How did rapper JAY Z take the concept of Magna Carta to a whole new level?
Watch this week’s 60 Second Security and find out!
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Previous three episodes:
13 July 2013
06 July 2013
29 June 2013
In this episode:
- Google’s Android operating system has another security hole. Same story as before: uou can tamper with other peoples’ digitally-signed packages and Android won’t notice.
- Rapper JAY Z’s latest album release, “Magna Carta”, was preceded by a custom Android app that had some privacy boffins up in arms.
- Tumblr managed to forget the S in HTTPS in a recent release of its iOS app. The social networking company is “tremendously sorry.”
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