IT Security Weekend Catch Up – May 20, 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. Researcher under threat for reporting potential security breach
  2. Activist arrested for not revealing computer password
  3. [PDF] Russian secret services using criminal networks
  4. Access codes for United Airlines cockpit doors posted online
  5. Hacker claim they stole new Disney movie

For the more technical

  1. WannaCry updates:
  2. Tinder multilateration scenario
  3. NSA DanderSpritz platform analysis
  4. NSA exploit EPICHERO analysis
  5. AppLocker bypass
  6. Memory leak from Yahoo mailservers
  7. Google bug bounty with error page
  8. Oracle PeopleSoft RCE
  9. Uber account takeover
  10. Weak WiFi security in Trump’s estate
  11. Joomla SQLi
  12. Chinese ministry is APT3
  13. CVE-2017-0263 analysis (Windows)
  14. Astrum, the return of an old exploit pack
  15. Terror Exploit Kit analysis
  16. DocuSign breach leading to malware campaign
  17. Stealing Windows credentials with Google Chrome
  18. Individual patterns recovered form aggregated data
  19. APT32 – offensive cyber from Vietnam
  20. Finding a vulnerability in a file sharing script
  21. Getting paid for infecting your own phone
  22. Fresh dump of more CIA tools
  23. Apache Struts 0day impact stats
  24. Interesting approach to fight ransomware
  25. AWS storage in penetration testing
  26. Jaff ransomware campaign
  27. SSH MiTM tool
  28. New Loki campaign
  29. Improving offensive macro
  30. Recovering deleted iCloud notes past retention period

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