Sophos - Naked SecurityA US lawyer has offered the opinion that Apple's new fingerprint authentication might end up eroding a long-cherished legal right.
If you're not willing to remember a passcode, you may have to give up "the Fifth" as a reason not to unlock your phone for a court...
Sophos - Naked SecurityJohn Anthony Borell III, aka "@ItsKahuna", admitted to attacking a slew of police sites in an operation that included exposing the personal details of thousands.
Sophos - Naked SecurityFriday the Thirteenth turned into Patch Horror Day for Microsoft.
Redmond release engineers waited to see if they had solved the problems that required eight out of 13 security patches to be reissued...
Sophos - Naked SecurityHow realistic are you about your Facebook posts? Why should you encrypt your hard disks? Why doesn't the Yahoo! CEO use a passcode on her phone?
Watch this week's 60 Second Security and find out!
Sophos - Naked SecurityOfficially, it's a point release of OS X Mountain Lion.
But with twice as many security fixes listed as regular bug fixes and improvements, Paul Ducklin is happy calling it a "security update" instead...
Sophos - Naked SecurityLondon Metropolitan Police are holding 12 men in connection with a scheme to access computers at Santander, one of the UK's largest banks.
Sophos - Naked Security75% of UK women support their government's proposals to make internet porn 'opt-in', compared to 43% of men, according to a new survey from market research company Kantar.
Sophos - Naked SecurityToo bad that 69% of recruiters report finding candidates whom they wouldn't let step through the door, thanks to social media evidence of drinking, drugs, bad-mouthing previous employers, lying on their resumes or a host of other sins.
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I’m dating myself, but I remember when holiday shopping involved pouring through ads in the Sunday paper, placing actual phone calls from tethered land lines to research product stock and availability, and actually driving places to pick things up. Now, holiday shoppers can do all of that from a smartphone or tablet in a few seconds, but there are some security pitfalls to be aware of.