Get yourself up to date with everything we’ve written in the last seven days – it’s weekly roundup time.
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Monday 7 September 2015
- Sexting teen accused of sexually exploiting himself
- Unnoticed Firefox attacker had access to severe vulnerabilities for over a year
- That’s “Dead PIGEON”, not “Dead PARROT”! 60 Second Security
Tuesday 8 September 2015
- 5 security tips for businesses (and everyone else!)
- Anatomy of a malicious email: Crooks exploiting recent Word hole
- Has Twitter traced escaped Mexican drug baron ‘El Chapo’ to Costa Rica?
- Gozi banking Trojan co-author pleads guilty
Wednesday 9 September 2015
- Microsoft due in court over warrant for emails stored in Irish data centre
- “The breach lasted a year. Or was it two?” [Chet Chat Podcast 213]
- Self-driving cars can be stopped with a laser pointer
- Apple iOS 9 Safari opens the flood gates to ad-blocking
- Drunken attack on emotion-reading robot leaves it a little brain-dead
Thursday 10 September 2015
- 11 million Ashley Madison passwords cracked in 10 days
- Bedroom pirate gets 4 years for running a £300K streaming site
- US cop goes wardriving to sniff out stolen gadgets by MAC address
- Apple iMessage’s end-to-end encryption stymies US data request
Friday 11 September 2015
- Stolen storage device leads to loss of customer bank and personal data
- Android’s Stagefright is back! Here’s what you need to know
- California governor shoots down 350-foot no-fly drone law
- US agency in charge of power grid and nukes keeps getting breached
- TSA master luggage keys are 3D printed after photo published online
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