Patching XP, Flappy Bird malware, Tesco passwords leaked - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

Filed Under: Adobe, Android, Data loss, Featured, Google, Internet Explorer, Malware, Microsoft, Privacy, Video, Vulnerability, Windows

60 Second Security:

• Did you really think XP would go patch-free?

• Is Flappy Bird really dead?

• Did you really use the same password on more than one site?

Get all the answers in 60 Second Security for 15 February 2014.

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Previous three episodes:

"Unicorn"
15 Feb 2014
"3-step"
01 Feb 2014
"Mac malware"
25 Jan 2014

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2 Responses to Patching XP, Flappy Bird malware, Tesco passwords leaked - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

  1. Anita O. Kinard · 156 days ago

    I absolutely love these 60 second security videos! It gets right to the point without all the blah, blah, blah on some videos! Thank you! Keep up the good work!

  2. Vito · 153 days ago

    "One account, one password" makes so much sense in this day and age that you have to wonder about people who don't follow that advice. What do they use for sense?

    In a rational world, password manager applications would be ubiquitous...and so would their use.

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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