The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|Hackers offer a huge Mirai botnet as a DDoS-for-hire service|
|Scammers advertise backdoored phishing templates on YouTube|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 88 – News of the week|
|Hackers crashed San Franciscos Municipal railway systems|
|Two versions of the new Cerber 5.0 ransomware released in a few days|
|Japan is investigating security breach of Defence Information Infrastructure|
|More than 900k routers of Deutsche Telekom German users went offline|
|Customers of Liechtenstein banks blackmailed by ransomware|
|An audit revealed dozen vulnerabilities in the cURL|
|Europol and other law enforcement agencies shut 4,500 websites peddling fake brands|
|Customers of Liechtenstein banks blackmailed after data breach|
|The code of a Firefox Zero-Day Exploit used to unmask Tor Users is online|
|Hacking – German politicians fear Russian interference in the next election|
|GCHQ presents CyberChef, an Open Source Data Analysis Tool|
|Data on Europol terrorism investigations accidentally leaked online|
|Thousands of UK National Lottery player accounts compromised|
|More than 1 Million Google accounts hacked by Gooligan Android Malware|
|The dreaded Shamoon Wiper is back in a new attack|
|How much money earns cybercriminals? Mostly from $1,000 to $3,000, but …|
|A flaw allows to bypass the activation lock on iPhone and iPad|
|Kapustkiy hacked a website belonging to the Venezuela Army|
|What Happens if you plug a USBKill in a gaming console or a car?|
|The Immaterial Khilafah – Global Intelligence Insight Report|
|FSB accuses foreign hackers of plotting to undermine the Russian banks|
|50 Million installations potentially impacted by AirDroid issues|
|Russian Central bank loses $31 million in cyber heist|
|Distributed Guessing Attack to hack VISA cards in just six seconds|
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