Here are this week’s highlights in cybersecurity:
- OpenSSL patched two high-severity vulnerabilities in its cryptographic library. Issues happen when parsing X509 certificates and can cause a denial-of-service or even remote-code execution. More
- A report shows that hackers have 570 network access listings for sale, with a cumulative requested price of around USD 4 million. More
- Dropbox was hacked and attackers made of with 130 code repositories. Code was stolen from GitHub using employee credentials stolen in a phishing attack. More
- A French-speaking hacker group carried over 30 successful attacks on banks, financial services and telecommunications companies, mainly located in Africa. During this period OPERA1ER is confirmed to have stolen at least $11 million. More
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