Catch up with the hot stories of the past week – it's weekly roundup time.
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Monday 2 March 2015
- Please vote for Naked Security in the 2015 Security Blogger Awards!
- 5 mobile device risks in your business
- Why you can't trust password strength meters
- Google performs U-turn on Blogger smut rule
- Anatomy of a certificate problem – the "PrivDog" software in the spotlight
- Craig Brittain asks Google to remove links relating to his revenge porn antics
- Old-school landline phones to protect elderly from "it's me" scammers
Tuesday 3 March 2015
- Venmo mobile payment service under fire for security carelessness
- Facebook explains when and why it peeps at your account
- Is this the ultimate spam fail?
- Woman reunited with stolen iPhone thanks to accidental Facebook selfie post
- Uber subpoenas GitHub in search for hacker of driver database
Wednesday 4 March 2015
- D-Link patches critical router flaws, says more fixes to come
- The FREAK bug in TLS/SSL – what you need to know
- Google quietly drops promised encryption by default for Android Lollipop
- Police may charge data centre in largest ever child abuse images bust
Thursday 5 March 2015
- SSCC 188 – Live long and prosper [PODCAST]
- Twitter troll fired, another suspended after Curt Schilling names and shames them
Friday 6 March 2015
- From the Labs: New developments in Microsoft Office malware
- Robocall spotting contest launched by FTC
- Adobe launches bountyless bug hunt program on HackerOne
- Gazon – the Android virus that SMSes everyone
- Mandarin Oriental hotel chain confirms credit card breach
- Facebook post criticizing employer lands Florida man in Abu Dhabi prison
Saturday 7 March 2015
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