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Patch Tuesday for October 2014 - bigger than usual as Microsoft, Adobe and Oracle align

Oracle, Adobe and Microsoft patches are all arriving together on Tuesday 14 October 2014.

Paul Ducklin looks at what to expect...

Mummy, my schoolbooks are spying on me! 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

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Here's our latest 60 Second Security video for your viewing pleasure.

The wry side of the week's news, in just a minute...

Adobe will update e-reader to mop up clear-text data spillage

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Adobe is working on an update to fix the latest iteration of its e-book reader, which has a gluttonous appetite for readers' data and the slovenly habit of reporting our reading habits back to Adobe - in plain text.

SSCC 165 - "U2 or not U2," that is the question [PODCAST]

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It's Chet Chat time!

Here's this week's episode of our news-you-can-use security podcast...

Target tops the list of most epic privacy fails

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Our readers ranked Target’s data breach ahead of Adobe, Snapchat, Google Glass, and Talking Angela for the biggest privacy failure of the past year.

SSCC 164 - Spend Bitcoins using Apple Pay? *NOW* you've got me interested! [PODCAST]

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Here's this week's Sophos Security Chet Chat for your listening pleasure.

Our weekly computer security podcast with the News You Can Use...

Patch Tuesday wrap-up, September 2014 - why even a single-bit data leak is worth fixing

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Here's what you need to know about the September 2014 Patch Tuesday updates from Microsoft and Adobe...

The top 5 privacy failures - what's the most epic fail of all? [POLL]

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The list of culprits in our eroding privacy is long, but some privacy fails stand out above the rest. So we're calling out five privacy killers that deserve an extra level of shaming.

Take our poll, and help us crown the most epic privacy fail of all ...

SSCC 160 - That's not just any old malware - that's a TRUE VIRUS! [PODCAST]

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Ready for listening...

Here's this week's Sophos Security Chet Chat podcast.

Patch Tuesday wrap-up, August 2014: RCE + ASLR bypass + EoP == patch early, patch all!

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Patch Tuesday is here again.

Paul Ducklin explains how this month's vulnerabilities can work together for harm, and why *all* the updates matter, not just the ones that ended up with a "critical" or "severe" tag...

Monday review - the hot 20 stories of the week

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It's weekly roundup time!

Here's all the great stuff we've written in the past seven days.

Potato chips: Big Brother's next eavesdropping tool?

Potato chips: Big Brother's next eavesdropping tool?

A team of researchers from MIT, Microsoft and Adobe have figured out how to use sound vibrations in objects that are quivering too imperceptibly for the naked eye to discern, but when captured on video can be used to decipher intelligible speech.

SSCC 155 - cybercrime bust, cloud laws, phishing and malware back from extinction [PODCAST]

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In this episode, Sophos experts John Shier and Paul Ducklin tackle the week's interesting security stories.

John and Duck get stuck into: a high-profile cybercrime arrest; how mainstream brands help phishers; and why macro malware is making a comeback.

Patch Tuesday wrap-up, July 2014 - Adobe fixes "Rosetta", plus a new risky file type on Windows...

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Patch Tuesday for July 2014 is just behind us in the case of Microsoft and Adobe, and just ahead of us in the case of Oracle.

Paul Ducklin tells you what you need to know...

59 vulns in IE, teenager versus Turing, and Twitter gets wormed - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

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Is 59 vulns in IE some kind of record? Did a computer really pass the Turing Test? Can a network worm ever be a joke?

Find out in one minute!

SSCC 151 - Measuring vulns, Apple and Wi-Fi privacy, Android ransomware and more [PODCAST]

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It's our weekly security pocast!

Chester Wisniewski and Paul Ducklin dig into the latest security news for lessons we can all learn...

Patch Tuesday wrap-up, June 2014 - both Adobe and Microsoft close "remotable" holes

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Microsoft fixed 59 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer alone this month.

Is that worryingly bad, or pleasingly good?

Paul Ducklin investigates what actually came down the chute in the June 2014 Patch Tuesday...

Snapchat, AT&T, Amazon = worst privacy protectors says EFF

Snapchat, AT&T, Amazon = worst privacy protectors says EFF

Snapchat makes its debut on the list with the lowest ranking of all when it comes to who's got our backs. The good news is that many companies have made vast strides in criteria including publishing transparency reports about government data requests and fighting for users' data privacy rights both in the courts and in Congress.

As one security hole closes, another one opens! 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]

How many years was that security hole in Linux ? How many security patches for XP? How many lock screen holes in iOS? How much do Google specs cost?

Find out in this week's 60 Second Security video...