Get yourself up to date with everything we’ve written in the last seven days – it’s weekly roundup time.
Monday 27 June 2016
- Ransomware with a Pirate Name, RAA! [Chet Chat Podcast 243]
- Two-factor authentication (2FA): why you should care
- IRS hacked again – say goodbye to that PIN system!
- Burglar who dropped phone has no right to privacy, judge says
Tuesday 28 June 2016
- Can your computer fan be used to spy on you?
- Microsoft pays woman $10K after ‘unauthorized’ Windows 10 update
- Are Google and Facebook to block extremist content with automatic hashing?
- Ransomware bites NASCAR team: lessons learned… fast
- Chrome bug gives pirates a way to steal streaming movies
Wednesday 29 June 2016
- US Customs wants your social media account details when travelling
- Windows 10 now asks nicely if you want your free upgrade
- How to set up two-factor authentication for Gmail
Thursday 30 June 2016
- “Beaver Gang Counter” malware ejected from Play Store
- Setting up Two-Step Verification on your Amazon account
- Google found not guilty of stuffing kids with tracking cookies
Friday 1 July 2016
- Database of 2.2m suspected terrorists, money launderers leaked online
- Judge decides we don’t have any right to privacy
- Anatomy of an exploit: the Microsoft Word bug that just won’t die
- My Activity: a tool to see what Google knows about you
- Facebook wins appeal, CPP warns of “massive violations of privacy”
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