Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Monday 26 June 2017
- News in brief: Gmail stops scanning; UK Parliament hack; Windows 10 S hacked
- How Spora ransomware tries to fool antivirus
- Ransomware, botnets, surveillance, phishing and GDPR! [PODCAST]
- How Snapchat shares your (and your kids’) location
- Google strips private medical data from searches
Tuesday 27 June 2017
- News in brief: cars confused by kangaroos; fears on airport books move; Google hit with €2.42bn fine
- Facebook moves to protect profile pictures from scammers
- Petya variants behind the global ransomware outbreak: here’s what we know so far
- Watch out: don’t lose your passwords when you sign up online
- Firefox Focus: the not-quite-a-browser for Android aims for privacy
Wednesday 28 June 2017
- New Petya ransomware: everything you wanted to know (but were afraid to ask)
- From floppy disks to deep freeze: what’s the best way to store data?
- News in brief: Wimbledon adds AI; four arrested over support scams; Russia threatens to block Telegram
- Beer + bitter former field engineer = hacked smart water meters
- Deconstructing Petya: how it spreads and how to fight back
- Anthem to pay record $115m to settle lawsuits over massive breach
Thursday 29 June 2017
- News in brief: PCs’ PCs still running XP; bug-hunters cashing in; airport security stepped up
- Hacking nuclear submarines – how likely is the nightmare scenario?
- Who’s watching? Face recognition means goodbye to hiding in crowds
- Who was to blame for what looked like a DDoS attack on the AA? That would be … the AA
Friday 30 June 2017
- News in brief: Germany to levy €50m fines on social media; Facebook drone success; hacker offers Petya help
- Happy 50th birthday, hole-in-the-wall cash machines!
- Film review: ‘Risk’ shines uncompromising spotlight on Julian Assange and Wikileaks
- CIA contractors fired for stealing from hacked IoT snack machines
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