Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Monday 5 September 2016
- More IoT insecurity: the routers that take instructions from anyone
- Google Chrome fixes serious vulnerabilities, thanks to bug fighters
- What does “abundance of caution” mean, then? [Chet Chat Podcast 251]
Tuesday 6 September 2016
- Obama warns of hackers creating cyber ‘Wild Wild West’
- More plaintext passwords leaked, nearly 100 MILLION of them!
- Man arrested after using Wanted poster as his Facebook profile pic
- Hackers “find Twitter exploit” and resurrect banned accounts
Wednesday 7 September 2016
- Traffic sign ‘hacked’ to warn about zombie genitals
- Playmate’s body-shaming target – a woman in her 70s – comes forward
- Can you trust Tor’s hidden service directories?
- Brazzers breached: 800,000 usernames and passwords for porn site exposed
Thursday 8 September 2016
- Apple prematurely tweets iPhone 7 details ahead of launch
- Cryptomining malware on NAS servers – is one of them yours?
- Would you hand over your social media account details for a new job?
- Politician’s password accidentally tweeted to thousands
Friday 9 September 2016
- Google to slap warnings on non-HTTPS sites
- Scammers sent to the slammer for romance and secret shopping fraud
- Sidestepping your lockscreen with an innocent-looking USB stick
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