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Monday 27 October 2014
- Adobe updates its e-reader – DRM data no longer transmitted insecurely
- US Senate calls Whisper in for serious questioning on user tracking
- Facebook and Yahoo team up to block account hijackings via recycled accounts
Tuesday 28 October 2014
- 3 ways to make your Outlook.com account safer
- ‘Al-Quida Free Terror Nettwork' Wi-Fi hotspot grounds plane
- Cops swap arrested women's photos in nude-photo 'game'
- Is Google Maps accurate? Ask the giant cat…
Wednesday 29 October 2014
- The "Dirty Dozen" SPAMPIONSHIP – who's got the biggest zombie problem?
- TeamDigi7al US navy hacker sentenced to 2 years in jail
- SSCC 171 – Are you SURE that "1234" is a bad password? [PODCAST]
- Arrests made after 'specialist malware' used in £1.6 million ATM heist
- Placemeter monitors streets from apartment windows: time to don a mask?
Thursday 30 October 2014
- Millions of Drupal websites at risk from failure to patch
- Epidemic of medical data breaches leaking our most sensitive information
- 3 ways to make your Gmail account safer
- White House networks hacked
- Snapchat escapes Australian cyberbullying crackdown, for now
Friday 31 October 2014
- Teacher's ex accused of hacking email, sending nude pics to students
- Forget trick-or-treating – Kill a Zombie this Halloween
- Don't wear your Google Glass or other wearables when watching a movie
- How bots and zombies work, and why you should care
- CurrentC gets user email addresses pickpocketed
Saturday 1 November 2014
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