IT Security Weekend Catch Up – June 17, 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. Military exercise with cyber attacks
  2. BAE Systems sells surveillance technology to repressive governments
  3. Tracking US submarines
  4. US university scammed for 2 million USD
  5. Top university under ransomware attack
  6. Russian killers operating in UK
  7. Crypter seller customers arrested
  8. Satellite phone system hacker pleads guilty
  9. Very Slender Vessels and drug trafficking
  10. Israeli spy in Lebanon
  11. Chelsea Manning profile
  12. North Korea activity analysis
  13. The Pirate Bay blocking gets closer

For the more technical

  1. Industroyer / CRASHOVERRIDE
    1. ESET analysis
    2. Dragos analysis
    3. US-CERT alert
    4. Wired reporting
    5. Industry reactions
  2. Circle City Con recordings
  3. Fake giveaway campaign with airline tickets on Facebook
  4. Neutrino Exploit Kit goes dark
  5. HP printer RCE step by step
  6. WINS server vulnerability
  7. Fake tech support campaign analysis
  8. Vulnerabilities in US election systems
  9. Multistage attack analysed
  10. [PDF] CVE-2017-0199 exploit life analysis
  11. Porn spam botnet analysis
  12. CIA attacks on home routers
  13. SOREBRECT ransomware analysis
  14. A simple phishing trick
  15. Core files on webservers
  16. SpiderOak ONE attacks
  17. Detecting lateral movement through tracking event logs
  18. Malware analysis for beginners
  19. Incredible metadata analysis based on HackingTeam leak
  20. WannaCry metadata analysis
  21. Attacking Nexus 9 via headphones
  22. North Korea’s botnet infrastructure
  23. New Windows XP updates
  24. Detailed analysis of a spying campaign in the Middle East
  25. MacRansom analysis
  26. Car hacking resources
  27. Extracting password from Jaxx wallet
  28. Hijacking account via phone numbers
  29. Hacking the Virgin Media Super Hub
  30. [PDF] Why Nigerian scammers say they are from Nigeria
  31. Detecting fake answers via mouse movement analysis
  32. Analysis of an information stealing library on Android
  33. Forgotten Samsung domain puts users at risk
  34. Analysis of a malware campaign in the Middle East
  35. CVE-2016-1287 exploit analysis (Cisco ASA)
  36. Kovter and Cerber campaign analysis
  37. [APT] Extortion by APT10

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