BF-SIRT Newsletter 2016-04

The top stories from this week consist of a story on how Cops hate encryption but the NSA loves it when you use PGP, and how a Critical OpenSSL Flaw Allows Hackers to Decrypt HTTPS Traffic.
You can also read a story about how Oracle will kill its Java Browser Plugin, and you’ll also find a story on how a 500Gbps DDoS attack flattens world record.

You will also find three articles written by Basefarm SIRT, where the first one talks about Recent weeks spam\malware trends; refunds or delay complaints, the second one about the Data Protection/Privacy Day that occurred one the 28th, as well as story on Chinese salesmen in your inbox.

Top 5 Security links
Cops hate encryption but the NSA loves it when you use PGP
Critical OpenSSL Flaw Allows Hackers to Decrypt HTTPS Traffic
Police destroy evidence with 10 failed passcode attempts on iPhone
Israeli Power Grid Authority Suffers Massive Cyber Attack
Apple Can Still Read Your End-to-End Encrypted iMessages

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
Oracle to kill Java Browser Plugin
500Gbps DDoS attack flattens world record
Samsung Get Sued for Failing to Update its Smartphones
Has your sleeping baby been indexed by this search engine?
Do not share the link that crashes iPhones and Mac browsers

Basefarm SIRT Posts
Recent weeks spam\malware trends; refunds or delay complaints
Happy Data Protection/Privacy Day!
Chinese salesmen in your inbox