The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
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|· Arbor Networks linked a new Acronym Malware to the Potao Express campaign|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 104 – News of the week|
|· Kirk ransomware – A Star Trek Themed Ransomware that requests Monero payments|
|· CIA Vault7 Leak – Cisco IOS and IOS XE Software Cluster Management Protocol Remote Code Execution flaw|
|· Researcher leveraged App Paths to bypass User Account Control in Windows 10|
|· Over 20 million Gmail and 5 million Yahoo accounts available for sale on the Dark Web|
|· McDonalds McDelivery app leaks details of over 2.2 million customers|
|· Exclusive: Dirty Political Spying Attempt behind the FHAPPI Campaign: all the details in the interview with @unixfreaxjp|
|· Once again Three mobile customers in UK experienced data breach|
|· New Metasploit RFTransceiver extension allows testing IoT sevices|
|· Vulnerabilities in LastPass allowed attackers to steal passwords|
|· Rogue Cellphone towers used to spread the Android Swearing Trojan|
|· Turkish Crime Family group will remotely wipe hundreds of millions of iPhones unless Apple pays ransom|
|· Machete espionage campaign continues to target LATAM countries|
|· Vault7 Dark Matter batch – CIA has been targeting the iPhone supply chain since at least 2008|
|· QNAP QTS Domain Privilege Escalation Vulnerability|
|· Data breach – Are you an Android Forums user? Resets your passwords now.|
|· Fortinet researchers spotted a malware that infects both Microsoft and Apple OSs|
|· US blames North Korea for the $81 million Bangladesh cyber heist|
|· Spear phishing campaign targeted Saudi Arabia Government organizations|
|· CVE-2017-0022 Windows Zero-Day flaw used by AdGholas hackers and it was included in Neutrino EK|
|· Malware posing as Siemens PLC application is targeting ICS worldwide|
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