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Monday 9 November 2015
- Three Little Phishes – security lessons from the week just past…
- Tackling crime on the Dark Web with new Joint Operations Cell
- Apple's XcodeGhost malware still in the machine…
- Man charged for bogus tweets that sent stocks plummeting
- Leaky mobile phones are 'betraying' us
- What smartphone should James Bond use?
- Just one lousy Facebook selfie… 60 Second Security
Tuesday 10 November 2015
- Comcast resets 200,000 passwords offered for sale on Dark Web
- Boy arrested over TalkTalk attack sues newspapers, claiming privacy breach
- Fugitive nabbed after posting selfies from Mexico
Wednesday 11 November 2015
- Three indicted for massive hack and fraud scheme that targeted JPMorgan
- Ransomware meets Linux – on the command line!
- Facebook's 'Photo Magic' tags friends in your camera roll, nudges you to send pics
- Belgium to Facebook: stop tracking non-Facebook users or face $267K daily fines
Thursday 12 November 2015
- No, ransomware does NOT make the world safer! [Chet Chat Podcast 221]
- California collects, owns and sells infants' DNA samples
- Microsoft to host data in Germany to evade US spying
- Security blogger Graham Cluley's website suffers DDoS attack
Friday 13 November 2015
- Instagram password stealer app yanked from App Store and Google Play
- Tor Project says FBI paid Carnegie Mellon $1m to unveil Tor users
- AI could alert Dark Web buyers to drug dealer scams
- LinkedIn algorithms will know how many spammy email notifications you want
Sunday 15 November 2015
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