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Monday 17 March 2014
- Security Essentials: What is PCI DSS?
- UK gov wants to censor legal but "unsavoury" YouTube content
- Facebook fake poses as Prince Harry to con Austrian tradesman
- mSpy now selling phones pre-loaded with spyware
- DDoS attack takes out NATO websites, Ukraine connection claimed
- Anatomy of a Bitcoin phish – don't be too quick before you click!
Tuesday 18 March 2014
- Firefox 28.0 takes on the PWN2OWN attacks already
- Morrisons employee arrested in connection with staff payroll breach
- Advice on getting the most from Windows XP, courtesy of the Google Play Store
- Whatsapp's Jan Koum says privacy won't suffer with Facebook acquisition
- Google sued for data-mining students' email
Wednesday 19 March 2014
- US DHS digs out 27,000-member child abuse ring buried on Tor
- WhatsApp and privacy – will Facebook make things better, worse, or both?
- NSA can record 100% of another country's telephone calls
- Three indicted over $15 million identity theft spree
- Sextortionist who preyed on Miss Teen USA and 150 others sentenced to 18 months
Thursday 20 March 2014
Friday 21 March 2014
- Google switches Gmail to HTTPS only
- Microsoft admits reading blogger's Hotmail as part of leak investigation
- Apple users: Try these five tips for better Mac security
- Hootsuite suffers DoS attack, reassures users
- Revenge-porn 'scumbags' slapped with $385,000 judgment
Saturday 22 March 2014
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