BF-SIRT Newsletter 2016-28

The top stories from this week consist of stories such as Facebook Messenger deploys Signal Protocol for end to end encryption, and new malware (nukeware) deletes files and zaps system settings. You can also read a story about gaining Control of a .int Domain Name With DNS Trickery, and how to backdoor an AWS account.

And beware of fake Pokemon Go apps.

Top 5 Security Links
Shipping Rust in Firefox
Ciscos NCS 6000 and ASR 5000 routers need some lovin’
Race conditions on the web
SCADA malware caught infecting European energy company
Drowning Dalek commands Siri in voice-rec hack attack

Top 5 Business Intelligence links
Microsoft wins: Court rules feds can’t use SCA to nab overseas data
Private Internet Access Leaves Russia, Following Encryption Ban And Seized Servers
UK gov says new Home Sec will have powers to ban end-to-end encryption
Airtel is sniffing and censoring CloudFlare’s traffic in India and CloudFlare doesn’t even know it.
An online market that offered cheap hacked servers returns