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Monday 20 January 2014
- Feds seize Silk Road's $28 million Bitcoin wallet
- Why aren't we learning long-term lessons from security disasters?
- Starbucks admits "your security is incredibly important", updates password-spilling app
- Obama calls for change to NSA's bulk phone record collection
- International webcam child abuse ring uncovered by routine police visit
Tuesday 21 January 2014
- Marketers, IT contractor arrested in theft of 20 million South Korean credit cards
- Digitally signed data-stealing malware targets Mac users in "undelivered courier item" attack
Wednesday 22 January 2014
- EU commissioner calls for larger data breach fines
- SSCC 131 – Mac malware, Starbucks security, Apple versus FTC and giant Korean breach [PODCAST]
- TDoS extortionists jam phone lines of public services, including hospitals
Thursday 23 January 2014
- Bitcoin wallets: How to protect your digital currency
- Thieves skim card data from US gas stations via Bluetooth-enabled devices
Friday 24 January 2014
- Sophos scavenger hunt – test your security knowledge and win a T-shirt
- Snowden: Not all spying is bad but indiscriminate mass surveillance is a problem
- Prisoner rats himself out with Facebook selfie of cell-grown cannabis
- Are our passwords really that bad? And does it really matter?
- Hacker Guccifer reportedly arrested in Romania
Saturday 25 January 2014
Sunday 26 January 2014
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