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Monday 4 November 2013
- Anatomy of a password disaster – Adobe's giant-sized cryptographic blunder
- Lightbeam shines a light on which websites you're really visiting
- CryptoLocker ransomware crooks offer "late payment penalty" option
Tuesday 5 November 2013
- Tesco to scan your face to better tailor advertisements to you
- Are anti-virus testers measuring the right things?
- We need to start defining acceptable mobile advertising
- Fear of bugging prompts iPad ban in UK Cabinet meetings
- NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says he's a hero; do you agree? [POLL]
Wednesday 6 November 2013
- Microsoft warns Windows users of zero-day danger from booby trapped image files
- Facebook to put Report Abuse button at fingertips of bullying victims
- Europol and Canadian cops round up POS terminal tampering gang
- Anatomy of a file format problem – yet another code verification bypass in Android
- Death threats sent to woman who dressed as Boston Marathon bombing victim for Halloween
- 1,000 alleged paedophiles identified via 10-year-old Filipina CGI girl 'Sweetie'
Thursday 7 November 2013
- Apple publishes new transparency report. Is there a 'warrant canary' nesting inside?
- SSCC 122 – Facebook hoax, Microsoft 0-day, Android hole and Firefox going forward [PODCAST]
Friday 8 November 2013
- 'HackerOne': Microsoft and Facebook to offer app and web bug bounties
- FBI seeking "Loverspy" hacker who helped jealous lovers plant spyware
- Silk Road reboots: for real, or just a honeypot?
Saturday 9 November 2013
- OpenSSH fixes potential remote code execution hole
- Adobe, Android and CryptoLocker – 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
Sunday 10 November 2013
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