Security Affairs newsletter Round 200 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini February 10, 2019

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The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

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Can Enterprises execute a GRC Movement?
Experts observed a new sextortion scam Xvideos-themed
Hacker who reported a flaw in Hungarian Magyar Telekom faces up to 8-years in jail
Experts found popular beauty apps in the Play Store including malicious code
Metro Bank is the first bank that disclosed SS7 attacks against its customers
QuadrigaCX exchange lost access to $145 Million funds after founder dies
Security firm Recorded Future discovered the hacker behind Collection #1
Young hacker gets 10 years jail sentence for SIM Swapping attacks
Roughly 500,000 Ubiquiti devices may be affected by flaw already exploited in the wild
Roughly 500,000 Ubiquity devices may be affected by flaw already exploited in the wild
Severe bug in LibreOffice and OpenOffice suites allows remote code execution
SpeakUp Linux Backdoor targets Linux servers in East Asia and LATAM.
A critical counterfeiting vulnerability addressed in Zcash
New ExileRAT backdoor used in attacks aimed at users in Tibet
Reverse RDP Attack – Rogue RDP Server can be used to hack RDP clients
Security expert Marco Ramilli released for free the Malware Hunter tool
Android devices could be hacked by viewing a malicious PNG Image
Expert publicly disclosed the existence of 0day flaw in macOS Mojave
Ursnif: Long Live the Steganography and AtomBombing!
Hackers broke into Australias Parliament Computer Network
NITEC19 – NATO Opens Defense Innovation Challenge calls for C4ISR solutions
Phishing campaign leverages Google Translate as camouflage
Three out of the four flaws fixed with iOS 12.1.4 were exploited in the wild
Vulnerabilities in Kunbus Industrial Gateway allows to control the devices
Exclusive – MalwareMustDie Team analyzed the Cayosin Botnet and its criminal ecosystem
GandCrab ransomware campaign targets Italy using steganography
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Pierluigi Paganini

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