DSA-3897 drupal7
800,000 Virgin Media customer urged to change their router passwords
Someone leaked 32TB of Windows 10 internal builds and source code
DSA-3896 apache2
DSA-3895 flatpak
DSA-3894 graphite2
WikiLeaks’ Latest Dump Exposes CIA Hacking Tools for air-gapped PCs
Siemens Patches Vulnerabilities in SIMATIC CP, XHQ
Debian: DSA-3896-1: apache2 security update
Gentoo: GLSA-201706-26: Vim, gVim: Remote execution of arbitrary code
Gentoo: GLSA-201706-25: Graphite: User-assisted execution of arbitrary code
Gentoo: GLSA-201706-24: jbig2dec: Multiple vulnerabilities
Ubuntu 3339-1: OpenVPN vulnerabilities
Gentoo: GLSA-201706-23: Urban Terror: Multiple vulnerabilities
Debian: DSA-3895-1: flatpak security update
Gentoo: GLSA-201706-22: libksba: Denial of Service and information disclosure
Debian: DSA-3894-1: graphite2 security update
Few Victims Reporting Ransomware Attacks to FBI
News in brief: drone chiefs urge regulation; Microsoft drops SMB1; Virgin router warning
Threatpost News Wrap, June 23, 2017
Virgin Media to 800,000 Hub 2 users: Change Your Password Now
NSA Advocates Data Sharing Framework
Russia ‘targeted 21 states’ during US election campaign, says official
Millennials: Meet the next generation of cybersecurity
Cyber News Rundown: Edition 6/23/17
If these universities had run an ad blocker they might have been saved from ransomware attack
Ransomware revisited – is it really the worst sort of malware? [Security SOS Week]
Dating app boss sees ‘no problem’ on face-matching without consent
Police cancel 590 speeding fines after WannaCry hits traffic cameras
SuSE: 2017:1660-1: important: tomcat
Ouch! UK Govt’s Cyber Essentials scheme suffers data breach due to configuration error
Fedora 25: thunderbird Security Update
Fedora 25: glibc Security Update
Textalyzer Device Tells Police Everything Users Do on Their Smartphone
DSA-3890 spip
Cisco Patches XXE, DOS, Code Execution Vulnerabilities
Cybereason snags $100m from Softbank to mount distribution, tech offensive
Honda plant in Japan briefly stops making cars after fresh WannaCrypt outbreak
Breach at’s Cyber Essentials scheme exposes users to phishing attacks
Microsoft admits to disabling third-party antivirus code if Win 10 doesn’t like it
Ad ‘urgently’ seeks company to build national e-ID system
Hacker exposed bank loophole to buy luxury cars and a face tattoo
US is Number One! In sales register hacking attacks, at least
NSA had NFI about opsec: 2016 audit found laughably bad security
Stack Clash flaws blow local root holes in loads of top Linux programs
South Korean hosting co. pays $1m ransom to end eight-day outage
Mexican government accused of illegal phone hacking of citizens
Fancy buying our aircraft carrier satnav, Raytheon asks UK
US voter info stored on wide-open cloud box, thanks to bungling Republican contractor