Security Affairs newsletter Round 55 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini April 10, 2016

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The best news of the week with Security Affairs

The website of the Hungarian Government temporarily shut by cyberattack
CloudFlare considers 94 percent of the Tor traffic as per se malicious
Security Affairs newsletter Round 54 – News of the week
Hacking connected lightbulbs to breach Air-Gapped networks
US and UK Will Simulate a Cyber Attacks on nuclear plants in 2016
German intelligence Agency BND spied on Netanyahu
Why malware like the Samsam ransomware are so dangerous for hospitals?
The Dronecatcher evolves featuring a new improvement
DB with records of 50 Million Turkish Citizens Leaked Online. Are they recycled data?
Is the hack of an email server behind the Panama Papers?
Flaw in CISCO FirePower Firewall allows malware evade detection
Keep Windows machines infected abusing Windows Desired State Configuration (DSC)
APT6 compromised the US government networks for years
How to easily bypass iPhone 6s Lockscreen to access to Photos and Contacts
Homeland Security – US Consular Consolidated Database vulnerable to cyber attacks
Adobe to patch Flash Player zero-day vulnerability actively exploited in the wild
One Billion WhatsApp Users are now protected by End-to-End Encryption
Italian Government revoked Hacking Team s global export license
Ubuntu issued a patch to fix a number of Kernel Vulnerabilities
TA530 group, spear phishing meets ransomware
Anonymous Philippines hacked the COMELEC. It is the biggest government related data breach
The FBI director confirmed the purchase of a tool to hack the shooters iPhone, but …
Adobe fixes CVE-2016-1019 Zero-Day exploited to serve ransomware
More than 135 million ARRIS cable modems vulnerable to remote attacks
The Open-source vulnerabilities database (OSVDB) shuts down permanently
The CIA is funding a skincare line for the DNA extraction
FBI reveals BEC attacks pilfered $2.3bn from US companies

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