Get yourself up to date with everything we’ve written in the last seven days – it’s weekly roundup time.
Monday 26 February 2018
- Insecure CCTV feeds of kids at school are being streamed live online
- Facebook bug reveals identity of page admin via email
- US border agents haven’t verified e-passport data for over 10 years
- ‘In Fraud We Trust’ – Cybercrime org bust shows we’re fighting pros
Tuesday 27 February 2018
- Can the FBI really unlock ANY iPhone in existence?
- Oops! Apple repair center making around 20 false emergency calls a day
- Unsecured AWS led to cryptojacking attack on LA Times
Wednesday 28 February 2018
- Single Sign-On authentication – the bug that lets you logon as someone else
- If any phone can be hacked, should we give up on security? [VIDEO]
- “Misguided” hacking bill threatens to ice security researchers, say critics
- ISIS recruiter caught by Facebook screenshot
- Making private browsing more private
- Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak scammed by Bitcoin fraudster
Thursday 1 March 2018
- Machine learning self defence: how to not shoot yourself in the foot
- Equifax finds ANOTHER 2.4 million Americans hit by breach
- 27% of under-18s have been sexted, and it’s on the rise
- Microsoft still refusing to hand over private email data stored in Ireland
- Right to be Forgotten requests stagnate, Google refuses most anyway
Friday 2 March 2018
- 20,000 web certificate private keys outed in “business tiff”
- Facebook’s see yourself bald app: extreme hackers or extreme hoax?
- Can emojis save you from a terrible password?
- Don’t fall for fake iTunes and App Store messages
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