The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
|· Google is rolling out Google Play Protect, a machine-learning system to protect Android users|
|· Medical Devices infected by WannaCry Ransomware in US hospitals|
|· Researchers found a link between the APT3 Threat Group and the Chinese Intelligence Agency|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 111 – News of the week|
|· At least 3 different groups have been leveraging the NSA EternalBlue exploit, whats went wrong?|
|· Europol arrested 27 for jackpotting attacks on ATM across the Europe|
|· Experts discovered that the Terror Exploit Kit now includes fingerprinting capabilities|
|· New firmware for Netgear routers includes a data collection feature|
|· Expert founds EternalRocks, a malware that uses 7 NSA Hacking Tools|
|· Hackers demonstrated that it is too easy to bypass the Samsung S8 iris scanner.|
|· Terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande – Manchester Arena explosion killed 22 people|
|· Yahoobleed – Yahoo retired ImageMagick library after flaw leaked private e-mail attachments and credentials|
|· Police dismantled the Cron gang that targeted Bank Accounts via Android Malware|
|· Qatar news agency hacked, attackers posted fake news|
|· Target agreed to pay $18.5 Million over 2013 data breach|
|· The NAND Busters Data Storage Chips Vulnerable to Attack|
|· CVE-2017-7494 Samba vulnerability, patch your installation now!|
|· Master Keys for Crysis ransomware released on a forum|
|· NSA EsteemAudit exploit could trigger a new WannaCry-like attack|
|· Subtitles hack threatens Millions of PCs, Smart TVs, Tablets and Smartphones|
|· Flashpoint experts believe WannaCry authors speak Chinese after a linguistic analysis|
|· G7 Summit – States demand Internet Giants to join forces against online propaganda|
|· Millions of Android devices potentially exposed to the Cloak and Dagger attack|
|· Chipotle Mexican Grill Fast-food chain notified customers a PoS malware breach|
|· Experts tracked a German hacker behind the spreading of Houdini Worm on Pastebin|
|· Insecure Medical devices are enlarging surface of attacks for organizations|
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