BF-SIRT Newsletter 2015-51

The top stories from this week consist of a story on a Critical 0-day Remote Command Execution Vulnerability in Joomla, as well as how a Hit-and-Run Driver got Arrested Because Car Reported Accident.
You can also read how Facebook, Google and Twitter agree to German demand to delete hate speech within 24 hours, and a Top 10 list of 2016 New Year’s Resolutions for Cyber Security Professionals.

The newsletter will take a break during the Christmas holidays, and will return on the the 15th of January.

Top 5 Security links
Critical 0-day Remote Command Execution Vulnerability in Joomla
Hit-and-Run Driver Arrested Because Car Reported Accident
Hacker-Friendly Search Engine that Lists Every Internet-Connected Device
FireEye flamed: single email allows total network access
VTech: 21-year-old man arrested after toy maker hack‏

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
Facebook, Google and Twitter agree to German demand to delete hate speech within 24 hours
Top 10 — 2016 New Year’s Resolutions for Cyber Security Professionals
Big Brother is born. And we find out 15 years too late to stop him
Steam ramps up security: 77,000 accounts a month hijacked
13 Million MacKeeper Users Exposed