The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|Linux.BackDoor.FakeFile.1, a new Linux backdoor in the wild|
|American hacker The Jester defaced a Russian Government website|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 83 – News of the week|
|InTheCyber discovered a serious flaw in messaging systems|
|Hackers offered an loT botnet for $7,500. The recent attack may be just a test|
|Terrorism activity continues unabated – Tower of Babel under the surface|
|The German parliament passes controversial a surveillance law|
|24 hours in the life of my home router by Francisco J. Rodriguez|
|Discovery of Weapons Cache Reignites Fears ISIS Will Use Chemical Weapons in Battle for Mosul|
|Hacking GSM A5 crypto algorithm by using commodity hardware|
|Millions of Android smartphones exposed to new Drammer Android attack|
|Upgrade your iPhone to iOS 10.1 or you can get hacked by opening a JPEG or a PDF|
|Kaspersky Lab launched the new Lab ICS-CERT|
|Domain Hijacking – An Invisible and Destructive Threat We Should Watch For|
|Two Critical Vulnerabilities Patched in Joomla 3.6.4. Update it asap!|
|Cellebrite digital forensics tools leaked online by a reseller|
|Pwn2Own 2016 – Keen Team won $215k by hacking Nexus 6p and iPhone 6S|
|CVE-2016-7855 flaw in Adobe Flash Player exploited in targeted attacks|
|Massive DDoS attacks caused broadband outages to StarHub customers|
|Experts disclosed a critical flaw in Schneider Industrial Firewalls|
|CloudFanta Malware Steals Banking Information Via Cloud Storage Apps|
|Hackers behind the BLACKGEAR espionage campaign now targets Japan|
|The Icarus box is able to hijack nearly any drone mid-flight|
|Three bugs found in the LibTIFF, one of them yet to be patched|
|Crime doesnt pay, Fappening hacker gets 18 months in jail|
|Michigan State University hacked, personal information leaked online|
|AtomBombing Code Injection can potentially hack all Windows OS versions|
|Hacking back the Mirai botnet, technical and legal issues|
|Ukrainian hackers Cyber Hunta leaked emails of Putins Advisor|
|Red Cross Blood Service incident. The Australian largest ever leak of Personal data|
|Exclusive: MalwareMustDie spotted a new IoT Linux/IRCTelnet malware made in Italy|
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