Here is an incomplete list of some of my recent media appearances. If you are a member of the press and would like to interview me, please get in touch.
- Computer Weekly. “Do website design platforms pose too big a security risk?”.
- Silicon Republic. “New Apple ‘text bomb’ bug causes iPhones to crash”.
- The Register. “Text bomb, text bomb, you’re my text bomb! Naughty HTML freezes Messages, Safari, etc”.
- Fortune. “TECH APPLE Apple Users Are Facing a New Security Flaw: The ChaiOS ‘Text Bomb’”.
- Fudzilla. “Apple has another security issue”.
- BBC News. “‘Text bomb’ is latest Apple bug”.
- International Business Times. “Watch out for this ‘text bomb’ now crashing iPhones with a simple message”.
- Tom’s Guide. “This Nasty Link Crashes Apple’s Messages Apps”.
- V3. “Hawaiian emergency agency slammed for cumbersome approach to security”.
- iDownloadBlog. “ChaiOS ‘text bomb’ can crash your iPhone, iPad or Mac with a single malicious link”.
- MacDaily News. “ChaiOS ‘text bomb’ can crash your Apple iPhone or Mac with a single link”.
- Daily Mail. “If you get this message, do NOT open it: Devastating Apple ChaiOS ‘text bomb’ can crash your iPhone or Mac with a single link”.
- Metro. “How friends or hackers could crash your smartphone by sending a ‘text bomb’”.
- Newsfactor. “Lousy User Interface at Fault for Hawaii Missile False Alarm”.
- Vice. “Why Hawaiians spent Saturday morning waiting to die in a nuclear fireball”.
- IT Pro. “How a poor user interface design caused the Hawaii missile scare”.
- The Guardian. “Hawaii missile false alarm due to badly designed user interface, reports say”.
- The Register. “CPU bug patch saga: Antivirus tools caught with their hands in the Windows cookie jar”.
- NewsFactor. “Security Meltdown, Spectre Debacle: What You Need To Know”.
- Neowin. “Future Windows updates to be blocked if your anti-virus isn’t set properly”.
- BBC News. “Meltdown fix can make some machines slower – Intel”.
- Computer Weekly. “Intel to set up new group to focus on hardware security”.
- Silicon Republic. “All about Spectre and Meltdown, the security bugs setting the tech world on fire”.
- South China Morning Post. “Does chip flaw expose nearly every device to hackers? Don’t panic, say makers, as they scramble for a fix”.
- Newsweek. “Meltdown, Spectre: What we know about the major cyber security flaws and how to protect yourself”.
- CBR. “Major Intel chip security flaw could slow down millions of computers”.
- The Guardian. “Major security flaw found in Intel processors”.
- The Register. “Security catch-up: Nigerian prince email ring cops collar … Louisiana OAP?”.
- Washington Times. “Muslim Match dating site breached by hackers, nearly 150K accounts compromised”.
- Yahoo News. “Apple’s iPhone turns nine: 5 ways it’s still better than Android”.
- BBC News. “Oculus chief latest social media hack victim”.
- MacDailyNews. “Apple’s revolutionary iPhone is nine years old – and still no significant malware outbreaks”.
- CRN. “Reseller finds itself piggy in the middle in Sophos and Cylance dispute”.
- eSecurity Planet. “Hacker Selling 655,000 Stolen Medical Records for $700,000”.
- Fox News. “Brexit: Investigators probe online petition for second EU referendum, remove 77,000 fake signatures”.
- The Inquirer. ” Zuckerberg hackers move onto Google CEO Sundar Pichai”.
- BBC News. “US Healthcare records offered for sale online”.
- Channelnomics. ” Intel in potential security sell-off – report”.
- CRN. ” First Dell, now Intel, as rumours emerge of potential security sell-off”.
- TechWeek Europe. “Intel ‘Looks’ To Sell Off Security Unit”.
- Business Recorder. “Even Zuckerberg covers his laptop, why??”.
