Here you go: the 22 hot stories of the past week, all in one convenient place.
Catch up on what you missed!
Monday 11 January 2016
- Could your smartwatch be giving away your ATM pin?
- Hacked Twitter account embarrasses UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn
- Fitbit users fall victim to account takeovers. Don’t reuse passwords!
- Majority of parents monitor their teens’ digital activity. Do you?
- Can Silicon Valley help fight terrorism and still protect privacy?
- Ransomware evolution: Another brick in the CryptoWall
Tuesday 12 January 2016
- Cyber Squirrel 1: What you need to know
- Ex-Cardinals exec: Yes, I hacked rival Astros’ database
- Apple buys emotion-reading AI company Emotient
- Newsflash: Tor can be used for good – just ask these journalists
Wednesday 13 January 2016
- eBay XSS bug left users vulnerable to (almost) undetectable phishing attacks
- Police say they can read BlackBerry PGP encrypted email
- Google takes another stab at killing passwords
- Internet Explorer 11 – now the only way to go
Thursday 14 January 2016
- Bye-bye IE, IoT security, Blackberry crypto and botched ransomware [Chet Chat Podcast 227]
- Top spy James Clapper is latest victim of (alleged) teen hackers
- Yahoo settles class action suit over scanning email for ad targeting
- Ukrainian power grid was hit by “co-ordinated cyberattack”
Friday 15 January 2016
- Malvertising – why fighting adblockers gets users’ backs up
- Student who hacked college website escapes jail time, gets job offers
- New York tries to force phone makers to put in crypto backdoors
- Wanted man nabbed after he sends police a more flattering mug shot
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