BF-SIRT Newsletter 2013-40

One of the most notable attacks this week has been on Adobe that got source code and customer information compromised, which you can read about here.
You can also have a read here if you are interested in the current top 7 sneak attacks, according to CIO. FBI also busted an Operator of Silk Road and managed to seize $3.6M in Bitcoins.

Top 5 Security links
Europol nabs cyber crooks behind 21,000-strong hacked server store
Data Broker Hackers Also Compromised NW3C
Symantec sink holes 500,000 zombie machines enslaved by ZeroAccess botnet
News Service GlobalPost Hacked by Syrian Electronic Army
FBI Busts Operator of Silk Road, Seizes $3.6M in Bitcoins

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
7 Sneak Attacks Used By Today’s Most Devious Hackers
Average online bank account is accessed by 2.4 unique devices
Security Industry in ‘Rut,’ Struggling to Keep Up with Cybercriminals
Common data breach handling mistakes
Behind the South Korean Government DDoS Attacks

BF-SIRT Posts
Google Releases Chrome 30
Adobe Customer Information and Source Code Compromises