The best news of the week with Security Affairs.
|· Defray Ransomware used in targeted attacks on Education and Healthcare verticals|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 125 – News of the week|
|· Tor relay of a Brazilian University was banned after harvesting .onions|
|· Chinese APT17 group leverages fake Game of Thrones leaks as lures|
|· Google mistake is the root cause of Internet Outage in Japan|
|· Popular Sarahah App secretly uploads your phone contacts to the companys servers|
|· Zimperium researcher released an iOS Kernel Exploit PoC|
|· Experts found an undocumented Kill Switch in Intel Management Engine|
|· Hacking SAP POS systems with a $25 Raspberry Pi|
|· India and Pakistan hit by state-sponsored cyber espionage campaign|
|· US CERT is warning of potential Hurricane Harvey Phishing Scams|
|· Android Banking Trojan MoqHao targets South Korea users|
|· Onliner Spambot – More than 711 Million email addresses open and accessible online|
|· Selena Gomez Instagram hacked! Hackers post Bieber nude photos|
|· Swedish web hosting Loopia suffered severe data breach|
|· APT group leverage Gazer backdoor to spy on embassies and consular operations|
|· Expert discovered 2,893 Bitcoin miners left exposed on the Internet|
|· Hackers exploited an Instagram flaw access celebrity profile data|
|· WikiLeaks – CIA used the AngelFire implant infect systems running Windows OSs|
|· A code execution flaw in LabVIEW will remain unpatched|
|· Experts discovered easily explitable flaws in Arris modems distributed by AT&T|
|· Experts discovered easily exploitable flaws in Arris modems distributed by AT&T|
|· FDA recalls 465,000 pacemakers open to cyber attack|
|· The OurMine hacker group defaced WikiLeaks website with a DNS redirect|
|· Vxer is offering Cobian RAT in the underground, but it is backdoored|
|· 6 Million Celebrities Instagram High-Profiles Data available for sale on DoxaGram|
|· DragonOK APT is adopting new tactics, techniques and procedures|
|· Experts spotted a malware campaign using HoeflerText Popups to push RAT Malware|
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