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Monday 1 December 2014
- Airport busts for 118 credit card fraudsters
- Browser fingerprints – the invisible cookies you can't delete
- 12 Days competition: Day 1 – This much-maligned feline was completely innocent
- 12 Days of Naked Security – win prizes in our December quiz!
Tuesday 2 December 2014
- 12 Days competition: Day 2 – Microsoft waved goodbye to this fondly remembered ex-P
- 'Annie', 'Fury', other Sony blockbuster movies pirated after network attack
- Point-of-Sale systems breached at major US parking garage operator
Wednesday 3 December 2014
- Twitter rolls out new anti-trolling tools, promises quicker abuse investigation
- 12 Days competition: Day 3 – This buffer overflow broke sysadmins' hearts
- Supreme Court quotes rap as it mulls Facebook free-speech case
- Wearable technology to be looked at for handling e-health data in the mainstream
Thursday 4 December 2014
- YouTube learns about integer overflow, Gangnam Style!
- German court blocks US extradition for "number two" hacker
- 12 Days competition: Day 4 – This isn't the iCloud hack you're thinking of
- Uber job applicant says he was given access to passenger data for an entire day
- Man jailed after posting ex's topless photos to her employer's Facebook page
Friday 5 December 2014
- Notes from SophosLabs: Ransomware with a difference – this one is a true virus!
- Steep rise in medical data breaches blamed on human error
- 12 Days competition: Day 5 – This software left the keys but threw away the lock
- All PayPal accounts were 1 click away from hijacking
- I am not a robot: Google swaps text CAPTCHAs for quivery mouse clicks
Saturday 6 December 2014
Sunday 7 December 2014
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