Catch up with everything we’ve written 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 28 April 2014
- Big data can be used to discriminate, says government review
- The internet of everything – bringing more risk to more places
- Anonymous takes on Boston Children's Hospital in #opJustina
Tuesday 29 April 2014
- SSCC 145 – Zero-days x2, fixing Heartbleed x2, and security-by-design [PODCAST]
- Apple fixes hole that leaked employees' and developers' personal info
- AOL Mail accounts breached, users advised to change passwords
- Not to be outdone by Microsoft, Adobe announces zero-day exploit patch for Flash
Wednesday 30 April 2014
- Google stops data-mining students' email
- Firefox 29 is out – it's more secure, but does it *look* better, too?
Thursday 1 May 2014
- That was quick! Microsoft patches the "1776" hole in Internet Explorer
- Thanks for voting for us – we won the Grand Prix Prize for the Best Overall Security Blog!
- Data-drained Target hurries to adopt chip-and-PIN cards
Friday 2 May 2014
- Anti-piracy group warns about malware-riddled sites – fair, or scaremongering?
- Canadian ISPs 'boomerang routing' traffic through the snoopy US
- Facebook announces new 'Anonymous Login' for third party apps
Saturday 3 May 2014
Sunday 4 May 2014
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