The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|Cisco warns of critical vulnerabilities in CISCO Nexus switches|
|Authorities warn of cyber threat related to malicious ‘Hurricane Matthew emails|
|Also Spotify in the list of services victim of a malvertising campaign|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 81 – News of the week|
|Breaking the Microsoft JEA technology to hack a system|
|The fall of the Encryptor RaaS also thanks to Shodan|
|Reverse engineering a Smarter Coffee machine for fun and a security lesson|
|Apple Watches banned from UK cabinet meetings to prevent eavesdropping|
|Shocking, a German nuclear plant suffered a disruptive cyber attack|
|The France TV5Monde was almost destroyed by the Russian APT28 group|
|MITRE will award $50,000 for a solution that detects rogue IoT Devices|
|StrongPity APT – Waterhole attacks against Italian and Belgian users|
|Hurry up,fix the CVE-2016-5425 privilege escalation flaw in Apache Tomcat|
|Inside the DDoS attacks powered by large IoT botnets|
|ACSC Report – Australian Bureau of Meteorology hacked by foreign spies|
|Patch Tuesday fixes four Microsoft zero-day flaws exploited in the wild|
|DXXD Ransomware, displays legal notice and encrypts files on unmapped network shares|
|Vera Bradley retail chain notifies customers of data breach|
|Experts observed several malvertising campaigns deliver Cerber 4.0|
|Bitcoin Wallet Blockchain.info went down due to a DNS Hijacking|
|Attackers are exploiting a recently patched high-severity DoS flaw in BIND|
|SonicWALL Email Security appliance flaws could expose corporate emails|
|Cisco Meeting Server – CVE-2016-6445 flaw allows to impersonate legitimate users|
|Heres how Tor Project and Mozilla will make harder de-anonymizing Tor users|
|SSHowDowN Proxy attacks – A 12-Year-Old SSH bug exposes more than 2M IoT Devices|
|33 million records exposed after the Evony data breach|
|Exclusive – ELF Linux/NyaDrop, a new IoT threat in the wild|
|Security experts released an anti-reconnaissance tool dubbed NetCease|
|Android Acecard banking trojan asks users for selfie with an ID card|
|58M records dumped from an unsecured DB of the Modern Business Systems|
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