ICYMI – Catch up with the security news from the last seven days!
Watch the top news in 60 seconds, and then check out the individual links to read in more detail.
Monday 27 July 2015
- Steam's account-stealing password reset bug fixed
- Dark web drug dealer pleads guilty, gets 2 years to ponder "anonymity"
- You'll have to stop stealing jokes on Twitter now
- Police say sorry after Facebook tit-for-tat with "keyboard warrior"
Tuesday 28 July 2015
- Malware on Linux – When Penguins Attack
- Apple puts a stop to invoice poisoning bug
- The "Stagefright" hole in Android – what you need to know
- Dmail promises self-destructing Gmail messages
- 50 Cent to pay $7 million for publishing woman's sex tape
Wednesday 29 July 2015
- Children should have the right to be forgotten, says iRights campaign
- NSA sets date for purge of surveillance phone records
- AI and robotics researchers call for a ban on autonomous weapons
- New Microsoft tool will hide or block unwanted Windows 10 updates
Thursday 30 July 2015
- Zero days! First official Windows 10 patches arrive…
- Xen fixes another "virtual machine escape" bug
- Websites can track us by the way we type – here's how to stop it
- Facebook ordered to allow pseudonyms by privacy watchdog
Friday 31 July 2015
- Google defies French global 'right to be forgotten' ruling
- How one school district is monitoring social media of students and teachers
- We're celebrating Sysadmin Day! Are you?
- Beer and Tequila forever! #SophosRetroWeek looks at old-school malware…
- COMPUTER RULES, LAST UPDATED 31 JULY 1988
- What you sound like to a Sysadmin
- Wi-Fi-enabled sniper rifle hacked to change target
- SSCC 209 – Can encryption be too good? [PODCAST]
Sunday 2 August 2015
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