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Monday 10 February 2014
- Facebook: At least 67 million accounts are fake
- US military seeks technology for remotely blowing gadgets into dust piles
- Patch Tuesday – no critical updates for XP…then Microsoft adds two XP fixes after all
- A hearty welcome to all Cyberoamers!
Tuesday 11 February 2014
- Internet Explorer, .NET, IPv6 and Shockwave top the February 2014 Patch Tuesday list
- Safer Internet Day: don't be an online sheep – our Top 10 Tips help you think before you act
- Is 11 Feb 2014 The Day We Fight Back?
- Flappy Bird really *is* dead – beware of infected fakes that promise to keep him alive!
- NYPD tests Google Glass as they mull becoming Robocops
- LinkedIn's iPhone 'Intro' tool goes outro
Wednesday 12 February 2014
- Please vote for Naked Security in the 2014 Security Blogger Awards!
- SSCC 134 – Patching, foisting, hacking and obfuscating [PODCAST]
- Facebook knows the likely religion of your Valentine's Day snuggle-bunny
Thursday 13 February 2014
- Silk Road-alike "Utopia" dark-net market seized by Dutch police
- Revamping an old technology to go where GPS signals cannot reach
Friday 14 February 2014
- Thousands of Tesco.com user passwords leaked online
- The "Talking Angela" chain letter: Three tips to help you avoid Facebook hoaxes
- Hackers to demo a $20 iPhone-sized gadget that zombifies cars
- Looking for love in all the scammy places this Valentine's Day
Saturday 15 February 2014
Sunday 16 February 2014
- Kickstarter breached – change your passwords
- Syrian Electronic Army hacks Forbes, spills 1M user records – here's what you need to know
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