Security Affairs newsletter Round 231

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Author: Pierluigi Paganini

A new round of the weekly newsletter arrived! The best news of the week with Security Affairs

Hi folk, let me inform you that I suspended the newsletter service, anyway I’ll continue to provide you a list of published posts every week through the blog.

Once again thank you!

Experts found Joker Spyware in 24 apps in the Google Play store
Toyota Boshoku Corporation lost over $37 Million
following BEC attack
University, Professional Certification or Direct
Experience?
WordPress 5.2.3 fixes multiple issues, including
some severe XSS flaws
Belarusian authorities seized XakFor, one of the
largest Russian-speaking hacker sites
China-linked APT3 was able to modify stolen NSA
cyberweapons
Stealth Falcon New Malware Uses Windows BITS Service
to Stealthy Exfiltrate Data
Stealth Falcons undocumented backdoor uses Windows
BITS to exfiltrate data
Symantec uncovered the link between China-Linked
Thrip and Billbug groups
Telegram
Privacy Fails Again
Wikipedia suffered intermittent outages as a result
of a malicious attack
DoS attack the caused disruption at US power utility
exploited a known flaw
Million of Telestar Digital GmbH IoT radio devices
can be remotely hacked
Police dismantled Europes second-largest counterfeit
currency network on the dark web
Robert Downey Jrs Instagram account has been hacked
Adobe September 2019 Patch Tuesday updates fix 2
code execution flaws in Flash Player
Dissecting the 10k Lines of the new TrickBot Dropper
Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates for September 2019
fix 2 privilege escalation flaws exploited in attacks
NetCAT attack allows hackers to steal sensitive data
from Intel CPUs
Some models of Comba and D-Link WiFi routers leak
admin credentials
The Wolcott school district suffered a second
ransomware attack in 4 months
Iran-linked group Cobalt Dickens hit over 60
universities worldwide
LokiBot info stealer involved in a targeted attack
on a US Company
SAP September 2019 Security Patch Day addresses four
Security Notes rated as Hot News
SimJacker attack allows hacking any phone with just
an SMS
Poland to establish Cyberspace Defence Force by 2024
The US Treasury placed sanctions on North Korea
linked APT Groups
WatchBog cryptomining botnet now uses Pastebin for
C2
Expert disclosed passcode bypass bug in iOS 13 a
week before its release
Hackers stole payment data from Garmin South Africa
shopping portal
InnfiRAT Trojan steals funds from Bitcoin and
Litecoin wallets

Pierluigi Paganini

(SecurityAffairs – Newsletter, hacking)

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