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Monday 21 October 2013
- Windows RT 8.1 update pulled after it gives tablets the blue screen of death
- Facebook ban sought for 15-year-old who ambushed and beat autistic child
- Online child abuse study examines nasty new trends including sextortion
- Chrome support for XP to continue after Microsoft ditches it – helpful, or dangerous?
- Fake BlackBerry BBM apps *still* in Google Play Store, one month after failed official release
Tuesday 22 October 2013
- Facebook re-allows the posting of decapitation videos with 'WARNING'
- SSCC 120 – Vulnerabilities, backdoors, crypto done right, and crypto done wrong [PODCAST]
- Doctors disabled wireless in Dick Cheney's pacemaker to thwart hacking
- Facebook and Twitter musings give employers a peek into our real selves, research finds
Wednesday 23 October 2013
- Warrantless GPS tracking of vehicles is unconstitutional, US court rules
- OS X Mavericks – optional OS upgrade or critical security fix?
- Young drivers are especially vulnerable to 'ghost brokers'
- Security begins at home – how to do a "back to basics" security overhaul on your family network
- Apple releases iOS 7.0.3 – fixes yet more lockscreen holes, including a call-anybody bug
- Cyber criminals have no borders, so neither should we
Thursday 24 October 2013
- Twitter troll arrested for allegedly threatening US baseball team, execs and even their home field
- Wikipedia sockpuppet saga threatens users' trust of the service
- Apple's iCloud iConundrum – does convenience mean insecurity?
Friday 25 October 2013
- Police discover 3D printer parts, suspect gun making factory
- Developer's computer seized because he called himself a hacker
- Is your smartphone broadcasting your movements when you shop?
- Anatomy of an exploit – inside the CVE-2013-3893 Internet Explorer zero-day – Part 2
Saturday 26 October 2013
- Is that a GUN, or are you just upgrading the printer? – 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
- 12-year-old Canadian boy admits to hacking police and government sites for Anonymous
- WordPress 3.7 with automatic security updating is out now
Monday 28 October 2013
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