The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|A new iPhone bug will crash the Messages app with a single text|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 93 – News of the week|
|Firefox 52 more privacy oriented with a Tor protection mechanism|
|UK security minister: ISIS would launch chemical attacks in the UK|
|Trump will soon reveal the truth about the alleged Russian hacking|
|Hacker Interviews – @Docksing|
|#33C3- Changing travelers flight bookings is really too easy for hackers|
|Bitcoin passes above $1,000 for first time since 2013|
|It has happened again, ransomware infected an LG Smart TV|
|Critical RCE vulnerabilities affect SwiftMailer, PhpMailer and ZendMail|
|Hacker held open MongoDB databases for ransom|
|ZeroNet could be a solution against censorship and much more|
|The case of flying saucer – Highway to the Danger Drone|
|Kaspersky fixing a serious problem with inspection digital certificates|
|FBI website hacked by CyberZeist and data leaked online|
|11GB archive of Top Secret US SOCOM data accidentally leaked|
|Koolova Ransomware decrypts files if victims read 2 posts about Ransomware|
|Did someone hack the Brazilian google.com.br?|
|FireCrypt comes as a malware building kit and includes DDoS code|
|MM Core APT malware is back, Forcepoint has detected 2 new versions|
|The Plone community claims the FBI hack is a fake, its a mystery|
|A fake Super Mario Run for Android is serving the Marcher Banking Trojan|
|Analyzing a variant of the GM Bot Android malware|
|President Putin ordered cyber attacks and propaganda to influence US Election|
|China-Linked DragonOK APT Group continues updating tools and tactics|
|FTC filed a lawsuit against D-Link over failure to secure its IoT devices|
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