The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|Commercial Exaspy spyware used to target high-level executives|
|Watch out! A new LinkedIn Phishing campaign is spreading in the wild|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 85 – News of the week|
|How to Exploit Belkin WEMO gear to hack Android devices|
|Databases of Indian embassies leaked online. Too easy hack them|
|Bypassing Two-Factor Authentication on Outlook Web Access|
|Cisco data leak – Job applications portal leaked personal information|
|Tesco Bank suspended all online transactions due to a cyber heist|
|Presidential Election – Russia asks US clarifications for US cyber threats|
|WikiLeaks published DNCLeak2, but someone DDoSed it|
|Technical analysis of the Locker virus on mobile phones|
|Abusing protocols in LTE networks to knock mobile devices off networks|
|CVE-2016-6563 RCE flaw affects D-Link Routers, disable remote admin|
|Adobe issued security patches for 9 Flash Player flaws reported via ZDI|
|What does a DDoS with everyday life? DDoS knocks out building control systems in Finland|
|Microsoft patches CVE-2016-7255 Windows zero-day exploited by Fancy Bear|
|Malvertising campaign delivered Android Svpeng Trojan via a zero-day in Chrome|
|SCADA Sssh! Dont Talk, Filter it|
|CVE-2016-7165 Privilege Escalation flaw affects many Siemens solutions|
|MalwareMustDie is closed for protest against the NSA|
|Telecrypt ransomware abuses Telegram Messengers communication protocol|
|OpenSSL Project fixed the CVE-2016-7054 High severity DoS bug|
|For the first time massive DDoS attacks hit Russian banks in 2016|
|Kapustkiy breached the Paraguay Embassy of Taiwan, data leaked online|
|A Facebook glitch declared all its users are dead, including Zuckerberg|
|Hackers compromised Microsoft Edge is just 18 seconds|
|Cozy Bear targets NGOs and Think Tanks in post-election attacks|
|Capgemini inadvertently leaks data of recruitment firm Michael Page|
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