Security Affairs newsletter Round 183 – News of the week

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·      Estonia sues Gemalto for 152M euros over flaws in citizen ID cards issued by the company
·      FBI IC3 warns of cyber attacks exploiting Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)
·      Attackers chained three bugs to breach into the Facebook platform
·      Cyber Defense Magazine – October 2018 has arrived. Enjoy it!
·      Expert demonstrated how to access contacts and photos from a locked iPhone XS
·      GhostDNS malware already infected over 100K+ devices and targets 70+ different types of home routers
·      Telegram CVE-2018-17780 flaw causes the leak of IP addresses when initiating calls
·      Adobe security updates for Acrobat fix 86 Vulnerabilities, 46 rated as critical
·      FCA fines Tesco Bank £16.4m over 2016 cyber attack
·      Foxit Reader 9.3 addresses 118 Vulnerabilities, 18 of them rated as critical
·      The ‘Gazorp Azorult Builder emerged from the Dark Web
·      Cyber Defense Magazine Annual Global Edition for 2018 has arrived. Enjoy it!
·      Experts found 9 NAS flaws that expose LenovoEMC, Iomega Devices to hack
·      Hidden Cobra APT used the new ATM cash-out scheme FASTCash to hit banks worldwide
·      New Danabot Banking Malware campaign now targets banks in the U.S.
·      Researchers associated the recently discovered NOKKI Malware to North Korean APT
·      Z-LAB Report – Analyzing the GandCrab v5 ransomware
·      APT38 is behind financially motivated attacks carried out by North Korea
·      Canadian restaurant chain Recipe suffered a network outage, is it a ransomware attack?
·      China planted tiny chips on US computers for cyber espionage
·      CVE-2018-4251 – Apple did not disable Intel Manufacturing Mode in its laptops
·      US offers its cyber warfare defense capabilities to NATO
·      Canada blames Russia for cyber attacks against its structures
·      DHS issued an alert on attacks aimed at Managed Service Providers
·      Experts warns of a new extortion campaign based on the Breach Compilation archive
·      Sales intel firm Apollo data breach exposed more than 200 million contact records
·      US DoJ indicted 7 Russian Intelligence officers for attacking Anti-Doping Organizations
·      Silk Road admin pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges and faces up to 20 years in prison
·      Sony Bravia Smart TVs affected by a critical vulnerability
·      Windows 10 October 2018 Update could cause CCleaner stop working


Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)

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