IT Security Weekend Catch Up – September 23, 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. An ex-employee redirected company website to gay porn
  2. RAMP marketplace closed
  3. US intelligence gathers info from ISIS devices

For the more technical

  1. RCE w Synology Photo Station
  2. USENIX conference materials
  3. BSides Augusta recordings
  4. Passwords for car tracking devices leaked
  5. Chrome RCE found by Microsoft
  6. CCleaner incident
    1. MorphiSec discovery
    2. Initial Talos report
    3. Second Talos report
    4. Avast analysis
    5. Avast progress report
  7. MS Office malicious file analysis
  8. Apache Tomcat 7.0 Windows RCE
  9. Hacking companies via helpdesk
  10. Malicious files served on ISP level
  11. Default password in some 1-Click apps in DigitalOcean
  12. SEC data breach
  13. Guessing Joomla + LDAP password
  14. New Windows Defender ATP features
  15. [VIDEO] Excellent MtGox thefts story plus summary
  16. New WordPress, worth updating
  17. CVE-2017-8759 analysis (Office)
  18. Chrome, IE and Edge security analysis
  19. iTerm data leaks via DNS
  20. Infrared data transfers with connected cameras
  21. How to deal with app vulnerabilities
  22. How is Kaspersky analysing malware
  23. An interesting Office document attacks
  24. Gas pump skimmers
  25. H1 2017 ransomware attacks
  26. Hacking pizza with Burp
  27. How Microsoft defends Office365
  28. Optionsbleed – Apache memory leaks plus 3 years old report
  29. Bitcoin hacking via SS7
  30. EHDevel threat analysis
  31. Steam Inventory Helper monitors users
  32. New Locky campaign
  33. Go Keyboard steals user data

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