Security Affairs newsletter Round 175 – News of the week

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

Let me inform you that my new book, “Digging in the Deep Web” is online with a special deal

20% discount

Kindle Edition

Paper Copy

Digging The Deep Web

Once again thank you!

·      A malware paralyzed TSMC plants where also Apple produces its devices
·      Do Businesses Know When Theyre Using Unethical Data?
·      Russian troll factory suspected to be behind the attack against Italian President Mattarella
·      Salesforce warns of API error that exposed Marketing data
·      Tech Support Scams improved with adoption of Call Optimization Service
·      Dept. of Energy announced the Liberty Eclipse exercise to test electrical grid against cyber attacks
·      Fortnite APK is coming soon, but it will not be available on the Google Play Store
·      TCM Bank: website misconfiguration exposed applicant data for 16 months
·      ZombieBoy, a new Monero miner that allows to earn $1,000 on a monthly basis
·      Duo Security created open tools and techniques to identify large Twitter botnet
·      Group-IB experts record a massive surge of user data leaks form cryptocurrency exchanges
·      HP releases firmware updates for two critical RCE flaws in Inkjet Printers
·      TSMC Chip Maker confirms its facilities were infected with WannaCry ransomware
·      GitHub started warning users when adopting compromised credentials
·      Hacking WiFi Password in a few steps using a new attack on WPA/WPA2
·      Ramnit is back and contributes in creating a massive proxy botnet, tracked as ‘Black botnet
·      Snapchat source Code leaked after an iOS update exposed it
·      BIND DNS software includes a security feature that could be abused to cause DoS condition
·      DeepLocker – AI-powered malware are already among us
·      Researchers find vulnerabilities in WhatsApp that allow to spread Fake News via group chats
·      Security expert discovered a bug that affects million Kaspersky VPN users
·      Social Mapper – Correlate social media profiles with facial recognition
·      The analysis of the code reuse revealed many links between North Korea malware
·      Experts explained how to hack macs in enterprises through MDM
·      Group-IB: The Shadow Market Is Flooded with Cheap Mining Software
·      Quiet Skies, TSA surveillance program targets Ordinary U.S. Citizens

 



Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)


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Security Affairs newsletter Round 175 – News of the week

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

Let me inform you that my new book, “Digging in the Deep Web” is online with a special deal

20% discount

Kindle Edition

Paper Copy

Digging The Deep Web

Once again thank you!

·      A malware paralyzed TSMC plants where also Apple produces its devices
·      Do Businesses Know When Theyre Using Unethical Data?
·      Russian troll factory suspected to be behind the attack against Italian President Mattarella
·      Salesforce warns of API error that exposed Marketing data
·      Tech Support Scams improved with adoption of Call Optimization Service
·      Dept. of Energy announced the Liberty Eclipse exercise to test electrical grid against cyber attacks
·      Fortnite APK is coming soon, but it will not be available on the Google Play Store
·      TCM Bank: website misconfiguration exposed applicant data for 16 months
·      ZombieBoy, a new Monero miner that allows to earn $1,000 on a monthly basis
·      Duo Security created open tools and techniques to identify large Twitter botnet
·      Group-IB experts record a massive surge of user data leaks form cryptocurrency exchanges
·      HP releases firmware updates for two critical RCE flaws in Inkjet Printers
·      TSMC Chip Maker confirms its facilities were infected with WannaCry ransomware
·      GitHub started warning users when adopting compromised credentials
·      Hacking WiFi Password in a few steps using a new attack on WPA/WPA2
·      Ramnit is back and contributes in creating a massive proxy botnet, tracked as ‘Black botnet
·      Snapchat source Code leaked after an iOS update exposed it
·      BIND DNS software includes a security feature that could be abused to cause DoS condition
·      DeepLocker – AI-powered malware are already among us
·      Researchers find vulnerabilities in WhatsApp that allow to spread Fake News via group chats
·      Security expert discovered a bug that affects million Kaspersky VPN users
·      Social Mapper – Correlate social media profiles with facial recognition
·      The analysis of the code reuse revealed many links between North Korea malware
·      Experts explained how to hack macs in enterprises through MDM
·      Group-IB: The Shadow Market Is Flooded with Cheap Mining Software
·      Quiet Skies, TSA surveillance program targets Ordinary U.S. Citizens

 



Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)


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