Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Monday 11 April 2016
- Man who tagged himself in Facebook photos of a riot jailed for 2 years
- Millions of people are still running Windows XP
- Hacked radio stations broadcast 90-minute explicit podcast
- Microsoft Edge becomes an adblocker… of sorts
Tuesday 12 April 2016
- Petya ransomware decryption tool sets your files free
- Massive malvertising attack poisons 288 sites
- Badlock revealed – probably not as bad as you thought
- The Panama Papers – could it happen to you?
- Scammer fakes kidnapping using information posted on Facebook
- Facebook to tackle how shady advertisers rip off users
- Why the FBI director puts tape over his webcam – and you should too
- HTTPS for everyone: WordPress adds encryption for all customer sites
Wednesday 13 April 2016
- Do US universities deserve an “F” in teaching cybersecurity?
- Prosecutor suspended over fake Facebook profile used in murder prosecution
Thursday 14 April 2016
- The ransomware attack that knows where you live
- The Guardian lifts the lid on its trolls and abusive comments
- Is your train or bus eavesdropping on your conversation?
- Uber’s given US agencies data on more than 12 million users
- We’ve got stalkers in our pockets
Friday 15 April 2016
- Millions more adult and dating website accounts for sale on dark web
- Microsoft sues US government over gag orders
- Why Silicon Valley is worried about the new Senate encryption bill
- Sysadmin SNAFU flushes whole company down the drain
- Facebook’s working on auto-tagging us in videos
- Matthew Keys gets 2 years for helping Anonymous deface the LA Times
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