IT Security Weekend Catch Up – September 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. Font detectives
  2. Identity theft story
  3. Analysis of frequent lottery winners
  4. South Park messing with Alexa
  5. Mystery sound weapon attacks
  6. Comment about Kaspersky in the US
  7. New Snowden leaks published
  8. Smugglers used as Russian spies
  9. North Korea and stealing cryptocurrency

For the more technical

  1. Malicious packages in Python repository
  2. Excellent Equifax breach analysis in 5 parts
  3. Simple but effective bitcoin fraud scenario
  4. Threat visualisation
  5. New Poison Ivy analysis
  6. Pragmatic approach to authentication
  7. Some vulnerabilities in Facebook Workplace
  8. Android malware analysis
  9. Dangerous MS Office vulnerability:
    1. Information from Microsoft
    2. Exploit example
    3. FireEye analysis
  10. Looking for a new version of Agent.BTZ
  11. Finding MD4 collisions
  12. Ethereum theft scenario
  13. Location tracking and divorces
  14. Sold WordPress plugin used to inject ads
  15. Large payouts for Tor Browser 0day
  16. Critical Bluetooth vulnerabilities
  17. Attacks via hacked LinkedIn accounts
  18. Mining crypto with botnets
  19. Hikvision cameras backdoor
  20. Hanbanggaoke cameras vulnerability
  21. Excellent TheShadowBrokers timeline
  22. Connected car forensics
  23. iOS 11 and iCloud security
  24. iOS 11 security overview
  25. Spoofing server ownership test
  26. [PDF] Results of two darknet markets closures
  27. FireEye device vulnerabilities
  28. D-link router vulnerabilities
  29. From SQLi to domain admin
  30. Detecting Mimikatz
  31. [PDF] Root causes of HTTPS errors
  32. Analysis of Turkish report that landed people in jail
  33. Kedi RAT analysis

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