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Monday 22 June 2015
- Security hole in MacKeeper used to shove malware onto Macs
- Katie Hopkins has her Twitter account hacked, bogus 'sex tape' tweets issued
- Google Chrome "bad link" detection bypass – found, fixed
- Millions of fake online reviews are gumming up the joy of buying stuff
Tuesday 23 June 2015
- Pita bread helps researchers steal encryption keys
- Facebook aiming for faceless facial recognition
- Amazon uses artificial intelligence to weed out fake reviews
- Google, John Oliver & (hopefully soon) US give revenge porn 3 swift kicks
Wednesday 24 June 2015
- Now you can avoid email sender's remorse with Gmail's 'Undo Send' feature
- NOT OK, Google! Privacy advocates take on the Chromium team and win…
- Uber wants even more customer data – EPIC asks FTC to slam on the brakes
- US Navy pays millions to cling to Windows XP
Thursday 25 June 2015
- Can you trust Tor's exit nodes?
- Samsung updates back in the news – for breaking Windows updates
- Java updater to stop pushing Ask Toolbar, will foist Yahoo search on you instead
- Suspected mastermind behind mass ATM heist spree finally extradited to US
- SSCC 204 – You want an extension to your extension for Windows XP? [PODCAST]
- DEA agent who lined his pockets with Silk Road bitcoins pleads guilty
- CryptoWall ransomware cost US victims at least $18 million, FBI says
- Blackshades RAT co-author sentenced to 57 months in prison
- Hundreds of Australian nude images posted without women's consent
Friday 26 June 2015
- Court orders Facebook to identify revenge porn poster
- Serious Security: Understanding the 'P' in 'VPN'
- Apple tweaks iOS 9 to stop advertisers getting our app data
- Privacy outcry over proposal to reveal website owners' identities
- Stolen logins for US government agencies found all over the web
Saturday 27 June 2015
Sunday 28 June 2015
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