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|· A leaked document raises a doubt about NSA knew the #Krack attack since 2010|
|· APT28 group is rushing to exploit recent CVE-2017-11292 Flash 0-Day before users apply the patches|
|· DHS and FBI warn of ongoing attacks on energy firms and critical infrastructure|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 133 – News of the week|
|· AhMyth Android RAT, another open source Android RAT Tool available on GitHub|
|· Exclusive – CSE ZLab experts spotted a new Wonder botnet in the wild|
|· NetBSD security improved with the implementation of kernel ASLR (KASLR)|
|· APNIC Whois-related problem led to accidental exposure of authentication data|
|· Bad Rabbit ransomware rapidly spreads, Ukraine and Russia most targeted countries|
|· Credentials (UN)Management in home banking.|
|· Latest Russia-linked APT28 campaign targeting security experts|
|· Researcher spotted flaws in the web-based version of popular Sarahah app|
|· Whole Foods Market confirms that nearly 100 locations were affected by card breach|
|· CSE Malware ZLab – Preliminary analysis of Bad Rabbit attack|
|· DUHK Attack allows attackers recover encryption keys used to secure VPN connections and web browsing sessions|
|· Offshore Legal Firm Appleby Hacked, financial details of rich clients is set to be released|
|· Hackers broke into the celeb London Bridge Plastic Surgery clinic|
|· Kaspersky: Hackers used backdoored MS Office key-gen to steal NSA exploits|
|· Krebs reported that Dell lost Control of dellbackupandrecoverycloudstorage Domain in June 2017|
|· Microsoft releases the open-source scanning tool Sonar|
|· A new Ursnif Banking Trojan campaign targets Japan|
|· Bad Rabbit Ransomware leverages the NSA Exploit for lateral movements|
|· Digging the Middle East and North African cybercrime underground market|
|· UK Government links the WannaCry attack that crippled NHS to North Korea|
|· Basetools underground hacking forum breached, hacker demands $50K ransom|
|· Documents encrypted by Bad Rabbit ransomware could be recovered without paying ransom|
|· Mysterious hack allows attackers stealing Windows login credentials without user interaction|
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