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|· Following recent mass demonstration, Iran Infy group may attempt to target protesters and their foreign contacts|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 144 – News of the week|
|· Spear phishing attacks already targeting Pyeongchang Olympic Games|
|· BlackBerry Mobile Website hacked, crooks installed a Coinhives code to mine Monero|
|· Experts found a strain of the Zeus banking Trojan spread through a legitimate developers website|
|· Microsoft KB4056892 Meltdown/Spectre patch bricks AMD Athlon-powered machines|
|· Trend Micro spotted 36 malicious apps advertised as security tools in Google Play|
|· Trend Micro spotted 36 malicious apps advertised as security tools spotted in Google Play|
|· US National Security Agency Director Admiral Mike Rogers to Retire|
|· Apple released patches to fix Spectre flaws in Safari, macOS, and iOS|
|· Dell EMC fixes 3 zero-day vulnerabilities in Data Protection Appliance products|
|· Experts spotted Monero cryptominer sending currency to North Korean University|
|· Microsoft: Meltdown and Spectre patches could cause noticeable performance slowdowns|
|· Wi-Fi Alliance launches WPA2 enhancements and announced WPA3|
|· Electrum patches a critical flaw that exposed Bitcoin Wallets to hack since 2016|
|· January 2018 Patch Tuesday security updates fix a zero-day vulnerability in MS Office|
|· New Malware Dubbed LockPos Introduces New Injection Technique To Avoid Detection|
|· Turla APT groups espionage campaigns now employs Adobe Flash Installer and ingenious social engineering|
|· VirusTotal presents the visualization tool ‘VirusTotal Graph|
|· A security issue in WhatsApp potentially allows attackers to eavesdrop on encrypted Group chats|
|· CSE Malware ZLab – Double Process Hollowing -The stealth process injection of the new Ursnif malware|
|· Italian researcher discovered that Gmail shutdown after sending a Zalgo text|
|· A flaw in macOS High Sierra allows to unlock the App Store Preferences without password|
|· Is the INSCOM (U.S. Army Intelligence & Security Command) working on a PSYOPS software?|
|· Never too late, Skype supports end-to-end encryption for new Private Conversations feature|
|· Security issue in Intels Active Management Technology (AMT) allows to gain full remote access to corporate devices|
|· Game of Drones – Researchers devised a technique to detect drone surveillance|
|· Mobile App Flaws of SCADA ICS Systems Could Allow Hackers To Target Critical Infrastructe|
|· New MaMi Malware targets macOS systems and changes DNS settings|
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