IT Security Weekend Catch Up – June 30, 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. Great iPhone jailbreaks story
  2. Darknet phishing author sentenced
  3. Chaos Computer Club story
  4. Story of a “hacker” who wanted to save children
  5. US looking to ban Kaspersky products

For the more technical

  1. Petya – NotPetya – technical
    1. Analysis by Kaspersky
    2. Excellent analysis by Microsoft
    3. Second analysis by Microsoft
    4. Another excellent analysis by Carbon Black
    5. MalwareTech analysis
    6. Kryptos analysis
    7. CrowdStrike analysis
    8. F-Secure analysis
    9. Fortinet analysis
    10. Bruteforcing process hashes
    11. Telebots – a wider picture
  2. Petya – Not Petya – other
    1. hack4pancakes analysis 
    2. MEDoc suspected in May in ransomware distribution
    3. Hosting company used by MEDoc suspected of cooperation with Russian intelligence services
    4. Analysis of attackers targets
  3. SSDP DDoS attacks
  4. Bypassing PatchGuard with Processor Trace Based Hooking
  5. Wind turbines hacking
  6. New post by TheShadowBrokers
  7. Windows Defender ATP update
  8. Analysis of North Korea’s DDoS attacks
  9. Kaspersky’s report on ransomware evolution
  10. Routing attacks on cryptocurrencies
  11. Microsoft encryption advice not very solid
  12. PlugX campaign analysis
  13. APT28 attacks on Montenegro
  14. KeePassXC with YubiKey support
  15. Stack Clash exploits published
  16. Forensic analysis of BitTorrent Sync protocol
  17. Buffer overflow in Avast
  18. Shadow admins in your AD
  19. VMWare use after free
  20. Edge cases with text strings
  21. Security analysis of top 1M sites
  22. .NET malware analysis
  23. Latest CIA tool leaks
  24. Windows 10 will allow for folder locks
  25. Eternal Champion exploit analysis
  26. WannaCry technical analysis

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