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Monday 25 November 2013
- Tech firms way behind the curve on handling cybersecurity
- Great Firewall of China bypassed by cloud mirrors
- Facebook reveals friends list even when it's set to private
- LG decides its TVs *don't* steal personal information - "viewing info" isn't personal
Tuesday 26 November 2013
- Bitcoin online bank robbery - "because that's where the money is"
- SSCC 125 - Happy hour, forward secrecy, $300 extortions and LG unrepentant [PODCAST]
- Hackers trot off with RacingPost.com customer records
Wednesday 27 November 2013
- Blizzard Entertainment concludes its data breach investigation - fifteen months later!
- Only 24% of Europeans use different passwords for different websites
- Activists to Google: You could end Chinese internet censorship in 10 days
- WikiLeaks's Julian Assange unlikely to face charges
Thursday 28 November 2013
- Microsoft warns of zero-day XP kernel bug being exploited in the wild
- Google admits that forcing G+ on YouTube users has increased spam
- 87% of SMBs suffered a cyberattack last year, only 44% see security as a priority
Friday 29 November 2013
- Drupal security update fixes a laundry list of problems, including "predictable random numbers"
- Bitcoin millionaire throws $7.5m virtual currency in the bin
Saturday 30 November 2013
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