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Monday 23 June 2014
- Syrian Electronic Army uses Taboola ad to hack Reuters (again)
- US House votes "overwhelmingly" to cut funding of NSA surveillance
- 'Yo' app hacked by college students, hires one of the hackers
Tuesday 24 June 2014
- New York City makes a hash of taxi driver data disclosure
- BoringSSL wants to kill the excitement that led to Heartbleed
- Spam in Canada goes "strictly opt-in" in one week – with a grace period of only THREE YEARS
Wednesday 25 June 2014
- SSCC 153: TrueCrypt, Towelroot, Cryptowall, and spam in Canada [PODCAST]
- 37% of Canadian Justice Department fail phishing awareness test
- Cupid Media "breached Privacy act" after storing users' passwords in plain text
- hitchBOT – Privacy invading hitchhiking robot or fun social experiment?
- Carwash POS systems hacked, credit card data drained
- World Cup security well executed if you don't count the Wi-Fi
Thursday 26 June 2014
- TimThumb plugin for WordPress – zero-day remote code execution hole disclosed, quickly fixed
- Serial hacker Cameron Lacroix gets four year jail term after taking plea bargain
- "Towelroot" app makes it easy to root Galaxy S5 and other locked Androids…
- Is that Google Glass wearer stealing your iPad passcode?
Friday 27 June 2014
- Europe improving anti-cybercrime cooperation, but what about US and China?
- Flaw in PayPal’s two-factor authentication, but keep calm and carry on!
- Revenge porn hits two high profile boyfriends where it hurts
Saturday 28 June 2014
Sunday 29 June 2014
- Hacker who plotted to send heroin to Brian Krebs arrested in Italy
- Anatomy of an Android SMS virus – watch out for text messages, even from your friends!
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