Kabelticker Ausgabe 309/2017
heute ist der 19.09.2017  
The Truth About Micro-Segmentation: Healthy Heterogeneity (Part 3) (securityweek)
Android AV App Collected Data on Tens of Millions Users (securityweek)
EU to Launch Cybersecurity 'Safety Labels' (securityweek)
Siemens, PAS Partner on Industrial Cybersecurity (securityweek)
New "Red Alert" Android Banking Trojan Emerges (securityweek)
POS Malware Abuses Exposed ElasticSearch Nodes for C&C (securityweek)
Google, Spotify Release Open Source Cloud Security Tools (securityweek)
U.S., Moscow Seek Russian Held in Greece over Bitcoin Laundering (securityweek)
Container Security Firm Aqua Raises $25 Million (securityweek)
Ex-porn Actor German Spy Guilty of Trying to Share State Secrets (securityweek)
CCleaner Server Was Compromised in Early July (securityweek)
DigitalOcean Warns of Vulnerability Affecting Cloud Users (securityweek)
New York Pushes to Regulate Credit Agencies After Equifax Breach (securityweek)
Backdoor in CCleaner ermöglichte Fernzugriff ? Update dringend empfohlen (heise)
Achtung: Aktuelle Spam-Mails fälschen Absender von Mitarbeitern (heise)
macOS High Sierra: Apples neuer Kernel-Schutz angeblich "fehlerhaft" (heise)
Attackers Use Undocumented MS Office Feature to Leak System Profile Data (threatpost)
Equifax Cybersecurity Failings Revealed Following Breach (securityweek)
Pirate Bay Spotted Hosting Monero Cryptocurrency Miner (threatpost)
New Attack Fingerprints Users Using Word Documents (securityweek)
CCleaner: Avast verteilt Malware mit Optimierungsprogramm (golem)
Optionsbleed: Apache-Webserver blutet (golem)
Cryptowährungen: The Pirate Bay experimentiert heimlich mit Monero Mining (golem)
Windows 10: HP-Geräte starten nach Update langsam (golem)
Malvertising-Kampagne setzt auf Krypto-Mining in fremden Browsern (heise)