Get yourself up to date with everything we’ve written in the last seven days – it’s weekly roundup time.
Monday 3 June 2019
- Your phone’s sensors could be used as a cookie you can’t delete
- New controversy erupts over Chrome ad blocking plans
- Going to Infosec Europe this week? Want a free T-shirt?
- Fake news writer: If people are stupid enough to believe this stuff…
- All G Suite users to get Gmail ‘confidential’ mode
Tuesday 4 June 2019
- Synthetic clicks and the macOS flaw Apple can’t seem to fix
- GandCrab ransomware crooks to shut up shop
- US visa applicants required to hand over social media info
- Apple sunsets iTunes
Wednesday 5 June 2019
- Patch Android! June 2019 update fixes eight critical flaws
- Apple bans ads, third-party tracking in apps meant for kids
- ATM skimming crook behind bars after draining accounts for 2 years
- Apple battles Facebook and Google with rival sign in service
Thursday 6 June 2019
- Firefox aims at Google with Enhanced Tracking Prevention
- Microsoft dismisses new Windows RDP ‘bug’ as a feature
- YouTube bans kids’ live-streaming without an adult present
- Gang charged with $19 million iPhone scam
Friday 7 June 2019
- Action required! Exim mail servers need urgent patching
- What’s the best approach to patching vulnerabilities?
- Researchers eavesdrop on smartphone finger taps
- The FBI is sitting on more than 641m photos of people’s faces
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