Here are all our stories from the past week.
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Monday 21 December 2015
- Apple CEO Tim Cook sticks to his guns: “No encryption backdoors”
- Advent tip #21: Bought online? Watch out for bogus courier emails!
- Facebook spars with researcher who says he found “Instagram’s Million Dollar Bug”
- Woman sues Airbnb over hidden surveillance cam found in rental
- Democrats’ database bug spotlights the rise of big data in elections
- iOS banking app security: getting better, but still bad!
Tuesday 22 December 2015
- The Current State of Ransomware – a new paper from SophosLabs
- Advent tip #22: Got a new gadget for Christmas? Stop. Think. Connect.
- Facebook moves videos away from Flash, onto HTML5, for all browsers
- 3.3 million Hello Kitty fans exposed in database leak
- “Most Hated Man in America” Martin Shkreli’s Twitter feed hijacked
Wednesday 23 December 2015
- How’s this for a gift? Try our new free Sophos Home on your PCs and Macs this Christmas
- Advent tip #23: Check that Java is turned off in your browser
- Grindr being used to target and rob gay men
- Cops crush claimed karaoke copyright crooks’ conspiracy
- 1 in 4 people will be hit by a data breach by 2020 – what are you doing to secure yourself?
- Welcome to HTTP error code 451: Unavailable for legal reasons
- This family lets you control their Christmas lights over the internet
Thursday 24 December 2015
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