Monday review - the hot 22 stories of the week

Filed Under: Adobe Flash, Cryptography, Data loss, Facebook, Google, iOS, Java, Law & order, Malware, Nude Celebrities, Privacy, SophosLabs, Vulnerability

In case you missed anything, here's everything we wrote in the past seven days.

General interest

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Anatomy of a "feature" - what if a website grabs all your disk space?

Lessons to learn from the UGNazi hacking of Mat Honan and Cloudflare

Illegal music file sharing drops significantly since 2011

Traveling to a conference? 8 security tips to keep top of mind

Cryptography

The top 10 unsolved ciphertexts

Hacking and scams

Evernote hacked - almost 50 million passwords reset after security breach

Evernote shoots itself in foot over advice on 'reset password' emails

cPanel suffers break-in, lets slip customers' root passwords

Google patches two-factor authentication bug

No, Iran didn't really hack and down a foreign military spy drone

Law and order

FBI wins appeal in extradition case of Kim Dotcom

100,000+ Americans demand legal right to unlock phone

Malware and exploits

Targeted malware attack piggybacks on Nvidia digital signature

Technical paper: Exploring the history and technology of ransomware

China blamed for EADS and ThyssenKrupp hack attacks

Researchers claim to have found more zero-day vulnerabilities in Java

Social networks

Facebook fixes bug that leaked users' phone numbers

Rihanna sex video event scam spreads on Facebook

Talking Angela iPhone app scare spreads on Facebook

Mobile devices

Second iPhone passcode hack vulnerability discovered

OS and software

Adobe tells users to update Flash Player for the third time this month

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About the author

Anna Brading is Naked Security's editor. She has worked in tech for more than ten years and as a writer with Sophos for over five. She's interested in social media, privacy and keeping people safe online.