The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|· Metasploit team released Metasploit Vulnerable Services Emulator|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 102 – News of the week|
|· Hackers who breached Barts NHS Trust exploited a zero-day vulnerability|
|· A flaw in Slack app allowed hackers to take over a user account|
|· Chris Vickery announced a 1.37 billion records data leak to disclose on Monday|
|· The total potential loss for financial services globally is estimated at £8 billion|
|· A bug in Twitter allowed hackers to access to locked accounts until October|
|· FCC gives full powers to US ISPs, they can sell users data without consent|
|· Kaspersky Lab discovered a new sophisticated Shamoon-Linked malware dubbed StoneDrill|
|· The 1.4 Billion records recently leaked come from the DB of the Worlds Biggest Spam Networks|
|· WordPress 4.7.3 is out to fix 6 security issues, but CSRF flaw remains unpatched|
|· WikiLeaks releases documents detailing CIA hacking tools and capabilities|
|· Serious flaws in Western Digital My Cloud NAS devices allow attackers to fully control them|
|· Wikileaks CIA Files – What this means for Internet security and encryption|
|· Dahua Video Recorders and Cameras affected by a serious flaw. Is it a backdoor?|
|· How to Browse The Internet Securely And Anonymously|
|· Wikileaks Vault7: CIA Umbrage team, the factory of false flag ops|
|· Patch Apache Struts 2 Now! Hackers are exploiting a remote code execution zero-day in the wild|
|· Do you want your own IoT botnet? 185,000+ Wi-Fi-connected cameras are open to hack|
|· Researchers discovered severe flaws in the Confide which is also used by White House staffers|
|· Middle East Government organizations hit with RanRan Ransomware|
|· 640,000 stolen PlayStation accounts being sold on the Dark Web|
|· CIA replies to WikiLeaks Vault7 Leak, it is operating to protect Americans|
|· Ennetcom – Dutch Police confirmed to have decrypted BlackBerry PGP messages in a criminal case|
|· WikiLeaks is working with software makers on Zero-Days included in the Vault7 dump|
|· Check Point experts spotted pre-Installed Android Malware on 38 Android devices|
|· Danish-speaking users hit by malware spread via Dropbox links|
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