IT Security Weekend Catch Up – October 28, 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. Another tax heaven law firm data leak
  2. Plastic surgeon customer data stolen
  3. Financial markets vulnerable to GPS attacks
  4. Ongoing ad fraud
  5. Marathon cheating
  6. Morgan Marquis-Boire accused of sexual harassment

For the more technical

  1. BadRabit links
    1. FireEye
    2. RiskIQ
    3. thegrugq
    4. BartBlaze
    5. Endgame
    6. Malwarebytes
    7. Microsoft
    8. ESET
    9. Kaspersky
    10. Talos
  2. Inmarsat terminal vulnerabilities and Inmarsat response
  3. Hacking smartlocks
  4. Joanna Rutkowska about secure computing
  5. Hashcat 4.0 released
  6. Strange Skype password policy
  7. CVE-2017-11826 analysis (MS Office)
  8. Hacker forum hacked
  9. Hacking LG vacuum cleaner
  10. Further IoT_reaper analysis
  11. Analysis of IoT_reaper real scale
  12. Analysis of a Ethereum wallet phishing attack
  13. Security researcher suspected of crimes
  14. Interesting statement by Kaspersky
  15. Dell lost control over an important domain
  16. SecureDrop vulnerability
  17. CoinHive domain takeover
  18. Dating apps security review
  19. iCloud data retrieval
  20. Recovering bitcoins from an obfuscated QR code
  21. Hiding DDE payloads
  22. APNIC accidentally published password hashes
  23. Cyberconflict document used in a cyberconflict
  24. Vulnerability reporting is faster in China
  25. About SSL stripping
  26. Fake entries in GeoIP database
  27. A very malicious Google Chrome plugin
  28. Fake cryptocurrency exchange apps
  29. New Windows feature protects folders
  30. Exploit kit activity analysis
  31. Chrome depreciates support for Public Key Pinning

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