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|· Fappening – A fourth man has been charged with hacking into over 250 Apple iCloud accounts belonging to celebrities|
|· Lenovo spotted and fixed a backdoor in RackSwitch and BladeCenter networking switches|
|· Mirai Okiru botnet targets for first time ever in the history ARC-based IoT devices|
|· Security Affairs newsletter Round 145 – News of the week|
|· Blackwallet hacked, hackers stole $400,000 from users accounts through DNS hijacking|
|· New KillDisk variant targets Windows machines in financial organizations in Latin America|
|· Spectre/Meltdown patches had a significant impact on SolarWindss AWS infrastructure|
|· Canadian man charged over leak of billions hacked accounts through LeakedSource|
|· Customers reporting OnePlus payment website was hacked and reported credit card fraud|
|· Four malicious Chrome extensions affected over half a million users and global businesses|
|· Powerful Skygofree spyware was reported in November by Lukas Stefanko and first analyzed by CSE CybSec|
|· How to hack Facebook accounts exploiting CSRF in Oculus app|
|· Internet Systems Consortium rolled out a patch for a BIND security flaw caused DNS Servers Crash|
|· Oracle January 2018 Critical Patch Update also addresses Spectre and Meltdown|
|· RubyMiner Monero Cryptominer affected 30% of networks worldwide in just 24h|
|· KillaMuvz, the creator of the Cryptex tool family pleads guilty to running malware services|
|· Meltdown and Spectre patches have a variable impact and can cause unwanted reboots, Intel warns|
|· North Korea Group 123 involved in at least 6 different hacking campaigns in 2017|
|· Threat actors are delivering the Zyklon Malware exploiting three Office vulnerabilities|
|· chaiOS Bug can crash iMessage App on any iPhone and macOS with a simple link|
|· Dark Caracal APT – Lebanese intelligence is spying on targets for years|
|· Experts uncovered a new campaign abusing FTP servers to deliver Dridex Banking Trojan|
|· Health South East RHF data breach exposed health records for half of Norways Population|
|· Triton Malware exploited a Zero-Day flaw in Schneider Triconex SIS controllers|
|· Crackas leader (15) gained access to data of intel operations in Afghanistan and Iran by posing as the CIA chief|
|· Italian companies and Ministry of the Interior under attack, experts spotted a huge botnet|
|Red Hat reverts Spectre (CVE-2017-5715) security updates due to boot issues reported by customers|
|The US Global surveillance bill has been signed by President Trump|
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