BF-SIRT Newsletter 2013-39

This week we have had a few Apple updates, and it’s recommended to apply them where applicable. The IE Zero day that came about last week has also started spreading, with DeputyDog Attack Targeting Latest IE Zero Day.
Apple released their latest iPhone, and The Chaos Computer Club quickly bypassed the new fingerprint encryption.

Top 5 Security links
Gang Exploits Both Physical and System Security During Bank Robbery
German Hackers Say Old Technique Can Bypass Apple’s Touch ID
Data Broker Giants Hacked by ID Theft Service
Identifying The Big Dogs Of Cyber War
DeputyDog Attack Targeting Latest IE Zero Day

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
Clever Email Campaign Delivers Deadly Ransomware To Orgs
Destructive Attacks On Oil And Gas Industry A Wake-Up Call
Most tech Executives Planning For Cyber Attacks
Cyber Attacks Will Cause Real World Harm In Next Seven Years
Insider Threat Rises, Info Security Officers Say

BF-SIRT Posts
iOS 7.0.2 – fixes lock screenvulnerability
OS X Server v2.2.2 Security Update
Apache Struts 2.3.15.2 – Fixes security vulnerabilities