The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|· An implementation bug in Zerocoin helped hackers steal ZCoins worth $585,000|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 100 – News of the week|
|· New York state cyber security rules will be effective on March 1st|
|· RSA Conference 2017 attendees hacked with rogue access points|
|· The Russian propaganda is scaring European Intelligence and NATO|
|· Here you are the distribution network behind the Ursnif banking Trojan|
|· A group of Iraqi hackers called Pro_Mast3r defaced a Trump website|
|· Ukrainian Cybercriminal who sent Brian Krebs heroin sentenced to prison in US|
|· TeamSpy malware is back, it transforms TeamViewer into a spying software|
|· Operation BugDrop – Hackers siphoned 600GB taking control of PC microphones|
|· Experts at BAE Systems found false flags in the Lazarus malware|
|· Corporate email addresses are 6.2x more targeted by phishing|
|· Siklu fixed a serious RCE vulnerability in the Siklu EtherHaul Radios|
|· RTM gang is the cybercrime organization that targets remote banking system|
|· FTP Injection flaws in Java and Python allows firewall bypass|
|· Microsoft releases security updates for Flash Player, but two disclosed flaws remain unpatched|
|· For the second time in a few months Montenegro suffered massive and prolonged cyberattacks|
|· CVE-2017-6074 – a new 11-year old Linux Kernel flaw discovered|
|· Filecoder is the new MacOS ransomware distributed through bittorrent|
|· Researchers exfiltrate data by blinking the LEDs on the hard drives|
|· Netflix releases the Stethoscope tool to improve security|
|· UK police arrested the alleged mastermind of the MIRAI attack on Deutsche Telekom|
|· Out-of-band resource load in Google allows attacker to launch a DDoS attack from its servers|
|· SHAttered attack, Google and CWI conducted the first SHA-1 collision attack|
|· Cloudbleed flaw exposes sensitive data from millions sites behind CloudFlare|
|· South Korea targeted by a cyber espionage campaign, experts blame Norks|
|· Gmail accounts lockout the users. Glitch or hack, its a mystery|
|· Apple internal development servers compromised by a malware|
|· Carder forum claims 150 million logins for sale from CloudBleed case|
|· A wave of ransom attacks is targeting MySQL Databases worldwide|
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