BF-SIRT Newsletter 2016-11

The top stories from this week consist of a story on how hackers stole $80 Million from a Bangladesh Bank, and how hackers demo a prototype security scanner that thinks like a human.
You can also read a story about how FBI threatens to force Apple to hand over iOS source code, and that thanks to a redaction blunder, it’s now clear Snowden was the Feds’ quarry in Lavabit case.

Top 5 Security links
Here’s How Hackers Stole $80 Million from Bangladesh Bank
Hackers demo prototype security scanner that thinks like a human
‘The Fappening’ Hacker Reveals How He Stole Nude Pics of Over 100 Celebrities
New Exploit to ‘Hack Android Phones Remotely’ threatens Millions of Devices
More than a Billion Snapdragon-based Android Phones Vulnerable to Hacking

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
FBI threatens to Force Apple to Hand Over iOS Source Code
Thanks to a redaction blunder, it’s now clear Snowden was the Feds’ quarry in Lavabit case
Google says hack Chromebook, get $100K richer
Attacker leaves “SECURITY TIPS” after invading anti-DDoS firm Staminus
Watch Video: How Hacker Installs a Credit Card Skimmer in 3 Seconds