Oracle and Java, Apple and the FTC, Google and privacy - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

Filed Under: Adobe, Apple, Featured, Google, iOS, Malware, Microsoft, Oracle, Privacy, Security threats, Video, Vulnerability

60 Second Security:

• Why was this month's Java update a "must patch"?

• Should in-app purchases be allowed to target children?

• Is it a good idea to give Google control of your home?

Find all the answers in 60 Second Security for 18 January 2014.

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Previous three episodes:

"Mac dilemma"
11 Jan 2014
"Arise, Sir Tim"
04 Jan 2014
"Roget"
28 Dec 2013

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One Response to Oracle and Java, Apple and the FTC, Google and privacy - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

  1. I am sure someone somewhere may justify why I need Google to connect me to the web. I can already view home over the web relatively securely. I don't really need my refrigerator sending me a shopping list as it would be incomplete. While the hype is for a webified house, at this point in time just making ones home smarter with available technologies is probably far more important and that won't happen until it homeowners see a dollar savings in their pocket.

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Paul Ducklin is a passionate security proselytiser. (That's like an evangelist, but more so!) He lives and breathes computer security, and would be happy for you to do so, too. Paul won the inaugural AusCERT Director's Award for Individual Excellence in Computer Security in 2009. Follow him on Twitter: @duckblog