The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|DNSChanger Exploit kit targets Home routers in malvertising campaign|
|Security expert disclosed a full zero-day drive-by exploit for Linux leveraging SNES|
|Russian hacker Rasputin allegedly stole logins from the US election agency EAC|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 91 – News of the week|
|Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur hacked by Cryptolulz666|
|LinkedIn Lynda.com online learning platform started notifying users of data breach|
|The Turkish Government has blocked the Tor access once again|
|Kapustkiy hacked the Slovak Chamber of Commerce|
|Wordfence warns of a huge increase in brute force attacks on WordPress|
|Faketoken, the Android ransomware banker that encrypted files|
|A new Ukraine power outage may have been caused by hackers|
|How to hack Panasonic In-Flight Entertainment IFE Systems|
|Victims of the CryptXXX v.3 can now use a free tool to decrypt their files|
|MethBot advertising fraud campaign is making up to $5M Revenue per Day|
|Google presents the Project Wycheproof to test crypto libraries against known attacks|
|Linux/Rakos, the new Linux malware threatening devices and servers|
|New Alice ATM Malware, a lightweight and efficient threat|
|Ourmine hacked the Netflixs US Twitter account|
|Fraudsters are stealing money from several Groupon users|
|Fancy Bear APT tracked Ukrainian artillery units with an Android implant|
|Kapustkiy hacked the website of the Costa Rica Embassy in China|
|A security expert found a 0-Day flaw in NETGEAR WNR2000 Routers|
|Signal implements ‘domain fronting technique to bypass censorship|
|A flaw in Cisco CloudCenter Orchestrator exploited by hackers in the wild|
|Cyber attacks against the healthcare industry is expected to grow|
|Cyber attacks against the healthcare industry are expected to grow|
|Phantom Squad and PoodleCorp tango down against Steam and Origin Servers|
|Facebook hack allowed to disclose email address for each FB user|
|Hackers breached the The Standard Hong Kong newspaper|
|Hackers want to take down Xbox Live and PSN on Christmas Day|
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