Security Affairs newsletter Round 222 – News of the week

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Author: Pierluigi Paganini

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Croatia government agencies targeted with news
SilentTrinity malware
Customers of 7-Eleven Japan lost $500,000 due to a
flaw in the mobile app
Hackers compromised a Canonical GitHub account,
Ubuntu source code was not impacted
Backdoor mechanism found in Ruby strong_password
Cyberattack shuts down La Porte County government
Experts uncovered a new Magecart campaign that hacked
over 960 stores
Hackers are poisoning the PGP SKS keyserver network
Spotting RATs: Delphi wrapper makes the analysis
UK ICO fines British Airways £183 Million under GDPR
over 2018 security breach
A new Astaroth Trojan Campaign uncovered by
Flaw in Zoom video conferencing software lets sites
take over webcam on Mac
Kaspersky report: Malware shared by USCYBERCOM first
seen in December 2016
Maryland Department of Labor discloses a data breach
Prototype Pollution flaw discovered in all versions
of Lodash Library
Adobe Patch Tuesday updates for July 2019 address
only 5 minor flaws
Kali Linux is now available for Raspberry Pi 4
Microsoft released Patch Tuesday security updates
for July 2019
Parents Guide for Safe YouTube and Internet
Streaming for Kids
Severe vulnerabilities allow hacking older GE
anesthesia machines
UK ICO proposes a $123 million fine for Marriott
2014 data breach
A new NAS Ransomware targets QNAP Devices
Agent Smith Android malware already infected 25
million devices
Intel addresses high severity flaw in Processor
Diagnostic Tool
New FinFisher spyware used to spy on iOS and Android
users in 20 countries
CVE-2019-1132 Windows Zero-Day exploited by Buhtrap
Group in government attack
Exclusive, experts at Yoroi-Cybaze ZLab released a
free decryptor for Loocipher Ransomware
Hackers stole $32 million from Bitpoint
cryptocurrency exchange
New Miori botnet has a unique protocol for C2
FTC approves a record $5 billion settlement with
Facebook over Cambridge Analytica scandal
Magecart group infected over 17,000 domains via
unprotected AWS S3 Buckets

Pierluigi Paganini

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