Weekly security report: March 19 – March 23

Monday 03/19/2018: 
Iran-Linked Group ‘TEMP.Zagros’ updates tactics, techniques in latest campaign
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/iran-linked-group-temp-zagros-updates-tactics-techniques-in-latest-campaign/
Warning! Various vulnerabilities are present in 3 Popular VPN Services
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/warning-various-vulnerabilities-are-present-in-3-popular-vpn-services/
CredSSP Vulnerability affects RDP and WinRM on all Windows versions
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/credssp-vulnerability-affects-rdp-and-winrm-on-all-windows-versions/
The official statement about the incompatibility between Malwarebytes for Mac and CyberByte for Mac
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/the-official-statement-about-the-incompatibility-between-malwarebytes-for-mac-and-cyberbyte-for-mac/

Tuesday 03/20/2018: 
Sofacy targets European Government Agency with new Spear-Phishing campaign
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/sofacy-targets-european-government-agency-with-new-spear-phishing-campaign/
Vulnerability discovered in MikroTik RouterOS
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/vulnerability-discovered-in-mikrotik-routeros/

Wednesday 03/21/2018:
Hackers can take over your home gadgets using passwords found through Google
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/hackers-can-take-over-your-home-gadgets-using-passwords-found-through-google/
Russian hacker group takes over routers in energy sector attacks
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/russian-hacker-group-takes-over-routers-in-energy-sector-attacks/
The drug dealers use modified BlackBerry phones
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/the-drug-dealers-use-modified-blackberry-phones/

Thursday 03/22/2018:
Telegram is obligated to give encryption keys to Russian authorities
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/telegram-is-obligated-to-give-encryption-keys-to-russian-authorities/

Friday 03/23/2018:
Android trojan is using Telegram to exfiltrate data
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/android-trojan-is-using-telegram-to-exfiltrate-data/
Over 18.5 million websites are infected with malware at any time
https://blog.cyberbyte.org/blog/over-18-5-million-websites-are-infected-with-malware-at-any-time/