Get yourself up to date with everything we've written in the last seven days – it's weekly roundup time.
Monday 30 July 2018
- Prisoners exploit tablet vulnerability to steal nearly $225K
- Social media rumors lead to PepsiCo lawsuit
- Google bans Android miners from Play Store
Tuesday 31 July 2018
- SamSam: The (almost) $6 million ransomware
- NSA hasn’t closed security windows Snowden climbed through
- Football team in trouble over unauthorized access to rivals’ videos
- Leaky radio devices broadcast chipset data, discover researchers
- Spectre chip weakness can be used to steal data remotely
- Cryptojacking for beginners – what you need to know
Wednesday 1 August 2018
- Alleged SIM-swap scammer nabbed for stealing $5m in Bitcoin
- Staff dust off their typewriters after malware attack
- High-schoolers’ data put up for sale after being scraped from surveys
- Mozilla still working on Firefox’s site isolation security revamp
- Porn-warning security scam hooks you up to “Apple Care”
Thursday 2 August 2018
- Reddit’s serious “security incident” – what you need to know
- How to defend yourself against SamSam ransomware
- Facebook bans midterm-meddling accounts and pages
- Microsoft Edge adds WebAuthn as passwords near the end
- Facebook shuts off user data access for hundreds of thousands of apps
Friday 3 August 2018
- Routers turned into zombie cryptojackers – is yours one of them?
- Alleged “high-ranking” members of the Fin7 cybercrime group arrested
- How safe is your DNA data?
- Amnesty International spearphished with government spyware
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