network gear to deliver spyware and miners
·      Hacking Team is back … probably it never stopped its activity. Watch Out!
·      China-Linked APT15 used new backdoors in attack against UK Governments service provider
·      Cryptocurrency mining operations target Windows Server, Redis and Apache Solr servers online
·      Kaspersky – Sofacy ‘s campaigns overlap with other APT groups operations
·      The South America connection and the leadership on ATM Malware development
·      13 Vulnerabilities in Hanwha SmartCams Demonstrate Risks of Feature Complexity
·      A critical flaw in Credential Security Support Provider protocol (CredSSP) affects all versions of Windows
·      MOSQUITO attack allows to exfiltrates data from Air-Gapped computers via leverage connected speakers
·      Samba fixed two critical vulnerabilities, update your version as soon as possible
·      Study confirms the trade of code-signing certificates is a flourishing business
·      13 Critical flaws and exploitable backdoors found in various AMD chips
·      March 2018 SAP Security Patch Day addresses decade-old vulnerabilities
·      OceanLotus APT is very active, it used new Backdoor in recent campaigns
·      Whats new in Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates for March 2018?
·      Experts discovered a new tiny Pos Malware dubbed Pinkkite
·      Qrypter RAT hits 243 organizations worldwide in February
·      The RottenSys botnet is already composed of nearly 5 million Android devices
·      VPN leaks affect 3 Major VPN vendors, only Hotspot Shield promptly fixed it
·      GandCrab ransomware evolves thanks to an AGILE development process
·      Hackers can elevate privileges by hacking into popular text editors
·      Hacking SAP CRM by chaining 2 vulnerabilities in SAP NetWeaver AS Java
·      Mossack Fonseca law firm shuts down operations 2 years after Panama Papers
·      Chinese APT Group TEMP.Periscope targets US Engineering and Maritime Industries
·      Hackers awarded $267,000 at Pwn2Own 2018, was far less than in the past editions
·      Popular Hacker Adrian Lamo, known for the case Chelsea Manning, is dead
·      VMware addresses a DoS flaw in Workstation and Fusion products

Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)


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