Here are the top stories from the past week so you can catch up with what you missed!
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Monday 17 August 2015
- Using ambient sound as a two-factor authentication system
- Cracked Uber accounts tumble to 40 cents on the dark web
- Don't bother signing up for the giant water slide Facebook events
Tuesday 18 August 2015
- IRS estimate of stolen tax records balloons to over 300,000
- Google's Android "Admin" security hole – time to patch!
- 8chan back after Google banned entire domain for child abuse imagery
- Jennifer Aniston's wedding dress photos are fake
Wednesday 19 August 2015
- FCC fines company $750,000 for disabling conference hotspots
- Ashley Madison hackers follow through on threat, dump user database online
- Mumsnet DDoSed, SWATted, hacked – oh, and change your password, too!
- 'Loose tweets destroy fleets' – US Air Force warns
- Hacker pleads guilty in Facebook malware and spam scheme
- Mozilla wants you to beta test this Firefox privacy enhancement
Thursday 20 August 2015
- Jeb Bush: encryption makes it harder to catch "evildoers"
- Updated privacy policies – do you check what’s changed?
- China vows to "clean the internet" in cybercrime crackdown, 15,000 arrested
- Credit card info for 93,000 Web.com customers nabbed in data breach
Friday 21 August 2015
- Google ordered to remove links to 'right to be forgotten' removal stories
- Google customers lose data after lightning strikes
- Amazon bans Flash ads – but not for the reason you may have hoped!
- Alleged sextortionist arrested in Texas – Here's how to protect yourself
- Ashley Madison hackers keep on going, post even BIGGER trove of data
Saturday 22 August 2015
Sunday 23 August 2015
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