Security Affairs newsletter Round 180 – News of the week

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·      Domestic Kitten – An Iranian surveillance operation under the radar since 2016
·      The main source of infection on ICS systems was the internet in H1 2018
·      A growing number of iOS apps collect and sell location data
·      Chinese LuckyMouse APT has been using a digitally signed network filtering driver in recent attacks
·      Fallout exploit kit appeared in the threat landscape in malvertising campaigns
·      GAO Report shed the lights on the failures behind the Equifax hack
·      Mirai and Gafgyt target Apache Struts and SonicWall to hit enterprises
·      Adobe Patch Tuesday for September 2018 fixes 10 flaws in Flash Player and ColdFusion
·      MageCart crime gang is behind the British Airways data breach
·      Other 3,700 MikroTik Routers compromised in cryptoJacking campaigns
·      Trend Micro Apps removed from Mac App Store after being caught exfiltrating user data
·      Zerodium disclose exploit for NoScript bug in version 7 of Tor Browser
·      Cyber Defense Magazine – September 2018 has arrived. Enjoy it!
·      Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates for September 2018 also address recently disclosed Windows zero-day
·      Researchers show how to clone Tesla S Key Fobs in a few seconds
·      September 2018 Security Notes address a total of 14 flaws in SAP products
·      Cobalt crime gang is using again CobInt malware in attacks on former soviet states
·      Flaws in firmware expose almost any modern PC to Cold Boot Attacks
·      ICS CERT warns of several flaws Fuji Electric Fuji Electric V-Server
·      ICS CERT warns of several flaws in Fuji Electric V-Server
·      New PyLocky Ransomware stands out for anti-machine learning capability
·      Iran-Linked OilRig APT group targets high-ranking office in a Middle Eastern nation
·      Kelihos botmaster pleads guilty in U.S. District Court in Connecticut
·      Operator at kayo.moe found a 42M Record Credential Stuffing Data ready to use
·      China-linked APT10 group behind new attacks on the Japanese media sector
·      Dutch expelled two Russian spies over hack plan on Swiss lab working on Skripal case
·      Experts disclose a Webroot SecureAnywhere macOS Kernel Level bug found months ago


Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)


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