Security Affairs newsletter Round 54 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini April 03, 2016

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The best news of the week with Security Affairs

PETYA ransomware overwrites MBR causing a blue screen of death
VNC Roulette, a web roulette for random easy to hack PCs
Security Affairs newsletter Round 53 – News of the week
Remotely Exploitable Flaw in Truecaller Leaves 100 Million Android Devices Vulnerable
PowerWare ransomware, a new fileless threat in the wild
Nuclear Plants in Germany Are Vulnerable to Terrorism Threats
Watch out, IRS Tax Fraud activities on the rise
1 million Gmail accounts victim of state-sponsored hacking
USB Thief, the new USB-based data stealing Trojan
FBI breaks into San Bernardino shooters iPhone
Terrorists and dark web, what is their relationship?
Bitdefender Vaccine now supports also CTB-Locker, Locky, TeslaCrypt
Feds request Judge to review the order to reveal TOR Exploit Code
Following revelations on Paris attacks, US lawmakers target burner phones
vBulletin resets passwords after a targeted attack
TreasureHunt PoS Malware targets small retailers and banks
PayPal flaw allowed hackers to send malicious emails
Marine Corps Cyberspace Warfare Group, the new hacker unit
The KimcilWare Ransomware targets Magento Platforms
The Linux Remaiten malware is building a Botnet of IoT devices
The code to bypass Apple System Integrity Protection security mechanism fits in a Tweet
SideStepper method allows to infect iOS devices via MDM Solutions
How to hack drones with just a $40 hardware from 2 km away
The dangerous interaction between Russian and Brazilian cyber criminal underground
Do hackers have hacked election to make Peña Nieto President?
Remotely unlock doors exploiting a flaw in HID Door Controllers
F-Secure provides more details on the Petya ransomware
A NIST guide tells enterprises how to secure email systems

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