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|· Flaws in IEEE P1735 electronics standard expose intellectual property|
|· Popular Anime crunchyroll.com hijacked to distribute a keylogger|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 135 – News of the week|
|· The NIC Asia Bank is the last victim of the SWIFT hackers|
|· Hackers leak WhatsApp screenshots and intimate photos of WWE Diva Paige|
|· KRACK Detector is a tool to detect and prevent KRACK attacks in your network|
|· Malware signed with stolen Digital code-signing certificates continues to bypass security software|
|· Paradise Papers were the result of the hack of external attackers|
|· The GIBON Ransomware appears in the threat landscape|
|· Cisco patches a DoS vulnerability in IOE XE operating system|
|· German users exploit a Twitter bug to post 30,000-character tweet|
|· One Third of The Internet Has Seen a DDoS Attack In The Past Two Years|
|· Owners have found a built-in Keylogger in MantisTek GK2 Keyboards that send some data to China|
|· Vietnamese APT32 group is one of the most advanced APTs in the threat landscape|
|· A regular GitHub user accidentally triggered a flaw Ethereum Parity Wallet that locked up $280 million in Ether|
|· Android Security Bulletin—November 2017 – Google addresses critical flaws and high-risk KRACK vulnerabilities in Android|
|· Google Syzkaller fuzzer allowed to discover several flaws in Linux USB Subsystem|
|· Symantec uncovered a new APT, the cyber espionage Sowbug group|
|· Experts can hack most CPUs since 2008 over USB by triggering Intel Management Engine flaw|
|· Hack the hackers. Watcha out the NEW IPCAM EXPLOIT, it is a scam!|
|· Russia-Linked APT28 group observed using DDE attack to deliver malware|
|· Vault 8 – WikiLeaks releases source code for CIA Hive malware control platform|
|· #AskACISO Interview with Paul Rivers, CISO at Yale University|
|· Experts explain the Return on Investments in the cybercriminal underground|
|· Ordinypt is a wiper disguised as ransomware that targets German users|
|· TOASTAMIGO – the first known strain of malware that uses the Toast Overlay exploit|
|· #AVGater attack abuse Quarantine vulnerabilities for privilege escalation|
|· Equifax earnings release: Security breach related expenses cost $87.5 Million in Q3|
|· Ethereum Parity Wallet freeze that locked up $280 million in Ether was a hack, claims Cappasity|
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