Security Affairs newsletter Round 176 – News of the week

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·      DNS Hijacking targets Brazilian financial institutions
·      Unsecured AWS S3 Bucket exposed sensitive data on 31,000 GoDaddy servers
·      Apple zero-day exposes macOS to Synthetic Mouse-Click attacks
·      Faxploit – Critical flaws potentially exposes millions of HP OfficeJet Printers to hack
·      Oracle warns of CVE-2018-3110 Critical Vulnerability in Oracle Database product, patch it now!
·      Google tracks users movements even if they have disabled the Location History on devices
·      ICS-CERT warns of critical flaws in NetComm industrial routers
·      Key Reuse opens to attacks on IPsec IKE, Cisco, Huawei, ZyXEL products are affected
·      Adobe August 2018 Patch Tuesday addresses 11 vulnerabilities in its products
·      August 2018 Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes two flaws exploited in attacks in the wild
·      Foreshadow Attacks – experts found 3 new Intel CPU side-channel flaws
·      Hundreds of Instagram accounts were hijacked in a coordinated attack
·      Cyber Defense Magazine – August 2018 has arrived. Enjoy it!
·      PhishPoint Phishing Attack – A new technique to Bypass Microsoft Office 365 Protections
·      Piping botnet: Researchers warns of possible cyberattacks against urban water services
·      SAP Security Notes August 2018, watch out for SQL Injection
·      An Australian schoolboy hacked into Apple Servers and stole 90GB of secure files
·      Black Hat 2018 – Expert demonstrated a new PHP code execution attack
·      Cosmos Bank – Hackers stole Rs 94 crore ($13.5 million) in just in 2 days
·      CVE-2018-14023 – Recovering expired messages from Signal
·      Linux Kernel Project rolled out security updates to fix two DoS vulnerabilities
·      2.6 billion records exposed in 2,308 disclosed data breaches in H1
·      Marap modular downloader opens the doors to further attacks


Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)

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