In case you missed anything last week, here’s a roundup of everything we wrote in the last seven days.
Watch the top news in 60 seconds, and then check out the individual links to read in more detail.
Monday 18 November 2013
- Forum software vendor vBulletin breached – apparently by vBulletin hack
- Cybercrime fighters ready to up their game, but will it be enough?
- Hackers throw 16 attacks at HealthCare.gov plus a DoS for good measure
- US Homeland Security must disclose 'internet kill switch', court rules
- Apple's iOS 7.0.4 fixes a "too easy to buy stuff" security flaw
Tuesday 19 November 2013
- Google and Microsoft tackle child abuse images with search and YouTube changes
- US local police department pays CryptoLocker ransom
Wednesday 20 November 2013
- GitHub users with weak passwords – you have been warned!
- Anti-Bullying Week 2013: Understanding cyber-bullying
- LG Smart TVs phone home with viewing habits and USB file names
- Serious Security: How to store your users' passwords safely
- Facebook sues alleged Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez sex tape spammer
- FBI: Anonymous has been exploiting Adobe flaws in year-long, ongoing assault on US government sites
Thursday 21 November 2013
- Spam from an anti-virus company claiming to be a security patch? It's Zbot/Zeus malware…
- Anti-Bullying Week 2013: Advice for parents on cyber-bullying
- SSCC 124 – CryptoLocker continues, RIP Mavis Batey, Loyaltybuild BAD, Microsoft GOOD [PODCAST]
- Security pros: If Healthcare.gov hasn't been hacked already, it will be soon
- Hack of online dating site Cupid Media exposes 42 million plaintext passwords
Friday 22 November 2013
- Have you heard of the Happy Hour virus?
- FTC fights the cybercrooks who put CryptoLocker to shame
- "Catch me if you can", alleged burglar posts on Facebook – so they did, in 5 minutes
- New Snowden docs reveal secret deal that let NSA spy on innocent Britons
Saturday 23 November 2013
Sunday 24 November 2013
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