Security Affairs newsletter Round 57 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini April 24, 2016

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The best news of the week with Security Affairs

American company lost $100 million to BEC fraud
Europol and Italian Carabinieri an international ATM Skimming network
Lottery security director hacked random-number generator to rig lotteries
Security Affairs newsletter Round 56 – News of the week
Experts discovered a number of flaws in the Avactis PHP Shopping Cart
PhineasFisher explained how he breached the Hacking Team
A small drone hit a British Airways plane over the Heathrow Airport
IBM warns a spike in the number of PHP C99 Webshell Attacks
The Four Element Sword, weaponized document builder used in APT Attacks
The CIAs Massive Expansion in Social Media Surveillance is Just the Tip of the Iceberg
Hackers spied on a US Congressmans communication abusing the SS7 protocol
MIT designed AI2, the system that can detect 85% of Cyber Attacks
Restricted NATO manual accidentally leaked to boat operators
Multigrain PoS malware exfiltrates stolen card data over DNS
Anonymous presented OnionIRC, a chat service in the Dark Web
Google is a ‘Partially Dangerous Website … According to Google
RansomWhere, the free ransomware detection tool for Mac OS X
A new strain of Teslacrypt implements sophisticated evasion
The Australian government presents his Cyber Security Strategy
Cisco Wireless LAN Controller affected by severe flaws. Patch it now
Healthcare Industry Tops List of Hacker Targets: More than 100 Million Medical Records Compromised in 2015
Asian Nation-State hackers use fileless RAT for their hacking campaign
JIGSAW ransomware slowly deletes your files as you shilly-shally to pay the ransom
FBI paid more than $1.3 million to hack into San Bernardino shooter iPhone
Facebook hacked, someone deployed a malicious webshell on its server
Microsoft Windows Applocker circumvented by exploiting native OS utility to remote execute code
MongoDB DB containing 93.4 million Mexican voter records open online
Facebook passes the 1 million Tor users Milestone
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