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Monday 2 December 2013
- Privacy is alive! Seattle eatery tells Google Glass user where to stick his spectacles…
- From Cyber Monday to Christmas shopping, 'tis the season to be careful
- SSCC 126 – Zero-day, Bitcoins, passwords and randomness [PODCAST]
- Dutch banks set common rules for online banking. But have they gone far enough?
Tuesday 3 December 2013
- D-Link patches "Joel's Backdoor" security hole in its SoHo routers
- Cloned Facebook accounts hit up friends with spam and money requests
- Online clothing store Witchery lets customers view – and edit! – each other's personal information
- Proposed Canadian cyber law – anti-bullying or pro-snooping?
Wednesday 4 December 2013
- Festive season security myth: "If there are no links in an email, it can't be a phish."
- Car manufacturers quizzed over their anti-hacking measures
- Cyber Monday sting seizes 706 counterfeit sites
- From the Labs: New PlugX malware variant takes aim at Japan
Thursday 5 December 2013
- JP Morgan Chase owns up to data breach: 465,000 customers at risk
- mSpy app lets someone remotely snoop on you through your phone or tablet
- Million-dollar fine for sneaky Bitcoin botnet builders
Friday 6 December 2013
- FTC acts against "Brightest Flashlight" app for deceptively tracking your location
- Troll victim upset as tormentor escapes with written warning
- NSA tracking hundred of millions of mobile phone locations worldwide
- iPhones are off limits to President Obama for "security reasons"
- Microsoft and partners fight back against the ZeroAccess botnet
Saturday 7 December 2013
Sunday 8 December 2013
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