The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|· ELF_IMEIJ, a new Linux malware is spreading in the wild|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 103 – News of the week|
|· Flaws in MAC address randomization implemented by vendors allow mobile tracking|
|· CHIPSEC, Intel Security releases detection tool also for CIA EFI rootkits|
|· Michael Hastings crash, incident or assassination? New doubts after Wikiliaks Vault 7 leak|
|· Michael Hastings crash, incident or assassination? New doubts after Wikileaks Vault 7 leak|
|· The CVE-2017-5638 Apache Struts 2 command execution flaw affects Cisco products|
|· New variant of the macOS Proton RAT advertised on Russian cybercrime underground|
|· Facebook and Instagram will not allow developers from scanning social media profiles for surveillance|
|· Crooks hijack Magento Realex Payments extension to steal payment card data|
|· Canadian agency breached as hackers exploit CVE-2017-5638 flaw in Apache Struts 2|
|· UK NCSC warns of cyber attacks powered by Russia against the political system|
|· Security updates fix critical vulnerabilities in Flash player and Shockwave player|
|· Mac users enjoy, FindZip macOS Ransomware decryption tool is available online for free|
|· PetrWrap, a Petya-based ransomware, was used in targeted attacks|
|· Turkey vs Holland – Hackers broke into Twitter CounterApp to hijack hundreds of High-Profile Accounts|
|· Just one picture would have used to take over WhatsApp and Telegram accounts|
|· Two Russian former FSB agents and two hackers indicted for 2014 Yahoo data breach|
|· New MajikPOS Malware targets users in across North America and Canada|
|· Privacy Guard – Lets evaluate privacy risks caused by the apps installed on our device|
|· Drupal version 8.2.7 address multiple vulnerabilities in the current version of the popular CMS|
|· CVE-2017-2636 Linux kernel flaw was spotted after seven years and quickly fixed|
|· Welcome to Pwn2Own 2017 – Researchers hacked Adobe Reader, Edge, Ubuntu, and Safari|
|· New APT Campaign based on Poison Ivy RAT with C&C in China has been reversed by MalwareMustDie|
|· Who is spying on communications in the Washington area? A rogue state is suspected of mass surveillance|
|· Global DDoS Threat Landscape Q4 2016 – US, UK and Netherlands top attacked countries|
|· Symantec blames North Korean Lazarus APT group for recent attacks on banks|
|· WikiLeaks will disclose CIA exploits to tech companies under specific conditions|
|· Fappening 2.0 – More explicit pictures of celebrities leaked online|
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