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Monday 31 August 2015
- What Ashley Madison got right
- This email scam targeting businesses is a billion-dollar problem, FBI warns
- Google Chrome will block Flash from tomorrow…well, sort of
- Here’s a phish you might not spot – 60 Second Security
Tuesday 1 September 2015
- Secret Service agent pleads guilty to stealing Silk Road bitcoins
- National Crime Agency website DDoSed by Lizard Squad
Wednesday 2 September 2015
- Unsolved cipher mystery: Spaniard says he’s cracked Dead Pigeon code
- Google accused of rigging search results by India’s competition cops
- Wikipedia blocks sockpuppet accounts amid blackmail claims
- Microsoft Word Intruder Revealed – inside a malware construction kit
- WHSmith contact form spams out personal customer data
- Uber hires the guys who hacked a Jeep to develop safer driverless cars
Thursday 3 September 2015
- Children’s apps and websites raise privacy concerns
- Should the US hit China with sanctions over cyberespionage?
Friday 4 September 2015
- To encrypt or not to encrypt?
- US law enforcement now needs a warrant to use stingrays
- Look! A Fraud Fighting Ferret! [Chet Chat Podcast 212]
- 3 ways to get busted on the Dark Web
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