Here’s a quick review of the top security headlines from this week, July 10 – July 14, 2017.

Friday, July 14, 2017


New Ovidiy Stealer Malware Sold on Russian Site – Bleeping Computer

Old Kerberos Bypass Flaw Patched in Windows, Linux – Security Week

Inadequate Boundary Protections Common in Critical Infrastructure: ICS-CERT – Security Week

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Vault 7: CIA Developed Android Malware That Works as an SMS Proxy – Bleeping Computer

New Ransomware Threatens to Send Your Internet History & Private Pics to All Your Friends – The Hacker News

Hackers Are Using Automated Scans to Target Unfinished WordPress Installs – Bleeping Computer

Ubuntu Linux for Windows 10 Released — Yes, You Read it Right – The Hacker News

Restricting Firefox to TLS version 1.2 makes browsing safer – Computer World

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Verizon Suffers Cloud Data Leak Exposing Data on Millions of Customers – Dark Reading

Hackers again stole guests’ credit card data from Trump Hotels – CSO Online

PSA: Don’t Open SPAM Containing Password Protected Word Docs – Bleeping Computer

Singapore’s proposed cybersecurity bill should put many on notice – ZD Net

The 15 biggest data breaches of the 21st century – CSO Online

It’s War – Cybriant

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Prolific Russian Hacker Gets Nine Years in Prison – Bleeping Computer

NTLM Relay Attacks Still Causing Problems in 2017 – Bleeping Computer

Microsoft Patches Critical Zero-Day Flaw in Windows Security Protocol – Dark Reading

IT is NOT Cybersecurity – CSO Online

Monday, July 10, 2017 

POS malware steals card data, maybe fingerprints, from workplace food kiosks – SC Magazine

Google Silently Adds ‘Panic Detection Mode” to Android 7.1 – How It’s Useful – The Hacker News

The Clever Phishing Trick Used by Hackers Targeting the US Energy Sector – Bleeping Computer

Dark Web Hosting Service Hacked, Some Data Was Stolen – Bleeping Computer

NATO: We’re Supplying New Cybersecurity Equipment to Ukraine – NY Times

Connecticut Unveils Cybersecurity Strategy – NBC Connecticut

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