The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|Experts from CloudFlare spotted a new dangerous botnet|
|US Presidential commission presents recommendations on cybersecurity|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 89 – News of the week|
|Kapustkiy hacked the National Assembly of Ecuador website|
|Data breach at the Japanese Shiseido, 420,000 users records exposed|
|Uber asks to track your location even when youre not using the app|
|Another Russian Bank, the VTB bank, was hit by a cyber attack|
|85 Million user accounts stolen from the Video-sharing website Dailymotion|
|Chinese hackers behind the CNACOM campaign hit Taiwan website|
|Nintendo announced its bug bounty program for 3DS Consoles. Rewards up to $20,000|
|North Koreans Red Star OS can be easily hacked remotely|
|Adobe Flash Player flaws remain the most used by Exploit Kits|
|Argentinian Ministry of Industry hacked by Kapustkiy|
|Stegano campaign exposed millions netizens via attack code in pixels of ads banners|
|Dozens of Sony cameras affected by a secret backdoor|
|An individual hacked back the San Francisco Muni hacker|
|CVE-2016-8655 – A new 5-Year-Old flaw found in the Linux Kernel|
|Floki Bot rapidly evolves and targets also PoS data|
|Employees Provident Fund organisation, India website found INSECURE|
|Thieving Magpie allows NSA spies to snoop on in-flight mobile calls|
|A flaw in the Yahoo Email service allowed hackers to access targets emails|
|Israeli TV broadcast hacked, attackers played Muslim call to prayer|
|Hackers targeted the heavy industry ThyssenKrupp and stole industrial secrets|
|Surface Defense DDoS platform – Gamification of attacks|
|Hacker Interviews – Gabriel Bergel|
|Popcorn Time ransomware, pay up the ransom or spread it to decrypt the files|
|Lax Cybersecurity at Nuclear Facilities is a Recipe For Widespread Disaster|
|Waiting for a fix, stop using Netgear R7000 and R6400 routers to avoid hacks|
|APT 28 group is ramping up information warfare against Germany|
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