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Monday 7 April 2014
- Fancy a free upgrade from XP to Windows 8.1? Here's how…
- The 'Privacy Dinosaur' urges Facebook users to check their privacy settings
- 8 charged in AT&T ID theft fraud case, including outsourced contractor
- Microsoft Xbox pwned by 5-year-old security researcher
Tuesday 8 April 2014
- Anatomy of a data leakage bug – the OpenSSL "heartbleed" buffer overflow
- Match.com Lothario cons woman out of her retirement savings
- Triathlon camera drone falls out of the sky, owner claims it was hacked
Wednesday 9 April 2014
- Facebook will show more on-screen privacy setting explanations
- "David vs Goliath & Godzilla" – Hollywood files lawsuit against Megaupload
- Google takes down fake anti-virus app that duped 10,000 users on Play Store
- Facebook data scraped, people profiled as "jerks" and scammed by Jerk.com, FTC says
- Patch Tuesday April 2014 – XP's last breath
Thursday 10 April 2014
- SSCC 142 – Heartbleed explained, Patches assessed, Apple chastised [PODCAST]
- Sending a "Heartbleed" password reset email? Please don't include a login link!
- Proposed law seeks to make retailers financially responsible for data breaches
- "Heartbleed heartache" – should you REALLY change all your passwords right away?
Friday 11 April 2014
- $50 million Carder.su thief pleads guilty
- In-flight WiFi providers go above and beyond to help feds spy on us
Saturday 12 April 2014
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