IT Security Weekend Catch Up – July 29, 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. Strict age checks in UK planned for access to porn
  2. North Korea internet usage patterns
  3. Russian hackers recently arrested in Europe
  4. Long fight with a tech support scammer
  5. Results of closing BTC-e
  6. Kaspersky AV soon to be free
  7. Roomba wants to sell information about flat layouts
  8. Pakistani intelligence analysis
  9. Detection of phone pranking

For the more technical

  1. Flare VM – virtual machine for malware analysis
  2. Carwash attacks
  3. Google removes spying apps
  4. TheShadowBrokers activity analysis
  5. False personality created over several months by hackers
  6. New trends in BEC attacks – HTML attachments
  7. Detailed OilRig campaign analysis
  8. Nominations and winners of Pwnies 2017
  9. Cheap and secure notebook configuration
  10. Interesting way of running malicious code
  11. Tracking phones in 3G and 4G networks
  12. Copying access cards
  13. How Netflix DDoSed itself
  14. Tor servers security configuration analysis
  15. Details of WiFi chipset attack
  16. Windows Bounty Program
  17. Cost of a ransomware attack
  18. Ghost RAT vulnerabilities
  19. Who rescued $208 million in Ethereum
  20. Analysis of the Ethereum wallet vulnerability
  21. Another variant of CVE-2017-0199 attack
  22. Wilted Tulip APT analysis
  23. Spring Dragon APT analysis
  24. Largest BTC mixer closes shop
  25. Analysis of an OS X trojan horse
  26. Analysis of a 0day discovery report
  27. Unofficial Android store offered only infected apps
  28. Improperly configured Google Groups reveal confidential information
  29. Software-based U2F
  30. HawkEye campaign analysis
  31. Less popular backdoors for WWW servers
  32. Interesting reverse proxy attacks
  33. [VIDEO] TROOPERS17 videos
  34. Hacking a smart gun
  35. 4 vulnerabilities for GitHub Enterprise RCE

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