IT Security Weekend Catch Up – September 9, 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. Telegram app creator story
  2. Marcus Hutchins story
  3. [PDF] Belgian fighters in ISIS
  4. Smuggling story
  5. Huge spyware affair in Mexico

For the more technical

  1. Analysis of a malicious Chrome plugin
  2. Huge Equifax data theft
    1. Breach description
    2. Breach response description
    3. Breach response analysis
    4. Apache Struts was the probable attack vector
  3. RCE in Apache Struts
  4. Ongoing attacks on Apache Struts vulnerability
  5. Another analysis of ongoing attacks
  6. How the vulnerability in Struts was identified
  7. Dlink 850L vulnerabilities
  8. A really vulnerable infusion pump
  9. Bitcoin miners strategies
  10. Serious vulnerabilities in German vote-counting software
  11. [PDF] Exploit pricing on the black market – analysis
  12. Unauthorized access to Uber chat system
  13. Betabot spread with fake Adobe server
  14. Bypassing Cloudflare
  15. Nigerian scam without Nigerians
  16. Dreamliner entertainment system scan
  17. Tracking IoT botnet author
  18. Analysis of an old French malware sample
  19. Xerox printer vulnerabilities
  20. Attacks on energy sector
  21. New message from TheShadowBrokers
  22. Additional WireX botnet functions
  23. Upgrading password hashes
  24. Flash dumping
  25. A360 service used to spread malware
  26. Expired domains used in malvertising
  27. Mastercard service vulnerability
  28. Stealing .UK domains
  29. Tracking APT7 activity
  30. Flash vulnerabilities in Youtube
  31. New version of Passcape dictionaries
  32. Analysis of a good PDF file: part 1, part 2
  33. Graftor adware analysis
  34. Phishy authentication prompts
  35. Ransomware in H1 2017
  36. Hacking voice assistants via high frequency
  37. Malware campaign analysis
  38. Security mechanisms in iOS11
  39. UUE files attacks

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