The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|Hong Kong brokers blackmailed by hackers with DDoS Attacks|
|Uber pays $9,000 bug bounty payoff for partner firms vulnerability|
|Ransomware infected systems at a luxury hotel locking guests in and out of the rooms|
|Security Affairs newsletter Round 97 – News of the week|
|Last Dridex Trojan variant uses a new tactic to bypass Windows UAC|
|Ransomware shutdown 70% of Washington DC CCTV ahead of Presidents inauguration|
|Anonymous promises war on Trump, and only line experts say how to hack his mobile|
|A sophisticated spear phishing campaign is targeting NATO Governments|
|Hundreds of thousands, if not over a million Netgear routers open to hack|
|An IndyCar archive left unprotected online, details on 200k racing fans exposed|
|Gaza Cybergang is back and is targeting Governments under DustySky campaign|
|Islamic Jihad master hacker pleads guilty to hacking IDF drones in Gaza|
|Weaponizing of the insider in the Dark Web, a dangerous phenomenon|
|Hacking printers exploiting Cross-site printing (XSP) attacks|
|A new CryptoShield Ransomware being distributed via EITest campaign|
|Spanish police claim has arrested Phineas Fisher, the hacked denied it|
|WhatsApp will allow to Revoke Sent Messages and Track Friends Live Location|
|Zero-day Content Injection Vulnerability found in WordPress|
|Foreign hackers broke into the Czech Foreign Ministry email|
|Dutch Government announced all ballots will be counted by hand amid cyberattack fears|
|How much trust do you put into your Gmail inbox messages?|
|Authentication Bypass Vulnerability found in Cisco Prime Home product|
|Popular hacking toolkit Metasploit adds hardware testing capabilities|
|Chinese state-sponsored hackers targets Russia and Belarus with ZeroT and PlugX|
|US-CERT is warning about a Windows SMB zero-day flaw|
|Russian APT 29 group launched cyber attacks against Norwegian authorities|
|Hacker leaked tools stolen from mobile forensics company Cellebrite|
|PoliceOne hacked – Hacker is selling thousands police officials accounts|
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