Security Affairs newsletter Round 181 – News of the week

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Cyber attack took offline flight display screens at the Bristol Airport
Feedify cloud service architecture compromised by MageCart crime gang
Researcher devised a new CSS & HTML attack that causes iPhone reboot or freezes Macs
EOSBet Gambling application hacked, crooks stole $200,000 worth of EOS
Google Android team found high severity flaw in Honeywell Android-based handheld computers
Greek authorities approved extradition of Russian hacker Alexander Vinnik to Russia
One year later BlueBorne disclosure, over 2 Billion devices are still vulnerable
A flaw in Alpine Linux could allow executing arbitrary code
Amazon is investigating allegations that its staff is selling customer data
Cracked Windows installations are serially infected with EternalBlue exploit code
New XBash malware combines features from ransomware, cryptocurrency miners, botnets, and worms
NSO mobile Pegasus Spyware used in operations in 45 countries
Access to over 3,000 compromised sites sold on Russian black marketplace MagBo
Dissecting the first Gafgyt bot implementing the Non Un-Packable NUP technique
Evolution of threat landscape for IoT devices – H1 2018
Flaw in Western Digital My Cloud exposes the content to hackers
Mirai authors avoid the jail by helping US authorities in other investigations
Adobe issued a critical out-of-band patch to address CVE-2018-12848 Acrobat flaw
Magecart cybercrime group stole customers credit cards from Newegg electronics retailer
Sustes Malware: CPU for Monero
US State Department confirms data breach to unclassified email system
Cisco fixes Remote Code Execution flaws in Webex Network Recording Player
Expert disclosed an unpatched zero-day flaw in all supported versions of Microsoft Windows
Hackers stole $60 Million worth of cryptocurrencies from Japanese Zaif exchange
Homebuyers Being Targeted by Money Transfer Scam
DanaBot banking Trojan evolves and now targets European countries
Ngrok Mining Botnet
Operator of Scan4You Malware-Scanning sentenced to 14 Years in prison


Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)

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