The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
|· Flaws in solar panels potentially threatening European power grids|
|· Hackers leak the fourth episode of Game of Thrones season 7 online|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 122 – News of the week|
|· US Army bans use of Chinese DJI drones over cyber security concerns|
|· British model Chloe Ayling kidnapped by Black Death group for auction in the dark web|
|· Creator of the Ebury botnet sentenced to 46 months in jail|
|· Experimental Mozilla Send service allows users share encrypted copy of huge files|
|· FireEye Provides Update on the alleged data breach revealed late July|
|· Black Hat 2017 – Hacking the electronic locks to open the doors could be easy|
|· Hotspot Shield VPN threatens your privacy by injecting ads and JS into browsers|
|· Irish electricity transmission system operator EirGrid targeted by a nation-state actor|
|· Adobe patches 80 vulnerabilities in its products, including Flash Player, Reader, and Acrobat|
|· Cyber criminals demand HBO millions to stop leaking its material|
|· FBI masqueraded the NIT in a video-bait to unmask sextortionist on Tor|
|· Mamba ransomware is back and targets organizations in Brazil and Saudi Arabia|
|· A Self-driving car can be easily hacked by just putting stickers on road signs|
|· Experts found a link between the KONNI attacks and DarkHotel campaigns against NK|
|· SAP Security Patch Day – August 2017 addresses 19 vulnerabilities|
|· Wikileaks – CIA CouchPotato remote tool can stealthy collect RTSP/H.264 video streams|
|· APT28 hackers are leveraging NSA Hacking tool to spy on Hotels guests|
|· Malware campaign targets Russian-Speaking companies with a new Backdoor|
|· Mysterious company is offering up to $250,000 for VM Hacks through a bug bounty|
|· Ukrainian Man charged with spreading the NotPetya ransomware|
|· Crosstalk Leakage Attacks – USB gadgets can spy on data flowing in and out adjacent ports|
|· DNA Contains Instructions for Biological and Computer Viruses|
|· Variety reports a failed attempt of HBO to Offer a ‘Bug Bounty to hackers|
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