Our 60 Second Security videos are back!
We're aiming for a weekly roundup that's quick, fun and useful.
But there is a serious side: security anecdotes to use in your own "elevator advocacy."
The call has gone out to Yahoo Japan's 200 million users to change their passwords, after the company warned that it suspected hackers had managed to access a file containing 22 million user IDs.
It has taken Yahoo a ridiculously long time, but it is finally rolling out an option that will help protect users' privacy when accessing their web-based email - HTTPS.
A hacker is selling a $700 zero-day exploit for Yahoo Mail that lets an attacker leverage a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability to steal cookies and hijack accounts.
Michael Argast rejoined Chet this halloween to catch up on the week's news including new DMCA exceptions, Hurricane Sandy scams, Yahoo! ignoring do not track, Barnes and Noble credit cards skimming and Facebook's donation to spam research.
Yahoo! has decided to ignore Internet Explorer 10 users privacy choices. Are IE 10 users losing out on a tailored advertising experience?
Here you go. All the stories we wrote in the past seven days, in case you missed anything (or just want to read them again).
Hotmail lets down its over 350 million users when it comes to security, by not giving them an easy way to tell if their account has been accessed by unauthorised third parties.
The case involves a woman's hacking into her former boss's Yahoo account to uncover evidence of his extramarital affair. Judges decreed that email stored in the cloud, such as Gmail or Yahoo Mail, doesn't meet the definition of "electronic storage" as written in the Stored Communications Act.
Beware any emails which claim to come from email@example.com - it could be that you're being targeted in an attack designed to steal your AOL, Gmail, Yahoo or Windows Live password.
Shouldn't Outlook.com be giving users the option of having longer passwords?
That's what Yahoo and Gmail do..
Ninja? Princess? 123456?
Too many internet users are making poor decisions when choosing their passwords.
Yahoo Voices suffers a serious security breach, with over 450,000 unencrypted usernames and passwords posted online by hackers.
There is quite a lot of debate out there about Android devices participating in spamming botnets. Chet Wisniewski tries to clear the air about what we are seeing in SophosLabs.
Prosecutors are calling for nude photo hacker Christopher Chaney to be sentenced to six years in jail, and pay damages to exposed celebrities.
Yahoo just released a new iOS browser called Axis, along with corresponding extensions for desktop browsers. The Chrome extension came with a little something extra: Yahoo's private key.
US courts find in favour of Yahoo in a recent spam case, awarding the company a gob-smacking $610 Million. While this figure makes a great headline for the fight against fraud and spam, it begs the question, will Yahoo! ever actually see any of the cash?