BF-SIRT Newsletter 2015-37

The top stories from this week consist of information on how Zimperium unleashes Android Stagefright exploit code on world, as well as how Mozilla admits bug-tracker breach led to attacks against Firefox users.
You can also read about a new survey that shows data breaches hitting pharma industry, and how half of iPhones on corporate networks run outdated iOS versions.

Top 5 Security links
Zimperium unleashes Android Stagefright exploit code on world
Mozilla admits bug-tracker breach led to attacks against Firefox users
Hackers spread malware via Yahoo ads
Fiat Chrysler voluntarily recalls 7,810 SUVs over software issues
Arrests Tied to Citadel, Dridex Malware

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
Survey reveals data breaches hitting pharma industry
Half of iPhones on corporate networks run outdated iOS versions
Ashley Madison still a top lure for scammers and crooks
Fake recruiters on LinkedIn are targeting infosec pros
Credentials stored in Ashley Madison’s source code might have helped attackers

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Patch Tuesday September 2015