Security Affairs newsletter Round 229 – News of the week

Pierluigi Paganini September 01, 2019

A new round of the weekly newsletter arrived! The best news of the week with Security Affairs

Hi folk, let me inform you that I suspended the newsletter service, anyway I’ll continue to provide you a list of published posts every week through the blog.

Once again thank you!

80 defendants charged with participating in massive BEC and romance scams
Bad Packets warns of over 14,500 Pulse secure VPN endpoints vulnerable to CVE-2019-11510
Experts uncovered a hacking campaign targeting several WordPress Plugins
Hostinger disclosed a data breach that affects 14 Million customers
Internal Revenue Service warns taxpayers of a malware campaign
Apple released an emergency patch to address CVE-2019-8605 iOS flaw
Binance says that leaked KYC Data are from third-party vendor.
Judge ordered Capital One hacker Paige Thompson to remain in prison
Nemty Ransomware, a new malware appears in the threat landscape
UK National Cyber Security Centre urge to drop Python 2
Code Execution and DoS flaw addressed in QEMU
Experts uncovered an advanced phishing campaign delivering the Quasar RAT
Imperva data Breach: WAF customers data exposed
Kaspersky found malware in popular CamScanner app. Remove it now from your phone!
Lyceum APT made the headlines with attacks in Middle East
White hat hacker demonstrated how to hack a million Instagram accounts
French Police remotely disinfected 850,000 PCs from RETADUP bot
Magecart hackers compromise another 80 eCommerce sites
TA505 group updates tactics and expands the list of targets
A new variant of Trickbot banking Trojan targets Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint users
A total of six hackers already become millionaires on HackerOne
Capital One Hacker indicted on federal charges for Wire Fraud and Computer Data Theft
Expert releases Metasploit modules for Cisco UCS flaws
Lumber Liquidators hit by malware attack that took down its network
BRATA, the Android RAT that infected only Brazilian users
Expert found Russias SORM surveillance equipment leaking user data
Foxit Software discloses a data breach that exposed user passwords
Google revealed how watering hole attacks compromised iPhone devices earlier this year
Ransomware attack hits DDS Safe backup service used by hundreds of dental offices
FIN6 recently expanded operations to target eCommerce sites
Twitter account of Jack Dorsey, Twitter CEO and co-founder, has been hacked
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Pierluigi Paganini

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