- Inquistr. “Mark Zuckerberg covers his webcam with tape – should you?”.
- SC Magazine. “Severe flaws detected in popular compression library”.
- SC Magazine. “Facebook chief Zuckerberg covers his webcam with tape – should you?”.
- WTOP. “The facts of copyright, privacy on Facebook”.
- Gizbot. “Why Mark Zuckerberg Covered his Camera and Mic Jack with Tapes? Find it out here!”.
- French Tribune. “Photo posted by Mark Zuckerberg shows taped-over laptop camera in background”.
- AZFamily. “Beware of Facebook copyright hoaxes”.
- The Inquirer. “PC and Mac back-up service Carbonite caught in password reuse swarm”.
- Christian Science Monitor. ” Why Mark Zuckerberg covers his laptop’s camera and micophrone (+video)”.
- The Blaze. “New Photo Shows Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg Covers His Laptop’s Camera and Microphone”.
- New York Times. “Mark Zuckerberg Covers His Laptop Camera. You Should Consider It, Too.”.
- Cloud Pro. “GoToMyPC hit by ‘sophisticated password attack’”.
- Business Reporter. “Phishing scam targets Apple customers with iTunes ‘virus’ claim”.
- TechWeek Europe. “GoToMYPC Resets Passwords After ‘Sophisticated’ Attack”.
- InfoSecurity Magazine. “Twitter Clarifies Position on Credentials and Security”.
- IT Pro. “32 million Twitter passwords go for sale on the dark web, but Twitter ‘not hacked’”.
- Dark Reading. “Deconstructing The Impact Of Ransomware On Healthcare’s IoT”.
- New York Times. “Roger Goodell Is Not Dead. The N.F.L. Was Hacked”.
- Quadrangle. “Zuckerberg reclaims hacked accounts”.
- Quadrangle. “Mark Zuckerberg’s social media accounts restored after alleged hack”.
- Boston Globe. “If Mark Zuckerberg can be a hacking victim, so can you”.
- Fox News. “Celebrities scramble to respond to Twitter attacks”.
- Breitbart News. “Zuckerberg gets hacked, turns out to have really lame password”.
- New York Times. “If Mark Zuckerberg Can Be a Hacking Victim, So Can You”.
- CSO. “As applications redefine the perimeter, is encryption protecting it too well?”.
- IT World Canada. “Browser fixes: Chrome to pause Flash, Mozilla plugs holes”.
- V3. “Dark web drug website Agora to close after Tor security concerns”.
- IT Pro Portal. “Dark web black market shuts down due to security concerns”.
- BBC News. “Dark web marketplace shuts down over security concerns”.
- IT Pro. “John McAfee: Ashley Madison hack was ‘lone female employee’”.
- IT Pro. “Ashley Madison CTO may have hacked rival prior to ALM breach”.
- Radio: BBC Radio Ulster. Discussing latest developments in Ashley Madison hacking case.
- ABC. “Help find Ashley Madison hackers, police appeal after unconfirmed reports of linked suicides”.
- Huffington Post. “‘Suicides’ Over Ashley Madison Leak Investigated As Police Reveal £240K Reward For Information”.
- New York Times. “After Ashley Madison Hack, Police in Toronto Detail a Global Fallout”.
- Sudbury Star. “Leak exposes thousands of Sudburians”.
- NewsFactor Network. “Hackers Publish Names, Data of Ashley Madison Users”.
- Fusion. “Here’s what to do if you’ve been exposed in the Ashley Madison hack”.
- France24. “The global fallout of the Ashley Madison hack”.
- Irish Mirror. “Ashley Madison hack: Irish politician’s email address linked to adultery dating site list”.
- NBC News. “Exposed in Ashley Madison Hack? Here’s What to Do Now”.
- BostInno Streetwise. “The Big One: What Will 4Chan Do With the Ashley Madison Names?”.
- Global News. “Hackers dump more Ashley Madison user data online: report”.
- Lifehacker. “Check If Your Data Was Leaked In the Ashley Madison Hack”.
