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  1. Adobe out-of-band security updates address 82 flaws in 3 products
  2. Twitter deletes over 10,000 accounts that aim to influence U.S. voting
  3. SamSam ransomware continues to make damages. Call it targeted Ransomware
  4. Crooks offered for sale private messages for 81k Facebook accounts
  5. Joshua Adam Schulte, ex CIA employee, accused of continuing leaks from prison
  6. Cyber attack exposes sensitive data about a nuclear power plant in France
  7. CISCO warn of a zero-day DoS flaw that is being actively exploited in attacks
  8. Top Australia Defence company Austal notifies a serious security breach
  9. FIFA was hacked again, this is the second hack in a year
  10. BLEEDINGBIT Bluetooth flaws in TI chips expose enterprises to remote attacks
  11. ‘Aaron Smith’ Sextortion scam campaigns hit tens of thousands of individuals
  12. Iran hit by a more aggressive and sophisticated Stuxnet version
  13. Cyber Defense Magazine – November 2018 has arrived. Enjoy it!
  14. 85 Millions of voter records available for sale ahead of the 2018 US Midterm Elections
  15. A few hours after Apple released iOS 12.1, a researcher presented a Passcode Bypass issue
  16. Girl Scouts data breach exposed personal information of 2,800 members
  17. The author of the Mirai botnet gets six months of house arrest
  18. IBM buys Red Hat for $34 Billion, it is largest software transaction in history
  19. Systemd flaw could cause the crash or hijack of vulnerable Linux machines
  20. Crooks continue to abuse exposed Docker APIs for Cryptojacking
  21. Security Affairs newsletter Round 186 – News of the week
  22. How to deliver malware using weaponized Microsoft Office docs embedding YouTube video
  23. Apple and Samsung fined millions for “planned obsolescence” of old smartphones
  24. A few dollars to bring down sites with new Bushido-based DDoS-for-hire service
  25. British Airways: additional 185,000 passengers may have been affected
  26. CVE-2018-14665 privilege escalation flaw affects popular Linux distros
  27. UK ICO fines Facebook with maximum for Cambridge Analytica scandal
  28. UK ICO fines Facebook with maximum for Cambridge Analytica scandal
  29. Google requires 2 years of Android security updates for popular devices
  30. Experts discovered a severe command injection flaw in Cisco Webex Meetings Desktop
  31. Cathay Pacific data breach affecting 9.4 million passengers
  32. Magecart hackers change tactic and target vulnerable Magento extensions
  33. SandboxEscaper expert is back and disclosed a new Windows Zero-Day
  34. Chalubo, a new IoT botnet emerges in the threat landscape
  35. Russian Government-owned research institute linked to Triton attacks
  36. Message Decryption Key for Signal Desktop application stored in plain text
  37. The new Azorult 3.3 is available in the cybercrime underground market
  38. To Secure Medical Devices, the FDA Turns to Ethical Hackers
  39. The fix for the DOM-based XSS in Branch.io introduced a new XSS flaw
  40. Saudi Future Investment Initiative website defaced by the hackers
  41. FreeRTOS flaws expose millions of IoT devices to cyber attacks
  42. Israel Defense Forces were searching systems to spy on private social media messages
  43. MPlayer and VLC media player affected by critical flaw CVE-2018-4013
  44. DarkPulsar and other NSA hacking tools used in hacking operations in the wild
  45. WizCase Report: Vulnerabilities found in WD My Book, NetGear Stora, SeaGate Home, Medion LifeCloud NAS
  46. Syrian victims of the GandCrab ransomware can decrypt their files for free
  47. Thousands of applications affected by a zero-day issue in jQuery File Upload plugin
  48. Drupal dev team fixed Remote Code Execution flaws in the popular CMS
  49. Splunk addressed several vulnerabilities in Enterprise and Light products
  50. Attackers behind Operation Oceansalt reuse code from Chinese Comment Crew
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