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|· Crooks used a KilllDisk wiper in an attack against Banco de Chile as diversion for a SWIFT hack|
|· Search Engines in Russia cannot link to banned VPN services and Internet proxy services|
|· Experts warn hackers have already stolen over $20 Million from Ethereum clients exposing interface on port 8545|
|· Former GCHQ chief Hannigan warns of Russias aggressive approach to the cyberspace|
|· InvisiMole Spyware is a powerful malware that went undetected for at least five years|
|· South Korean Cryptocurrency Exchange Coinrail hacked, hackers stole over $40M worth of ICO tokens|
|· Crooks used multi-stage attacks aimed at Russian Service Centers|
|· North Korea-linked Lazarus APT behind recent ActiveX attacks|
|· Operation WireWire – Law enforcement arrested 74 individuals involved in BEC scams|
|· VMware addresses a critical remote code execution vulnerability in AirWatch Agent|
|· Dixons Carphone data breach, 5.9 million payment cards exposed|
|· June 12 2018 Historic Edition of Cyber Defense eMagazine Has Arrived. Over 150 pages…|
|· Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates for June 2018 addresses 11 Critical RCE Flaws|
|· PyRoMineIoT spreads via EternalRomance exploit and targets targets IoT devices in Iran and Saudi Arabia.|
|· Researcher found 43 Million email addresses leaked by the Trik spam botnet|
|· 2018 Russia World Cup : Russian cyber spy may hack travelers mobile devices|
|· Analysis of the evolution of exploit kits in the threat landscape|
|· Analyzing the SAP June 2018 Security Patch Day|
|· China-linked Emissary Panda APT group targets National Data Center in Asia|
|· European Parliament decides to ban Kaspersky products because are malicious|
|· A new Meltdown-like flaw tracked as LazyFP affects Intel CPUs|
|· A new MuddyWater Campaign spreads Powershell-based PRB-Backdoor|
|· Experts released a free decryptor for Everbe Ransomware|
|· Mysterybot, a new LokiBot-Linked Android Trojan Emerges|
|· SigSpoof GnuPG flaw could be exploited to spoof message signatures|
|· Europol dismantled the Rex Mundi hacker crew, it arrested another member of the gang|
|· Singapore was hit by an unprecedented number of attacks during the Trump-Kim Summit|
|· Syscoin Github has been breached, hacker replaced Syscoin Windows client with tainted version|
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