IT Security Weekend Catch Up – November 25, 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. Stolen painting for sale on darkweb
  2. Imgur user data stolen in 2014
  3. Russian hacker closer to the extradition to US
  4. Phishing after Uber leak
  5. Youtube and child exploitation problem
  6. the grugq on ISIS
  7. Mysterious bank thieves
  8. Famous hacker-activist accused of sexual assaults
  9. Story of a Russian banker

For the more technical

  1. Red Team tools hacking
  2. Attacks on vulnerable WordPress plugins
  3. Possible bitcoin network attacks
  4. Clever trick to tracking Tor hidden services
  5. Android commercial spyware
  6. Tool to check app permissions
  7. $15 network pentesting tool
  8. CVE-2017-11826 exploited in the wild
  9. Prompt verification for Google account authentication
  10. FBI investigator on some technical aspects of his work
  11. Google monitoring smartphone location with location services turned off
  12. NCSC on Turla tools
  13. Malware analysis tools
  14. Tether hack wallet analysis
  15. Can a hacker sink a ship
  16. A very detailed analysis of the Bangladesh hack
  17. Finding RCE on HP printers
  18. An interesting Android attack
  19. MyBTGWallet.com scam analysis
  20. Application whitelisting bypass
  21. U2F keys review
  22. Chaining several bugs to get RCE
  23. New techsupport scam trick
  24. Busybox vulnerability
  25. New OWASP TOP 10
  26. TP-LINK websites with outdated firmware
  27. Analysis of IoT malware
  28. Word macro ransomware
  29. CVE-2017-5689 (Intel) analysis
  30. Cloudflare on DDoS attacks
  31. WordPress pingback attack analysis

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