Catch up with everything we wrote in the last seven days - it's weekly roundup time.
Watch the top news in 60 seconds, and then check out the individual links to read in more detail.
Monday 6 January 2014
- "Followup phish" targets possible victims of last month's JP Morgan Chase card breach
- Should we care if over a million schoolkids have been fingerprinted?
- Rapper 50 Cent faces lawsuit for posting sex video without permission
- Watch out! Facebook is NOT closing in March - please don't spread the hoax!
Tuesday 7 January 2014
- Have we seen the end of the ZeroAccess botnet?
- Cop installs keylogger on his wife's sensitive work computer, gets probation. Does the punishment fit the crime?
- SSCC 129 - Hypervisors, apologies, backdoors and Twitter hacks [PODCAST]
- Secretive US spy court once again OKs NSA phone record collection
Wednesday 8 January 2014
- Cyber-bullying is on the rise, but so is cyber-counselling, says report
- New Year's #sophoscrossword 2013/2014: And the winners are...
- Facebook is a bad way to rate potential employees, study finds
- Man and woman admit to trolling journalist behind Jane Austen bank note
Thursday 9 January 2014
- Snapchat blurts out the S-word
- Stalker-friendly app, NameTag, uses facial recognition to look you up online
- Sophos Techknow - Understanding Botnets [PODCAST]
- Hacker Guccifer's latest star-studded data bounty included script for 'Downton Abbey' finale
- Malware suspected in Japanese nuclear plant control room - but don't panic
- 82% of enterprise Mac users not getting security updates
Friday 10 January 2014
- Just how secure is that mobile banking app?
- How secure is your network? Take the test...
- Yahoo makes good on its promise to enable HTTPS by default for Yahoo Mail
- Teenage white-hat hacks site, reports security hole, gets reported to police
Saturday 11 January 2014
- Target's data breach MUCH bigger than first thought - now more than 100,000,000 records
- Snapchat, Yahoo, Mavericks and T-shirts - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
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