Security Affairs newsletter Round 193 – News of the week

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The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

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Twitter fixed bug could have exposed Direct Messages
to third-party apps
US ballistic missile defense systems (BMDS) open to
cyber attacks
A second sample of the Shamoon V3 wiper analyzed by
the experts
Decrypting HiddenTear Ransomware for free with HT
Brute Forcer
Germany BSI chief says ‘No Evidence of Huawei spying
Siemens addresses multiple critical flaws in
SINUMERIK Controllers
Critical unfixed flaws affect ABB Safety PLC
Czech cyber-security agency warns over Huawei, ZTE
security threat
Malware controlled through commands hidden in memes
posted on Twitter
Twitter uncovered a possible nation-state attack
NASA data breach – The agency notifies employees of
a security intrusion
Russia-linked Sofacy APT developed a new ‘Go variant
of Zebrocy tool
Alleged Chinese-hackers accessed thousands of EU
diplomatic cables
Analyzing a Danabot Paylaod that is targeting Italy
Microsoft issues emergency patch for IE Zero Day
exploited in the wild
Researcher disclosed a Windows zero-day for the
third time in a few months
5 IoT Security
Predictions for 2019
Caribou Coffee Payment Card Breach, over 260 stores
Hack the Air Force 3 – White hat hackers earn
US DoJ indicts Chinese hackers over state-sponsored
cyber espionage
Law enforcement take down 15 DDoS-for-Hire services
San Diego School District (SDUSD) security breach
exposed data of 500,000 students and staff

Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)

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