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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#247 Beware of Backdoored Linux Mint ISOs
Yesterday a blog post on “The Linux Mint Blog” caught our attention. Apparently criminals managed to compromise a vulnerable instance of WordPress which the project used to run their website. The attackers modified download links pointing to backdoored ISO files of Linux Mint 17.3 Cinnamon edition. This “should only impact people who downloaded this edition on February 20th”, the author of the blog stated.
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#254 HTTP GZIP leaks data on the general location of Tor websites
#253 Linux kernel bug delivers corrupt TCP/IP data to Mesos, Kubernetes, Docker containers
#252 Source code for Android banking malware leaked
#251 Australia is the leading country where users are attacked by mobile banking Trojans
#250 Russian bank employees received fake job offers in targeted email attack Trojan.Ratopak
#249 MWC 2016: Mastercard rolls out selfie and fingerprints ID checks
#248 Web Authentication Working Group will finally kill passwords
#247 Beware of Backdoored Linux Mint ISOs
#246 Google AdWords switching to 4 ads on top, none on sidebar
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