The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
|· British Airways cancels thousands of flights, there is no evidence of cyber-attacks|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 112 – News of the week|
|· Tainted Leaks – Widespead Russias disinformation campaign hit 39 Countries|
|· Austrian parties SPÖ and ÖVP want Whatsapp monitoring|
|· FileSystem NTFS Bug Crashes Windows 7 and Windows 8.1|
|· Microsoft silently patched a second critical Malware Protection Engine flaw|
|· With Less Than 1 Year To Go Companies Place Different Priorities on GDPR Compliance|
|· FreeRADIUS allows hackers to log in without credentials|
|· The economic impact of cybercrime will reach $8 Trillion by 2022|
|· You can take Shadow Brokers Zero Day Exploit Subscriptions for $21,000 per month|
|· A new report links North Korea to the Lazarus APT Group|
|· A recently discovered Linux flaw could be exploited by Sudo Users to gain Root Privileges|
|· Chrome design flaw allows sites to record Audio/Video without indication|
|· Judy Doesnt Love You – Judy Malware has a sweet name but may have infected 36 million users|
|· #Vault7: CIA Pandemic implant turns file servers into malware infectors|
|· Dark Web users of a child porn website tracked after visiting file sharing site|
|· ISIS Publishes Detailed Guide on How to Use Services Like Craigslist to Lure Non-Believers to Their Death|
|· Top Defense contractor left Pentagon docs unsecured on Amazon server|
|· Crowdfunding initiative aims to buy Shadow Brokers leak before threat actors|
|· Data Breach – OneLogin Password Manager Hacked|
|· President Putin blames Patriotic Russian hackers for recent Election attacks|
|· The Fireball malware already infected more than 250 million computers worldwide running both Windows and Mac OS|
|· Jaff Ransomware campaigns linked to a black marketplace|
|· NSA Exploit EternalBlue is becoming even common in hacking tools and malware|
|· Unsecure Hadoop Distributed File System installs 5 PB of Data|
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