The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
|· Anti-Israel and pro-Palestinian IsraBye wiper spreads as a ransomware|
|· Kenya opposition claims election results manipulated in cyber attack|
|· MUGHTHESEC, a signed Mac adware that hijacks the victims browser for profit|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 123 – News of the week|
|· North Korea-Linked Lazarus APT targets U.S. Defense contractors|
|· OpDomesticTerrorism – Anonymous takes down Charlottesville website after the incident|
|· PostgreSQL issues three security patches, apply them asap|
|· Rapid7 warns of Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) exposure for millions of endpoints|
|· CVE-2017-0199: Crooks exploit PowerPoint Slide Show files to deliver malware|
|· Google adds Anti-Phishing feature also to Gmail app for iOS|
|· The Disdain exploit kit appears in the threat landscape|
|· WannaCry hero Marcus Hutchins pleads not guilty|
|· Cerber Ransomware now includes a feature to avoid canary files anti-malware|
|· DitM Dog In The Middle – New Hacking Technique to Eavesdropping|
|· Faulty firmware OTA update bricked hundreds of LockState smart locks|
|· ShadowPad backdoor was spread in corporate networks through software update mechanism|
|· After Westminster attack, now Scottish parliament hit by brute-forcing attack|
|· Cyber Criminals Hijack Chrome Extensions and put 4.7 Million Users at Risk|
|· Drupal maintainers fix several access bypass vulnerabilities in Drupal 8|
|· NotPetya ransomware caused $300m losses to the shipping giant Maersk|
|· An unpatchable flaw in CAN protocol expose modern cars to hack|
|· Faketoken evolves and targets taxi booking apps to steal banking info|
|· Hacker published the decryption key for the Apple Secure Enclave security chip|
|· Misconfigured AWS S3 exposed 1.8 million US voter records|
|· Barcelona terrorist attack – Extremism, A Sea Change In Tactics|
|· The Ukrainian central bank warned of new NotPetya-style massive attack risk|
|· Turla APT group adapts KopiLuwak backdoor for use in G20-themed attack|
|· US military is working on the creation of separate unified cyber warfare command|
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