It’s weekly roundup time!
Here’s all the great stuff we’ve written in the past seven days.
Watch the top news in 60 seconds, and then check out the individual links to read in more detail.
Monday 28 October 2013
- SSCC 121 – WordPress, OS X, iCloud, smartphone tracking and medical devices [PODCAST]
- 2 years in federal prison for trash-searching student aid fraudster
- NSA: No we weren't hacked, we just broke our website
Tuesday 29 October 2013
- British man charged with hacking into US army and NASA network
- FBI hunt for seven fugitives involved in multimillion-dollar eBay car scam
- Apple introduces "cloudless dictation", no longer demands your contact list to understand you
Wednesday 30 October 2013
- Adobe breach THIRTEEN times worse than thought, 38 million users affected
- President Obama orders review of NSA spying
- Please don't spread the Facebook "giraffe picture" hoax!
- Firefox moves up to Version 25, fixes a bunch of memory mismanagement problems
Thursday 31 October 2013
- Lessons to learn from the MongoHQ database breach
- How to protect your critical infrastructure
- Contactless payments – researcher intercepts card data from a metre away
- Anonymous threatens Singapore with hacking attacks, calls for November 5 protest… perhaps
- "You can't have your privacy violated if you don't know your privacy is violated"
- Has Microsoft just PROVED why you should upgrade from XP?
Friday 1 November 2013
- Wisconsin woman accused of posting love rivals' nude pics on Facebook
- 96% of businesses are unprepared for a cyber attack
- The "BadBIOS" virus that jumps airgaps and takes over your firmware – what's the story?
- Facebook mulls silently tracking users' cursor movements to see which ads we like best
- Lavabit and Silent Circle form "Dark Mail Alliance" to thwart email surveillance
Saturday 2 November 2013
- Memories of the Internet Worm – 25 years later
- NSA, Apple, Facebook and Adobe – 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
Sunday 3 November 2013
- Fake femme fatale dupes IT guys at US government agency
- CryptoLocker ransomware crooks offer “late payment penalty” option
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