Security Affairs newsletter Round 158 – News of the week

April 15, 2018

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived!

The best news of the week with Security Affairs.

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·      ATMJackpot, a new strain of ATM Malware discovered by experts
·      Auth0 authentication bypass issue exposed enterprises to hack
·      Experts spotted a campaign spreading a new Agent Tesla Spyware variant
·      Crooks distribute malware masquerade as fake software updates and use NetSupport RAT
·      Sodexo Filmology data breach – Users need cancel their credit cards
·      Verge Cryptocurrency suffered a cyber attack, dev team responded with an Hard Fork
·      Vigilante hackers strike Russia and Iran Networks exploiting Cisco CVE-2018-0171 flaw
·      Booby-trapped Office docs build with ThreadKit trigger CVE-2018-4878 flaw
·      Linux open source utility Beep is affected by several vulnerabilitues
·      Public services at the Caribbean island Sint Maarten shut down by a cyber attack
·      SirenJack flaw in Emergency Alert Systems could be exploited to trigger false alarms
·      Top VEVO Music videos Including ‘Despacito defaced by hackers
·      Adobe April Security Bulletin Tuesday fixed 4 critical flaws in Flash
·      AMD and Microsoft release microcode and operating system updates against Spectre flaw
·      Microsoft April Patch Tuesday – Update your system now to avoid being hacked by visiting a site
·      APT33 devised a code injection technique dubbed Early Bird to evade detection by anti-malware tools
·      CVE-2018-0950 flaw in Microsoft Outlook could be exploited to steal Windows Passwords
·      Researchers discovered several flaws that expose electrical substations to hack
·      SAP April 2018 Security Patch Day address critical flaws in web browser controls in SAP Business Client
·      $3.3 Million stolen from main Coinsecure Bitcoin wallet
·      Experts uncovered a proxy botnet composed of over 65,000 routers exposed via UPnP protocol
·      Experts warn threat actors are scanning the web for Drupal installs vulnerable to Drupalgeddon2
·      Uber agrees to new FTC settlement over 2016 data breach
·      When the Russian Malware coder Gatsoev is praised by the Russian head of Information Department of the Ministry of Education and Science of North Ossetia
·      Are your Android devices updated? Researchers say maybe no
·      Great Western Railway asks users to reset passwords due to a security breach
·      Malware researcher have dismantled the EITest Network composed of 52,000

 

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Pierluigi Paganini

(Security Affairs – Newsletter)


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