Monday review - the hot 20 stories of the week
Filed Under: Apple, Cryptography, Data loss, Featured, Java, Law & order, Malware, Mobile, Phishing, Privacy, Ransomware, Security threats, SophosLabs, Vulnerability
In case you missed any recent stories, here's everything we wrote in the last seven days.
• Data Breach Week, SIMs cracked, carders busted - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
• A new place to chat about security threats
• Who is SophosLabs: James Wyke, Senior Threat Researcher
Hacking and scams
• Stanford University hacked, becomes latest data breach victim
• Viber admits to swallowing 'Syrian Electronic Army' phishing bait
• Lakeland hacked and passwords reset, customers advised to change passwords elsewhere
• Apple takes Dev Center down for days, finally admits, "We got owned!"
• Ibrahim Balic takes credit for Apple Dev Centre "attack", but will he shoulder the blame?
• Ubuntu users, relax: the gun-toting penguin says s/he means no harm
Law and order
• Ransomware tricks child sex abuse image addict into turning self in to cops
• Five Gonzalez sidekicks charged with massive 160 million credit card number theft
• DHS to set up $6 billion one-stop security shop for government agencies
• Why must political chiefs keep pushing the cyberwar alert button?
• Rooting SIM cards - BlackHat speaker says he may be able to "own your phone" with a text message
• Happy System Administrator Appreciation Day!
• Worst things to say to a sysadmin [POLL]
• Sysadmin day? *SYSADMIN DAY*? Angry techie takes against Naked Security...
• Help a sysadmin: Common ground for security professionals and system administrators
Privacy and online safety
• Normal humans - aka "non-celebrities" - are telling Big Brother to go stick his head in a sack
• Will web censorship plans make your kids safer? [POLL]
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