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Monday 12 October 2015
- Nuisance calls and dubious subscriptions pose fraud risk to UK consumers
- Help wanted: someone to hack cars for Canada defense research arm
- Apple excommunicates adblockers that could access users' private data
- Lyft: It wasn't our CTO who cracked Uber's database
- "I will not knit my own cryptography!" 60 Second Security
Tuesday 13 October 2015
- China arrests hackers to appease US on cyberespionage
- California nixes warrantless search of digital data
- Lottery chief who "rigged the randomness" is jailed for 10 years
- The man who owned Google for sixty seconds
Wednesday 14 October 2015
- Uber mistake leaves hundreds of drivers' personal information exposed
- You make your PRIVATE key PUBLIC, right? [Chet Chat Podcast 218]
- Can we really trust the browser padlock? Fake banking sites given TLS certificates
- Misbehaving drones increasingly plague UK and US skies
Thursday 15 October 2015
- Hijacking phones with radio waves, Siri and headphones. Should we worry?
- Dridex botnet taken down, multi-million bank fraud suspect arrested
- 'Fixed' app that fights parking tickets 'blocked' in 3 cities
- 87% of Android devices are exposed to at least one critical vulnerability
Friday 16 October 2015
- Google, Facebook, Amazon et al join forces against incoming cybersecurity law
- Apple updates iMovie and iWork – but the iWork fixes are more than cosmetic
- Facebook accidentally let some users see how popular their posts are
- Police: Stop posting pictures of your kids on social media!
- Encrypt like everyone's watching – because someone probably is!
Saturday 17 October 2015
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