- News.com.au. “The Ashley Madison hack will have a mixed result for those involved”.
- Daily Telegraph. “Questions raised about validity of Ashley Madison data”.
- Consumer Affairs. “Hackers release data stolen from Ashley Madison adultery-dating website”.
- SC Magazine. “Leaked Ashley Madison emails include MP and hundreds of UK public figures”.
- V3. “Ashley Madison hack: What we know after 9.7GB data dump”.
- New Zealand Herald. “Revealed: Kiwis in Ashley Madison link”.
- Wired. “Ashley Madison data published — and it’s worse than anyone thought”.
- Newsweek Pakistan. “Ashley Madison ‘Cheater’ files hit Dark Web”.
- International Business TImes. “Ashley Madison hack as it happened: Who is named in cheating site’s big data leak?”.
- Enterprise Security Today. “Hackers Publish Names, Data of Ashley Madison Users”.
- Daily Mail. “SNP MP Michelle Thomson says email was ‘harvested’ by Ashley Madison hackers”.
- Vocativ. “What Security Experts Want You To Know About The Ashley Madison Hack”.
- CCTV America. “The unfolding of Ashley Madison’s data hack”.
- Mashable. “What we know now about the AshleyMadison hack, by the numbers”.
- Independent Online. “More than an amusing sex scandal”.
- The Mirror. “Ashley Madison hack: 1.2million Brits in a panic as alleged love cheats’ details are published”.
- Daily Mail. “Update now! Microsoft releases ‘critical’ patch for Internet Explorer to fix bug that lets hackers take control of ANY Windows machine”.
- Huffington Post. “Ashley Madison Dating Site Hackers Release Personal Customer Information Online Over The ‘Dark Web’”.
- Talking New Media. “Full dump of hacked Ashley Madison documents hits the web, political websites have a field day”.
- NewsFactor Network. “Microsoft Issues Emergency Patch for Critical Internet Explorer Bug”.
- Sydney Morning Herald. “Ashley Madison hack explained: what you need to know”.
- TMCNet. “Lessons from the AshleyMadison.com Hack”.
- The Hamilton Spectator. “Why the Ashley Madison leak is about way more than infidelity”.
- The Guardian. “Ashley Madison condemns attack as experts say hacked database is real”.
- Silicon Beat. “Quoted: on hackers’ shaming of Ashley Madison customers”.
- SC Magazine. “Unpatched 0-day threatens Apple Mac users”.
- Global News. “What we know about the Ashley Madison data dump”.
- SC Magazine. “Microsoft forced to release out-of-band patch to fix IE”.
- Christian Today. “Ashley Madison: Why I’m not cheering the adultery website hack”.
- Business Insider. “Compromising details on thousands of military personnel have reportedly been leaked in the huge Ashley Madison hack”.
- Techcrunch. “Full Ashley Madison Hacked Data Apparently Dumped On Tor”.
- HelpNet Security. “Stolen Ashley Madison data dumped online, seems legitimate”.
- Computer Weekly. “Microsoft issues emergency security patch for IE browser flaw”.
- Computing. “Microsoft rushes out emergency patch to fix zero-day Internet Explorer security flaw”.
- InfoSecurity Magazine. “Ashley Madison Data Dump Has Users Reeling”.
- Huffington Post. “Ashley Madison’s Email List Should NOT Be Taken At Face Value Says Security Expert”.
- The Guardian. “Ashley Madison condemns attack as experts say hacked database is real”.
- BBC News. “What’s in the Ashley Madison dump?”.
- ComputerWorld. “Hackers call Time on Ashley Madison — with huge data dump”.
- IT Pro. “Still using Internet Explorer? Hackers could take over your PC without this patch”.
- Washington Post. “Don’t gloat about the Ashley Madison leak. It’s about way more than infidelity”.
- Huffington Post. “EXPERTS: Ashley Madison Hack Data Is Real”.
