Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Monday 4 April 2016
- New ransomware with an old trick: “Petya” parties like it’s 1989
- Ransomware alert issued by US and Canada following recent attacks
- Reddit’s warrant canary is now pushing up the daisies
- Live from BSides in Austin, Texas [Chet Chat Podcast 238]
Tuesday 5 April 2016
- Panama Papers: “It was an email server attack”
- Brave will pay you to see ads with its ad-blocking browser
- “Free porn for life” using stolen TeamSkeet accounts advertised on Dark Web
- Oculus Rift sparks Ts and Cs storm over sharing data with Facebook
Wednesday 6 April 2016
- Domino’s hacker gave up free pizza to Do The Right Thing
- Swipebuster lets you spy on Tinder users – privacy lesson or invasion?
- WhatsApp encrypts messages end-to-end: why you should care
- Chrome extension was secretly redirecting users to ad pages
- Man given jail time for sending gun emoji to ex
Thursday 7 April 2016
- Flash zero-day in the wild to be fixed by Adobe
- Over 75% of people lie on social media
- Couple hosting Tor exit node raided by cops investigating child abuse
- Panic over! Apple fixes iPhone 6S lockscreen bug
Friday 8 April 2016
- Forensics uncover how brothers rigged the lottery
- Adobe ships 0-day patch for Flash – get it while it’s hot!
- Almost half of dropped USB sticks will get plugged in
- Hacking Team loses global license to sell spyware
- Reddit expands blocking tool to comments
- Solving Google reCAPTCHAs – without using humans
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