Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#2112 Hack brief: High-profile Twitter accounts overrun with swastikas
Last night, a swath of Twitter accounts with large followings—including Duke University, BBC North America, Forbes, and Amnesty International—tweeted out the same message, in Turkish, that included a swastika and hashtags that translate to “Nazi Germany, Nazi Holland.”

The hacked accounts, which apparently stem from increasing vitriol between Turkey and Holland, appear to have all been restored. They’re an unfortunate reminder, though, any Twitter account is only as safe as the apps you let access it.
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#2119 US-CERT warns HTTPS inspection may degrade TLS security
#2118 Another years-old flaw fixed in the Linux kernel
#2117 Intel, Microsoft launch new bug bounty programs
#2116 MajikPOS combines PoS malware and RATs to pull off its malicious tricks
#2115 Revenge ransomware, a CryptoMix variant, being distributed by RIG exploit kit
#2114 This laptop-bricking USB stick just got even more dangerous
#2113 New smartphone threat: Now attackers can use sound to hack your device
#2112 Hack brief: High-profile Twitter accounts overrun with swastikas
#2111 Check Point discloses vulnerability that allowed hackers to take over hundreds of millions of WhatsApp & Telegram accounts
#2110 Russian hacker "Kolypto" who worked on Citadel trojan extradited to the US
#2109 US charges two Russian agents with ordering hack of 500m Yahoo accounts
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