The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|Pippa Middleton private photos stolen in an Apple iCloud hack|
|Australian Police warns of malware-laden USB drives left in letterboxes|
|OVH hosting hit by 1Tbps DDoS attack, the largest one ever seen|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 79 – News of the week|
|Security firm Sucuri analyzed tens of thousands of compromised websites|
|A nation-state actor is testing methods for a massive takedown of the Internet|
|The Libyan Scorpions group is behind a cyber espionage campaign in Lybia|
|Fancy Bear Hackers use a new Mac Trojan against aerospace industry|
|Microsoft removed Windows Journal from its OSs due to security flaws|
|How much time does it take to create a malware that evades antimalware solutions? One or two minutes|
|Adware Campaign borrows Obfuscation Techniques from Operation Aurora attack|
|150,000 IoT Devices behind the 1Tbps DDoS attack on OVH|
|Good news, the Facebook OSquery tool is now available also for Windows|
|Cisco Talos profiled the GozNym botnet after cracking the trojan DGA|
|Why Apple logs your iMessage contacts and other metadata?|
|Necurs botnet: the resurrection of the monster and the rising of spam|
|Russian hackers spy on Citizen Journalists investigating on Flight MH17 Crash|
|CatchApp system can spy on WhatsApp encrypted communications from a backpack|
|Mozilla plans to ban the Chinese CA WoSign due to trust violations|
|CVE-2016-6406 – CISCO reported a critical flaw in email security appliances (ESA)|
|Zero day broker firm Zerodium has tripled iOS exploit bounty to $1.5M|
|Generalized RSA (GRSA) Using 2k Prime Numbers with Secure Key Generation|
|D-Link DWR-932 B LTE Wireless router affected by multiple backdoors|
|Watch out, hacked Steam accounts used as an attack vector|
|Yahoo Data Breach may have affected over 1 Billion users|
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