Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Monday 3 October 2016
- Welcome to Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2016!
- No-one wants to buy the Shadow Brokers’ stolen NSA tools
- Should we soon expect to be sending passwords through our bodies, not the air?
- At IP EXPO Europe 2016 this week? You’re in for a treat
- Pssst! Want a backdated web certificate? [Chet Chat Podcast 253]
Tuesday 4 October 2016
- Amazon: no more freebie products in exchange for reviews!
- Apple to “do a Windows 10” by pushing out macOS automatically
- Brave browser starts paying Bitcoins to adblocked sites
- 4 easy ways to be more mindful online
Wednesday 5 October 2016
- Feds secretly subpoenaed encrypted chat app Signal
- Did Yahoo spy on its users’ emails for the NSA?
- Unmasking Tor users with DNS
- Mirai “internet of things” malware from Krebs DDoS attack goes open source
- Me-OUCH! Facebook shuts accounts over image of cat wearing suit and tie
Thursday 6 October 2016
- Odin ransomware takes over from Zepto and Locky
- Hacked Olympians’ doping docs may have been doctored post-theft
- BuzzFeed latest high-profile victim of OurMine hackers
- Billboard hacker faces 12 years in jail for broadcasting porn
- From Russia with grudge: hackers accused of trying to sway US election
Friday 7 October 2016
- ‘Security fatigue’ leading computer users to more or less just give up
- Android battles to fix the holes where the rain gets in
- Islamic State suspect charged with hiding terrorist data in cufflink
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