The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|Fake-Game offers a Phishing-as-a-Service platform to wannabe criminals|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 76 – News of the week|
|Dutch Police seized two servers of the VPN provider Perfect Privacy|
|Hong Kong Government Hacked by APT3 Group before elections|
|Hacker Interviews – 0xOmar (@0XOMAR1337)|
|Linux/Mirai ELF, when malware is recycled could be still dangerous|
|NSO Group, the surveillance firm that could spy on every smartphone|
|Evidence on hacks of the US State Election Systems suggest Russian origin|
|NSA EXTRABACON exploit still threatens tens of thousands of CISCO ASA boxes|
|Rambler.ru data breach, 98.1 million CLEARTEXT passwords leaked online|
|Porn Brazzersforum hacked, nearly 800,000 Brazzers Accounts Exposed|
|Major Europols operation against online terrorist propaganda|
|Pokemon-fan VXer developed the Linux Umbreon rootkit|
|CSTO Ransomware, a malware that uses UDP and Google Maps|
|How to sniff credentials from locked laptops via Ethernet adapter on USB|
|Hacker Interviews – @h0t_p0ppy, the hacktivist|
|CVE-2016-3862 flaw – Silently hack millions Androids devices with a photo|
|Russia hacks US systems ‘all the time said Director of National Intelligence|
|Cross-platform Mokes backdoor OS X exists and is spreading in the wild|
|Hacker Interviews – The AnonRising IRC collective|
|President Obama at the G-20 Summit: US has more capacity than anybody, both offensively and defensively|
|Two alleged members of Crackas With Attitude group arrested for hacking US Gov Officials|
|Now you can buy USB Kill that could fry your PC via USB|
|Chrome will mark HTTP connections to websites as non-secure from January 2017|
|Over 33 Million QIP.ru accounts hacked compromised in an old data breach|
|Doctor Web discovers the first Linux Trojan that is written in Rust language|
|Hacker Interviews – Speaking with Francisco Moraga aka @BTshell|
|CVE-2016-6399 – CISCO disclosed unpatched flaw in ACE products|
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