BF-SIRT Newsletter 2016-07

The top stories from this week consist of a story on patching your systems which are using glibc, and how Police arrest a 16-year-old boy who is suspected of breaking into accounts belonging to the CIA Director.
You can also read a story about how Hollywood Hospital Pays $17,000 Ransom to Hacker for Unlocking Medical Records, and that Apple says NO to iPhone backdoor in terror case.

Top 5 Security links
Patch glibc ASAP: Tons of Linux apps can be hijacked by evil DNS servers, man-in-the-middle miscreants
Police Arrest 16-year-old Boy Who Hacked CIA Director
How-to — Stealing Decryption Key from Air-Gapped Computer in Another Room
Warning — Setting This Date On iPhone Or iPad Will Kill Your Device Permanently
“Locky” ransomware: What you need to know

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
Hollywood Hospital Pays $17,000 Ransom to Hacker for Unlocking Medical Records
Apple says NO to iPhone backdoor in terror case
Obama says passwords aren’t strong enough, urges use of 2FA
British Intelligence is Legally Allowed to Hack Anyone, Court Says
This is Why People Fear the ‘Internet of Things’