IT Security Weekend Catch Up – April 1, 2017

Afraid of missing important security news during the week? We’re here to help! Every week we put together a curated list of all important security news in one place, for your reading pleasure. Enjoy!

For the less technical

  1. RAT author accused of helping criminals
  2. Italian mafia operations in the Netherlands
  3. Interview with a Belarusian hacker
  4. [PDF] Yearly report from Finnish intelligence (cyber included)

For the more technical

  1. Black Hat Asia slides
  2. Analysis of an interesting piece of malware, without attribution
  3. Targeted attack on GitHub developers
  4. Disttrack distribution in Shamoon 2 attacks
  5. Bypassing Control Flow Guard
  6. Fired sysadmin shut down company systems
  7. New analysis of attacks against Clinton campaign
  8. Long DDoS by Mirai variant
  9. Issues with Symantec SSL certificate issuing process
  10. Very detailed analysis of CVE-2017-5638 (Struts2)
  11. Analysis of Struts2 attacks
  12. Banking malware source code leaked by author himself
  13. Crowdstrike retracted some statements on cyberattacks on Ukrainian army
  14. Local privilege escalation in Ubuntu
  15. Cerber evades machine learning
  16. Mobile Safari scareware campaign
  17. Attackers tools and techniques
  18. Exploit for CVE-2017-7269 (IIS 6) + 0patch
  19. Exploit analysis for CVE-2017-0005 (Windows)
  20. Dishwasher vulnerability
  21. Hacking OnePlus
  22. New Dorkbot analysis
  23. [PDF] iOS 10 security guide
  24. Analysis of  CVE-2017-0022 (Windows)
  25. Botnet attacking gift cards
  26. [PDF] Privacy analysis of Tor Hidden Services
  27. APT29 domain fronting with Tor
  28. Certificate validation vulnerability in iOS and macOS
  29. Escaping a Python sandbox with a memory corruption bug
  30. Word document attacking both Windows and OS X
  31. Analysis of Turla group tool
  32. RCE on box.com
  33. APT29 samples
  34. Sundown EK analysis

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