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Monday 7 July 2014
- Remember macro viruses? Infected Word and Excel files? They're back…
- Student jailed for refusing to hand over password to police
Tuesday 8 July 2014
- How not to tell your customers how much you care about their security
- Police dog catches paedophiles by sniffing out their hidden hard drives
- Holiday snaps and nuclear intel: The NSA's data capture exposed
Wednesday 9 July 2014
- Google lawsuit highlights why every business needs to manage its online presence
- Patch Tuesday wrap-up, July 2014 – Adobe fixes "Rosetta", plus a new risky file type on Windows…
- US arrests Russian MP's son for PoS hacking; Russia calls it kidnapping
- Australian police using tower dumps to slurp mass phone data
- Google's Android security chief: Don't bother with anti-virus. Is he serious?
Thursday 10 July 2014
- SSCC 155 – cybercrime bust, cloud laws, phishing and malware back from extinction [PODCAST]
- What would make you quit Facebook? Here's what you said …
- DARPA dissects Twitter, Facebook, Reddit to extract propaganda how-to's
- Google Drive security hole leaks users' files
Friday 11 July 2014
- Microsoft and No-IP reach settlement over malware takedown
- Tor Project is NOT getting sued for enabling revenge porn site PinkMeth
- UK to rush through "emergency" phone and internet data retention law
Saturday 12 July 2014
Sunday 13 July 2014
- "Gameover" malware returns from the dead…
- LibreSSL ships first portable version, now up to 48% less huge!
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