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Hackers hold 80,000 healthcare records to ransom

CarePartners said its forensic investigation identified 1500 affected records - the hackers say they took 80,000.

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Roblox says hacker injected code that led to avatar’s gang rape

Roblox was moving some older, user-generated games to a newer, more secure system when the attack took place, it says.

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Basic email blunder exposed possible victims of child sexual abuse

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse sent out a mass emailing in which a staffer mistakenly used "To" instead of "Bcc".

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Privacy – can you have too much of a good thing? [PODCAST]

Catch up with Day 4 of our Security SOS Week - here's the fourth episode of our week-long online security summit.

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Venmo users: time to hide your drug deals and excessive pizza consumption

To its fans, Venmo is a hassle-free P2P app that lets anyone living in the US send money to friends, split a restaurant bill, pay for a ride on Uber, or buy a hotel room. To the security conscious, it's a privacy nightmare.

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Google hit with $5.1b fine in EU’s Android antitrust case

This could mean the end of free Android. In the meantime, Google plans to appeal.

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Trends in malware – ransomware, cryptojacking, what next? [PODCAST]

Catch up with Day 3 of our Security SOS Week - here's the third episode of our week-long online security summit.

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Automated money-laundering scheme found in free-to-play games

The scammers automatically created iOS accounts with valid email accounts, then automatically used stolen cards to buy and resell stuff.

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Venmo users: time to hide your drug deals and excessive pizza consumption

To its fans, Venmo is a hassle-free P2P app that lets anyone living in the US send money to friends, split a restaurant bill, pay for a ride on Uber, or buy a hotel room. To the security conscious, it's a privacy nightmare.

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Could semantic icons replace passwords and PINs?

SemanticLock replaces passwords, PINs and patterns with a sequence of graphical icons which work semantically.

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21-year-old spy tool developer faces prison

Luminosity RAT sold for as little as $39.99 and could spy, steal passwords, mine cryptocurrency, and launch DDoSes.

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“Astoundingly stupid” Kodak (not really) Bitcoin miner bites the dust

Deemed a scam from its CES debut, Kodak says KashMiner was never licensed, and its promised payouts portrayed ignorance of how Bitcoin works.

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Don’t take fright – get web security right [PODCAST]

Catch up with Day 2 of our Security SOS Week - here's the second episode of our week-long online security summit.

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How to spoof someone’s GPS navigation to send them the wrong way

Researchers have for the first time demonstrated that it’s possible to spoof turn-by-turn GPS road navigation to send users to specific wrong locations.

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Welcome to the wonderful world of GDPR! Where next? [PODCAST]

Catch up with Day 1 of our Security SOS Week - here's the first episode of our week-long online security summit.

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Guy jailed for refusing to unlock phones

The phones are new, he said, and he can't remember the passcodes.

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Twitter shutters accounts linked to US election hacking

The move comes after special counsel Robert Mueller's indictment of 12 Russians believed to have used the accounts as fronts in US election hacking.

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Facebook refuses to remove fake news, but will demote it

Facebook last week grappled with journalists' questions about how serious its fight against fakery is, given it puts up with InfoWars.

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Twitter pops a lot of famous people’s follower bubbles

It wiped out accounts locked due to misbehavior, obliterating about 4 followers for non-famous mortals and millions for the glitterati.

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USB Restricted Mode in iOS 11.4.1 now available to all iPhone users

The latest version of iOS includes bug fixes and at least one new feature that might be of interest to security-minded users.

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Ex-Apple engineer charged with stealing self-driving car secrets

He was arrested on his way to China to start a job at autonomous vehicle start-up Xiaopeng Motors, Apple said in court documents.

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