Security Affairs newsletter Round 218 – News of the week

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Author: Pierluigi Paganini

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Critical RCE affects older Diebold Nixdorf ATMs
Facebook is going to stop Huawei pre-installing apps
on mobile devices
Millions of Exim mail servers vulnerable to cyber
attacks
CIA sextortion campaign, analysis of a
well-organized scam
CVE-2019-12735 – opening a specially crafted file in
Vim or Neovim Editor could compromise your Linux system
Microsoft warns of spam campaign exploiting
CVE-2017-11882 flaw
Retro video
game website Emuparadise suffered a data breach
Shanghai Jiao Tong University data leak – 8.4TB in
email metadata exposed
Spain extradites 94 Taiwanese to China phone and
online fraud charges
Adobe Patch Tuesday updates fix code execution
issues in Campaign, ColdFusion, and Flash
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) confirms hack of
a subcontractor
CVE-2019-2725 Oracle WebLogic flaw exploited in
cryptojacking campaign
How Ursnif Evolves to Keep Threatening Italy
MuddyWater APT group updated its multi-stage
PowerShell backdoor Powerstats
Vulnerability in WordPress Live Chat Plugin allows
to steal and hijack sessions
FIN8 Hacking Group is back with an improved version
of the ShellTea Backdoor
Google expert disclosed details of an unpatched flaw
in SymCrypt library
Microsoft Patch Tuesday security updates for June
2019 fix 88 flaws
Radiohead releases a trove of stolen music in
response to the hack
RAMBleed, a new Side-Channel Attack that allows
stealing sensitive data
Flaw in Evernote Web Clipper for Chrome extension
allows stealing data
Massive DDos attack hit Telegram, company says most
of junk traffic is from China
Ransomware paralyzed production for at least a week
at ASCO factories
WAGO Industrial Switches affected by multiple flaws
Dissecting NanoCore Crimeware Attack Chain
French authorities released the PyLocky decryptor
for versions 1 and 2
Millions of Exim mail servers are currently under
attack
Mozilla addressed flaws in Thunderbird that allow
code execution
Yubico is replacing for free YubiKey FIPS devices
due to security weakness
Xenotime threat actor now is targeting Electric
Utilities in US and APAC

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