Security Affairs newsletter Round 46 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini February 07, 2016

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The best news of the week with Security Affairs

New docs confirm CIA planned to kidnap Snowden
Now VirusTotal can scan your firmware image for bad executables
Security Affairs newsletter Round 45 – News of the week
27% of all detected malware appeared in 2015
Dozens of games infected with Xiny available on the Google Play
Facebook XSS could have allowed attackers to take over users accounts
JSPatch hot patching technique puts iOS users at risk
Audit shows Department of Homeland Security 6 billion U.S. Dollar firewall not so effective against hackers
NASA hacked by AnonSec that hijacked a $222m Global Hawk drone
Default conf on Apache Web servers can de-anonymize your hidden service
DropboxCache Backdoor, a new Cross-Platform threat
On Friday, United Nation can decide that Assange is being illegally detained
A severe vulnerability affects eBay, be careful to phishing attacks
Cybersecurity Operational Tests And Assessments – US Defence cant check F-35 data due to insecure systems
Comodo Chromodo Secure Internet Browser exposes you at risks
Europol, a new move against terrorism and money laundering
Former DoE worker was hacking to steal nuclear secrets and resell them
ISISs Afaaq Electronic Foundation (AEF) spreads awareness on anti-surveillance tools
Malwarebytes is working hard to fix flaws in its antivirus
Safe Harbor replaced with Privacy Shield
Do you have a Netgear ProSAFE NMS300? Here you are the exploit to hack it
Someone has pwned the Dridex botnet serving the Avira Antivirus
Australian NSW Government Department of Resources and Energy under attack. Is it Chinese cyber espionage?
Emergency. Hundreds of compromised WordPress sites serve TeslaCrypt ransomware
Researchers spotted a new OS X scareware campaign
US and UK mutual agreement on wiretap orders and search warrants
The UN panel rules Julian Assange is in arbitrary detention

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