IT Security Weekend Catch Up – September 30, 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. Sad state of bitcoin exchanges
  2. US immigration services use NSA data
  3. How Chinese hackers ruined companies
  4. Twitter discovers Russian accounts
  5. Bitcoin carnivores
  6. Russian spammer fights US extradition
  7. Further details of the latest NSA leak
  8. Surveillance company going bankrupt
  9. Stealing 40 tons of polycrystalline silicon
  10. What Tinder knows about you
  11. How Jihadi John was identified

For the more technical

  1. How to learn reverse engineering
  2. Ramnit analysis
  3. DerbyCon 2017 videos
  4. Description of interesting phishing attacks
  5. Phishing attacks on Belarussian government
  6. Analysis of a group of strangely popular websites
  7. RCE in Fibaro Home Center 2
  8. Clever Ethereum theft and follow-up investigation
  9. Remote buffer overflow in OpenVPN
  10. [PDF] Attacks on ATM – review
  11. Google working on new security measures for users
  12. How Facebook ignored Russian trolls
  13. [PDF] Europol report on cybercrime
  14. Further OilRig campaign analysis
  15. Large bug bounty for pressing “Enter”
  16. SEC hack
  17. Huge Ethereum mixer analysis
  18. Mining Monero via malvertising
  19. CVE-2017-8630 analysis (Office)
  20. Malware packers analysis
  21. Deloitte emails stolen
  22. Secure phone made in Russia
  23. BLE hacking
  24. Pattern unlocking risks
  25. AMP pages used in phishing attacks
  26. Stored XSS in WordPress
  27. IE leaking address bar data
  28. Retrieving WiFi passwords from iOS
  29. Coupon fraud
  30. Borrowing Microsoft code signing certificates

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