It’s weekly roundup time!
Here’s all the great stuff we’ve written in the past seven days.
Watch the top news in 60 seconds, and then check out the individual links to read in more detail.
Monday 4 August 2014
- Oxford and Cambridge in the race to eliminate passwords
- Apple faces class action suit for tracking users without consent
- Mozilla database leaks 76,000 email addresses, 4,000 passwords
- Facebook slapped with $123 million revenge-porn lawsuit
Tuesday 5 August 2014
- Is artificial intelligence as big a threat as nuclear weapons?
- HP finds that “Internet of Things” gadgets are sitting ducks
- How to send 5 million spam emails without even noticing
Wednesday 6 August 2014
- SSCC 159 – What can we learn from the “honeybot”? [PODCAST]
- Potato chips: Big Brother’s next eavesdropping tool?
- Facebook privacy under spotlight as thousands join class action lawsuit
- 1.2 billion logins scooped up by CyberVor hacking crew – what you need to do
- FBI used drive-by downloads to track child porn suspects hidden on Tor
Thursday 7 August 2014
Friday 8 August 2014
- Microsoft brings Internet Explorer’s security into the 21st century
- Sophos Techknow – Firewalls Demystified [PODCAST]
- Foursquare app tracks your location by default whenever your phone is on
Saturday 9 August 2014
- The data breach apocalypse that wasn’t – 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
- SSCC 159.5 – Black Hat USA 2014 Conference Special [PODCAST]
Sunday 10 August 2014
Listen to the week’s Sophos Security Chet Chat news podcast:
And to this week’s bonus episode, our “Black Hat USA 2014” conference special:
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