Security Affairs newsletter Round 223 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini July 21, 2019

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For nearly a year, Brazilian users have been targeted with router attacks
NCSC report warns of DNS Hijacking Attacks
SAP Patch Day – July 2019 addresses a critical flaw in Diagnostics Agent
A flaw could have allowed hackers to take over any Instagram account in 10 minutes
Apple temporarily blocked Walkie-Talkie App on Apple Watch due to a flaw
Emsisoft released a free decryptor for the Ims00rry ransomware
Flaw in Ad Inserter WordPress plugin allows remote attackers to execute code
La Porte County finally opted to pay $130,000 Ransom
The npm installer for PureScript package has been compromised
A flaw in discontinued Iomega/Lenovo NAS devices exposed millions of files
DoppelPaymer, a fork of BitPaymer Ransomware, appeared in the threat landscape
iOS URL Scheme expose users to App-in-the-Middle attack
Media File Jacking allows manipulating media files users receive via Android WhatsApp and Telegram
Mysterious hackers steal data of over 70% of Bulgarians
Sprint revealed that hackers compromised some customer accounts via Samsung site
Anti-Debugging Techniques from a Complex Visual Basic Packer
Expert was awarded $10,000 for disclosing XSS flaw to Tesla
Turla APT group adds Topinambour Trojan to its arsenal
CVE-2019-6342 flaw allows hackers to fully compromise Drupal 8.7.4 websites
Experts detailed new StrongPity cyberespionage campaigns
Experts spotted a rare Linux Desktop spyware dubbed EvilGnome
Scraping the TOR for rare contents
The Problem With the Small Business Cybersecurity Assistance Act
Dutch police arrested the author of Dryad and Rubella Macro Builders
Israel surveillance firm NSO group can mine data from major social media
Poland and Lithuania fear that data collected via FaceApp could be misused
Slack resetting passwords for roughly 1% of its users
Former NSA contractor sentenced to 9 years for stealing classified data
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Pierluigi Paganini

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