BF-SIRT Newsletter 2016-13

The top stories from this week consist of a story on how one hacker exposed thousands of insecure desktops that anyone can remotely view, and information about the latest vulnerability with its own brand and logo, Badlock.
You can also read a story about how a hospital declares “Internal State of Emergency” after a ransomware infection, and that FBI has successfully unlocked terrorist’s iPhone without Apple’s help.

Top 5 Security links
How one hacker exposed thousands of insecure desktops that anyone can remotely view
Badlock — Unpatched Windows-Samba Vulnerability Affects All Versions of Windows
Carders Park Piles of Cash at Joker’s Stash
Six Charged for Hacking Lottery Terminals to Produce More Winning Tickets
FBI is fighting back against Judge’s Order to reveal TOR Exploit Code

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
Hospital Declares ‘Internal State of Emergency’ After Ransomware Infection
FBI Has Successfully Unlocked Terrorist’s iPhone Without Apple’s Help
Eight tips for preventing ransomware
What is SMTP STS? How It improves Email Security for StartTLS?
Cyber Criminal Ecosystems in the Deep Web