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Monday 11 August 2014
- Most people think public Wi-Fi is safe. Seriously?
- Android "Heart App" virus spreads quickly, author arrested within 17 hours
- Pwnie Awards for Heartbleed, "goto fail", Mt. Gox
- Apple iPads and MacBook Pros banned for Chinese government use
Tuesday 12 August 2014
- Facebook ordered to disclose records on underage users
- Why the Facebook Messenger app is not the privacy nightmare people think it is
- War Kitteh hunts out your unsecured Wi-Fi
Wednesday 13 August 2014
- SSCC 160 – That's not just any old malware – that's a TRUE VIRUS! [PODCAST]
- Gmail introduces filters for non-Latin characters, weeding out more phishing emails
- Patch Tuesday wrap-up, August 2014: RCE + ASLR bypass + EoP == patch early, patch all!
- DEA paid out $854,460 for free Amtrak passenger data
Thursday 14 August 2014
- The top 5 privacy failures – what's the most epic fail of all? [POLL]
- Apple Safari for OS X gets "click-to-own" security holes patched
- Good bot, bad bot? 23 million Twitter accounts are automated
- Facial recognition software leads to arrest after 14-year manhunt
Friday 15 August 2014
- Google adds deceptive software warnings to Safe Browsing service
- Thousands of computers open to eavesdropping and hijacking
- Snowden: NSA working on 'MonsterMind' cyberwar bot
Saturday 16 August 2014
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