Monday review: the hot 26 stories of last week 27 Aug 2012 0 Data loss, Law & order, Malware, Privacy, Social networks, Vulnerability Post navigation Previous: SSCC 96 – NFC hacking, audio steganography, IPv6 security and automated malware analysisNext: FLAMING RETORT: Frankenstein Malware – the future of cyberwar, or just a catchy headline? by Anna Brading 0Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Share on Reddit Just in case you missed any of our stories last week, here’s a little recap: Malware and vulnerabilities Royal Mail malware attack distributed via email Philips hacked, plaintext passwords revealed as R00tbeer gang strikes again Nude wallpaper apps infect thousands of Android devices with malware Court website attacked after Pussy Riot punk band convicted Naked Prince Harry pics – be careful what you click on! Adobe updates Flash again in a Patch Tuesday of its own Police penalty-payment website makes amateurish coding errors Apple zombie malware ‘NetWeird’ rummages for browser and email passwords Sophos sucks? Being insulted by malware authors can be the best reward Privacy and social networks View from the IT desk: Securing social networking in the workplace Free speech advocates say UK is too harsh in policing tweets $20 million is not enough! How much should Facebook pay for settling sponsored stories dispute? Today’s Special – Honesty in soliciting Facebook Likes puts truth on the social media menu! Wayward Instagram account creates security scare for Norwegian Royal family Google staffs up ‘Red Team’ to protect the world from its privacy lapses Security tip: Before being interviewed on TV, wipe passwords off whiteboard Dropbox two-factor authentication available to early adopters Law and order Do we need another word for cyber war? Only a few hours remain to give your opinion on proposed UK “Snooper’s Charter” LulzSec supergrass Sabu rewarded with six months freedom for helping Feds Dodgy Android markets shut down by FBI in copyright crackdown 357 arrested in massive cybercrime sting in Philippines ‘Assange to be ARRESTED’ – British police in document dissemination gaffe Data loss Cracking passwords from the Philips hack – an important lesson How to keep Apple Geniuses from pouring whiskey into your Mac Podcasts SSCC 96 – NFC hacking, audio steganography, IPv6 security and automated malware analysis Follow @NakedSecurity Days of the week image from Shutterstock. Free tools Sophos Home XG Firewall Home Edition Mobile Security for Android Virus Removal Tool Antivirus for Linux Antivirus for Mac Post navigation Previous: SSCC 96 – NFC hacking, audio steganography, IPv6 security and automated malware analysisNext: FLAMING RETORT: Frankenstein Malware – the future of cyberwar, or just a catchy headline?