Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Monday 18 January 2016
- Cryptographic backdoors? France says, “Non!”
- Nest smart thermostat glitch leaves cold feet and steaming mad customers
- The Facebook post that led directly to jail – for more than 15 years
- Ross Ulbricht appeals Silk Road conviction – did he get a fair trial?
Tuesday 19 January 2016
- Survey shows many businesses aren’t encrypting private employee data
- BlackBerry says its encryption has not been “cracked” by police
- Hyatt says 250 hotels were drained of credit card details
- Woman given a year in jail for tagging sister-in-law in Facebook post
Wednesday 20 January 2016
- Selfie-posting power grid workers are inadvertently exposing critical information
- Supermarket patches its web security…how safe are *your* web forms?
- MAC address scrambling coming to Linux
- These are the 25 worst passwords of 2015 – did yours make the list?
Thursday 21 January 2016
- Update your iPhone to stop free Wi-Fi networks stealing your logins!
- Facebook users get support for safe browsing with Tor on Androids
- XSS bug in Yahoo Mail could have let attackers take over email accounts
- Angler exploit kit rings in 2016 with CryptoWall ransomware
Friday 22 January 2016
- Why your health data isn’t as secure as it should be
- Facebook’s Friend Finder found unlawful by Germany’s highest court
- Two LA drone pilots face fines and possible imprisonment
- IoT security in the spotlight at PrivacyCon
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