It’s weekly roundup time! Here’s all the great stuff we’ve written in the past seven days.
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Wednesday 1 January 2014
- Skype's Twitter account compromised by Syrian Electronic Army
- Attack dismissed as "theoretical" by Snapchat used to plunder 4.6 million phone numbers
- SSCC 128 – Learning from 2013 for a safer, more secure 2014 [PODCAST]
Friday 3 January 2014
- OpenSSL website defacement – it wasn't a HYPERVISOR HACK after all
- Online games Steam and Origin fall as gamers ring in New Year DDoS-ing
- Snapchat praises itself over giant phone number carelessness
- Facebook is being sued for intercepting users' communications
- The exact number of people* who trust Facebook is… [POLL]
- Gaping admin access holes found in SoHo routers from Linksys, Netgear and others
- US court dismisses suit brought against border laptop searches
Saturday 4 January 2014
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