ICYMI – here are the top stories from the past week, all in one convenient place.
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Monday 26 October 2015
- Sophos Blog presents – What is…the Internet of Things?
- Twitter campaign targets fake TripAdvisor reviews
- 10 years of troll abuse published by violinist
- Train rider has his contactless card e-pickpocketed
- Compass, chronometer and sextant – they’re BACK! 60 Second Security
- The Internet of Things: Stop the things, I want to get off!
Tuesday 27 October 2015
- Police nab 9 for allegedly spoofing bank employees in £60 million scam
- TalkTalk breach: CEO dismisses encryption, 15-year-old arrested
Wednesday 28 October 2015
- Facebook ‘Message Requests’ lets you contact anyone, even if you’re not friends
- Happy birthday Naked Security!
- Prizes galore in the “Encryption Dance” #sophospuzzle
- Did the FBI really say “pay up” for ransomware? Here’s what to do…
- SXSW turns tail and runs, nixing panels on harassment
- Man who shot down drone had a ‘right’ to do it, says judge
Thursday 29 October 2015
- 5 tips for safer online dating
- British Gas in “password breach” quandary
- Facebook to crush annoying Candy Crush invitations
- 4 ways SophosLabs is advancing protection against cyberthreats
- Curious people can’t resist plugging in random flash drives
Friday 30 October 2015
- “Hell No Barbie” social media campaign targets Mattel’s talking toy
- Yahoo’s “crypto witch” exploits web security feature, learns your site history
- Second teenager arrested in Talk Talk “breach” – but what was the motive?
- Researchers use Wi-Fi to see gestures, identify individuals through walls
- Young people – particularly women – aren’t hearing about cybersecurity jobs
- Webhosting company loses 13 million plaintext passwords, says “thanks for your understanding”
Saturday 31 October 2015
- Hints to solve the #sophospuzzle – that prize could still be yours!
- Using DroidJack spyware to snoop on your spouse could get you arrested
Monday 2 November 2015
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