Security Affairs newsletter Round 178 – News of the week

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The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

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·      Personal details of 37,000 Eir customers exposed after the theft of a laptop
·      USBHarpoon a look-like charging cable that can hack into your computer
·      Android mobile devices from 11 vendors are exposed to AT Commands attacks
·      Experts warn of possible attacks after PoC code for CVE-2018-11776 Struts flaw was published
·      Google researcher found Fortnite Android App vulnerable to Man-in-the-Disk attacks
·      Critical Apache Struts flaw CVE-2018-11776 exploited in attacks in the wild
·      Expert publicly disclosed exploit code for Windows Task Scheduler Zero-Day
·      Iran-linked COBALT DICKENS group targets universities in new phishing campaign
·      Security firm attributes Cosmos Bank cyberheist to Lazarus APT
·      Cryptocurrency Platform Atlas Quantum hacked, 260k users impacted
·      CVE-2018-15919 username enumeration flaw affects OpenSSH Versions Since 2011
·      Data of 130 Million hotel chain guests offered for 8 BTC on Dark Web
·      Experts published a PoC code for Intel Management Engine JTAG flaw
·      The Rise of an Overlooked Crime – Cyberstalking
·      4-year old Misfortune Cookie vulnerability threatens Capsule Technologies medical gateway device
·      Air Canada data breach – 20,000 users of its mobile app affected
·      What the Blockchain Taught Us about IT Security
·      BusyGasper spyware remained undetected for two years while spying Russians
·      Federal prosecutors indicted a 20-year-old man who built the Satori botnet
·      Hacking The Hacker. Stopping a big botnet targeting USA, Canada and Italy
·      What Happens to Whistleblowers After They Blow the Whistle?
·      Cobalt cybercrime gang targets Russian and Romanian banks
·      Fappening case – Another hacker who leaked celebrities naked photos was sentenced to 8 months in prison
·      Third-Party researchers released micropatch for recently disclosed Windows Zero-Day


Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)

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