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| 10-year-old vulnerability in Avaya VoIP Phones finally fixed |
|Boffins hacked Siemens Simatic S7, most secure controllers in the industry|
|Gaining remote code execution using a tainted SQLite database|
|FBI is searching for contractors to monitor social media|
|Flaws in device drivers from 20 vendors allow hackers to install a persistent backdoor|
|Infecting Canon EOS DSLR camera with ransomware over the air|
|Watch out, your StockX account details may be available in crime forums|
|Adobe Patch Tuesday for August 2019 fixed 119 flaws in 8 products|
|Cerberus, a new banking Trojan available as malware-as-a-service in the underground|
|Flaws in 4G Routers of various vendors put millions of users at risk|
|Google hacker discloses 20-year-old Windows flaw still unpatched|
|Recently Cloud Atlas used a new piece of polymorphic malware|
|Czech Republic ‘s committee blames foreign state for Foreign Ministry Cyberattack|
|Flaws in HTTP/2 implementations expose servers to DoS attacks|
|Microsoft Patch Tuesday for August 2019 patch 93 bugs, including 2 dangerous wormable issues|
|Security Patch Day for August includes the most critical Note released by SAP in 2019|
|A flaw in Kaspersky Antivirus allowed tracking its users online|
|Biometric data of 1M leaked via an unsecured Suprema owned database|
|KNOB attack threatens over a billion Bluetooth-enabled devices|
|Threat actors use a Backdoor and RAT combo to target the Balkans|
|700,000 records belonging to Choice Hotels customer leaked online. Crooks demanded ransom|
|European Central Bank (ECB) discloses data breach in BIRD Newsletter|
|Hurry Up! Update your LibreOffice because 2 patches have been bypassed|
|Mozilla addresses master password security bypass flaw in Firefox|
|USBSamurai — A Remotely Controlled Malicious USB HID Injecting Cable for less than 10$|
|Expert shows how to bypass a fix for a recently discovered Steam flaw|
|New DanaBot banking Trojan campaign targets Germany|
|Trend Micro addressed two DLL Hijacking flaws in Trend Micro Password Manager|
(SecurityAffairs – newsletter)
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