Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Monday 8 August 2016
- Tor can be cracked “like eggshells”, warns US judge
- Tesla Model S’s autopilot can be blinded with off-the-shelf hardware
Tuesday 9 August 2016
- “900 million Androids vulnerable to Quadrooter bugs” – what you need to know
- Fake QR code app gets hacker into luxury airport lounges for free
- What your hacked account is worth on the Dark Web
- Email: how secure is yours? [Survey]
- Nigerian scammer infects himself with malware
- Blabbing on social media foils terrorists’ rocket attack plan
Wednesday 10 August 2016
- Facebook’s favorite hacker is back – with an ironic security hole
- Teen hacker flies to Black Hat on his one million free airmiles
- 5 critical holes fixed in Microsoft’s August 2016 updates – patch now!
- Faceless recognition can identify you, even when your face is hidden
Thursday 11 August 2016
- Mr. Robot eps2.4m4ster-s1ave.aes – the security review
- Couple sue over IP glitch that repeatedly sent Feds to their house
- Feds move to stop social media mockery of nursing home residents
- Facebook starts bypassing adblockers
Friday 12 August 2016
- IBM PC is 35 – let’s all go back to the 80s!
- Facebook rolls out code to kick the shins off Adblock Plus reblocking
- Text messages aren’t private, judge rules
- SMS or authenticator app – which is better for two-factor authentication?
- Exploit broker offers 2.5 times what Apple offers for serious iOS bugs
- Facebook shutters Bloke’s Advice group after posts encouraged assault
- Researchers announce Linux kernel “network snooping” bug
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