Catch up with everything we’ve written in the last seven days – it’s weekly roundup time.
Watch the top news in 60 seconds, and then check out the individual links to read in more detail.
Monday 3 February 2014
- Eleven US schoolkids expelled for hacking teacher accounts, bumping up grades
- Regional eBay and PayPal sites latest targets for SEA
Tuesday 4 February 2014
- SSCC 133 – Prize unicorns, Android malware, 2FA, Attack reports and Vote For Us! [PODCAST]
- Adobe fixes critical Flash flaw
- Facebook’s 10 years of security privacy thrills ‘n spills
- PWN2OWN 2014 – Find the “exploit unicorn” and win $150,000
- Credit and debit card fraud targets US hotel guests
- Move over, Superbowl – here come the latest “Dirty Dozen” SPAMPIONSHIP tables!
Wednesday 5 February 2014
- Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Yahoo release NSA snooping stats
- Firefox 27 is out – Tuesday’s second non-Patch-Tuesday update
- Misleading advertisements lead to hijacked browser settings
Thursday 6 February 2014
- Did the crooks who broke into Target tailgate the cleaners?
- Google Chrome will warn you when it’s been hijacked
- Report shows US federal agencies are failing to employ very basic security measures
- Comcast servers compromised by same attackers as Bell Canada
- SEA attempts to hack Facebook and other MarkMonitor domain customers
Friday 7 February 2014
- Will passports of the future incorporate our body smell?
- How Facebook leaked thousands of private messages all because of a typo
Saturday 8 February 2014
Sunday 9 February 2014
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