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|The Mirai botnet is targeting also Sierra Wireless cellular data gear products|
|US is thinking of a possible cyber strike against the Kremlin|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 82 – News of the week|
|Symantec observed a surge of spam emails using malicious WSF files|
|CryPy ransomware uses a unique Key for each encrypted file|
|Reading the ‘High Crime Trends 2016 Report from Group-IB|
|UK Police purchased IMSI-catcher technology for mobile surveillance|
|The new TrickBot Banking Trojan seems to have been developed by Dyre authors|
|NRSC hack – financial data of donors were sent to a Russian domain|
|Shadow Brokers launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise 10,000 bitcoins|
|Security audit reveals critical flaws in VeraCrypt, promptly fixed with a new release|
|Crooks exploit a zero-day in WordPress eCommerce Plugin to upload a backdoor|
|British banks downplay security breaches|
|The ‘Sin Card: How criminals unlocked a stolen iPhone 6S|
|Ops also the Trump Organization uses insecure e-mail servers|
|Magento card-swiping malware hides stolen card data in legitimate images|
|Political Cyberattacks: Senior Turkish Government Officials Affected by Advanced Malware|
|SQL Injection zero-day in component ja-k2-filter-and-search of Joomla|
|Ecuador confirms it cut Assange Internet due to US Election leaks|
|Czech police arrested a Russian hacker alleged involved in 2012 LinkedIn hack|
|Experts devised a method to capture keystrokes during Skype calls|
|Flaw in Intel CPUs could allow to bypass ASLR defense|
|FruityArmor APT exploited Windows Zero-Day flaws in attacks in the wild|
|Weebly data breach affected more than 43 million customers|
|The new Dirty COW Linux Kernel Exploit already used in attacks in the wild|
|Cyber Criminal can easily get access to your YesBank Internet Banking using stolen Debit/Credit Card Number and PIN|
|US contractor stole an astonishing quantity of data, including Equation Group tools|
|US users were not able to reach Twitter and other sites due to DDoS on Dyn DNS Service|
|Chinese hackers targeted officials visiting the USS Ronald Reagan vessel|
|Massive DDoS attack against Dyn DNS service, how and why|
|NewWorldHacking and Anonymous behind massive DDoS attack on Dyn DNS service|
|Indian Banks fear a security breach that affected up to 3.25 million cards|
|NewWorldHackers and Anonymous behind massive DDoS attack on Dyn DNS service|
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