BF-SIRT Newsletter 2016-06

The top stories from this week consist of a story on how someone hijacks a botnet network and replaces Malware with an Antivirus, and how hackers behind Dyre Malware were busted in a police raid.
You can also read a story about how hackers are offering Apple employees $23,000 for corporate login details, and that Google will ban Flash-based Advertising.

We’ve also covered this month’s Patch Tuesday.

Top 5 Security links
Someone Hijacks Botnet Network & Replaces Malware with an Antivirus
Hackers behind Dyre Malware Busted in Police Raid
Vigilante Hackers Aim to Hijack 200,000 Routers to Make Them More Secure
Maru OS — Android ROM that Turns into Debian Linux When Connected to a PC
Deep Web Search Engines to Explore the Hidden Internet

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
Hackers Are Offering Apple Employees $23,000 for Corporate Login Details
Bye bye, Flash! Google to Ban Flash-based Advertising
Windows 10 Sends Your Data 5500 Times Every Day Even After Tweaking Privacy Settings
France Orders Facebook To Stop Tracking Non-Users or Face Fines
Skimmers Hijack ATM Network Cables

Basefarm SIRT Posts
Patch Tuesday February 2016