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  • Facebook’s new audio feature won’t snoop on us, it says

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Listening in and identifying your TV and music is opt-in only, Facebook's security head honcho said, and no, he wouldn't want it in his pocket either if it was recording everything going on around him.
  • Adult Webcam Spam: All Roads Lead To Kik Messenger

    Symantec Security Response Blogs
    Summary: 


    Spammers Kik unsuspecting users to mobile messenger.



    Dating back to last year, Symantec has been following a trend involving adult webcam spam on social networks, dating applications, and photo sharing applications. Our research found that no matter which platform it was found on, most adult webcam spam shared a common thread: it led users to a mobile messaging service called Kik.
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  • Fight internet surveillance, Reset The Net

    Sophos - Naked Security
    5 June 2014 is Reset The Net. It's a day to take back our privacy by using strong encryption whenever and wherever we can and insisting that the organisations we rely upon do too.
  • Naked Security now available in HTTPS

    Sophos - Naked Security
    You can now browse your favourite computer security news website and make it more difficult for the NSA to spy on you at the same time!
  • Privacy and the Right to be Forgotten

    TrendLabs - Malware Blog
    Last month, there was a very interesting decision out of the European Court of Justice. The decision established what can be called the “right to be forgotten“. People can now ask search engines like Google to remove links from search results about them. So, for example, say you are now a successful businessman. However, the first search results […]Post from: Trendlabs Security Intelligence Blog - by Trend MicroPrivacy and the Right to be Forgotten
  • Privacy and the Right to be Forgotten

    Trend Micro - Security Intelligence
    Last month, there was a very interesting decision out of the European Court of Justice. The decision established what can be called the “right to be forgotten“. People can now ask search engines like Google to remove links from search results about them. So, for example, say you are now a successful businessman. However, the first search results […]Post from: Trendlabs Security Intelligence Blog - by Trend MicroPrivacy and the Right to be Forgotten
  • England footballers have their passport details leaked on Twitter

    Graham Cluley
    In an embarrassing breach of security, the passport numbers of members of the England Football squad have been accidentally tweeted out by the team's official sponsor.

    Find out more in my article on the We Live Security blog.
  • SSCC 150 – TrueCrypt, Gameover, CryptoLocker and whither mobile malware? [PODCAST]

    Sophos - Naked Security
    This week, Chet and Duck dig into the bafflement of the disappearing TrueCrypt encryption software: did it jump, or was it pushed?

    They also look at the takedown of Gameover and CryptoLocker, and look into what we can learn from ten years of mobile malware.
  • Peek Inside a Professional Carding Shop

    Krebs on Security
    Over the past year, I've spent a great deal of time trolling a variety of underground stores that sell "dumps" -- street slang for stolen credit card data that buyers can use to counterfeit new cards and go shopping in big-box stores for high-dollar merchandise that can be resold quickly for cash. By way of explaining this bizarro world, this post takes the reader on a tour of a rather exclusive and professional dumps shop that caters to professional thieves, high-volume buyers and organized crime gangs.
  • Sydney teen arrested as hacking hoaxster sends SWAT team to his house

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Having been told that residents were tied up inside the home, and that shots had been fired, officers swooped on the Bonar Street address at 4.40 am. But it was all a hoax.

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