- Krebs on Security. “Was the Ashley Madison Database Leaked?”.
- The Inquisitr. “Big Government Names Allegedly On Ashley Madison Hacked List Of Emails — But Ashley Madison Reportedly Never Verified Emails”.
- The Register. “Adulterers antsy as ‘entire’ Ashley Madison databases leak online”.
- TechWeek Europe. “Should Businesses Be Concerned About Mac Security?”.
- ComputerWorld. “Stop the Flash madness – 5 bugs a week”.
- V3. “Adobe rolls out 34 security updates for Flash”.
- The Register. “Want to harvest Facebook data? Get a mobile number and off you go”.
- InfoSecurity Magazine. “Carphone Warehouse Hackers May Have DDoS-ed Firm”.
- International Business Times. “HTC One Max phone saved user fingerprints as unencrypted images accessible to any hacker”.
- ComputerWorld. “Carphone Warehouse hack is huge lesson to American companies”.
- V3. “Facebook mobile search feature branded a risk after discovery of security flaw”.
- Expert Reviews. “Carphone Warehouse hack: who’s been affected?”.
- The Inquisitr. “Facebook Hacked: Software Engineer Discovers Flaw, Harvests Public User Data With Algorithm”.
- The Guardian. “Facebook urged to tighten privacy settings after harvest of user data”.
- TV: Sky News. Discussing Carphone Warehouse hack.
- Radio: BBC Radio Five Live. Discussing Carphone Warehouse hack.
- Reuters. “Dixons Carphone says cyber attack may have exposed customers’ data”.
- TV: BBC One. “Ten O’Clock News” Discussing Carphone Warehouse hack.
- Radio: BBC Radio Four. Discussing Carphone Warehouse hack.
- TV: BBC News Channel. Discussing Carphone Warehouse hack.
- V3. “LG joins Google and Samsung with plans for monthly Android security fixes”.
- Radio: BBC World Service “Tech Tent”. Discussing car hacking, robots and mobile phone spyware.
- BBC News. “Hacking danger for NHS Wales computers, Plaid Cymru claims”.
- Radio: BBC Radio Wales “Good Morning Wales”. Discussing Windows XP in the workplace.
- V3. “Google and Samsung promise monthly Android security fixes after StageFright scare”.
- The Inquirer. “Apple OS X users get braced with a brace of security warnings”.
- TechWeek Europe. “Two Major Mac OS X Vulnerabilities Bring Apple Security Approach Under Scrutiny”.
- BBC News. “Spyware demo shows how spooks hack mobile phones”.
- Daily Mail. “Apple users hit by double security warning as first Mac malware that can install ‘adware’ revealed”.
- Metro. “Watch out, Mac users: Hackers ‘take over’ machines running OS X”.
- Business Reporter. “Windows 10: Security concerns over new WiFi feature”.
- The Register. “Teen whiz exposes WhatsApp profile pic privacy blunder bug”.
- TechWorld. “Dating site Topface pays hacker who stole 20 million credentials”.
- IT News for Australian Businesses. “Google outs three Apple zero-day vulnerabilities”.
- Computer Weekly. “Kim Dotcom launches encrypted MegaChat service”.
- Computer Weekly. “Minecraft developer Mojang not hacked, says Microsoft”.
- International Business Times. “WhatsApp cease and desist shuts down WhatsApp Plus as users are banned for 24 hours”.
- BBC News. “WhatsApp Plus users suspended by official app for 24 hours”.
- Newsfactor. “Worst Passwords of 2014 Revealed: Time To Trash Yours?”.
- Softpedia. “List with over 1,800 Minecraft Accounts Leaked, Plain Text Passwords Revealed”.
- InfoSecurity Magazine. “Banning Encryption May Sound Absurd, But We Shouldn’t Laugh it Off”.
- Tom’s Hardware. “More Than 1,800 Minecraft Usernames, Passwords Leaked”.
- Enterprise Security Today. “Worst Passwords of 2014 Unveiled: Are You Using Any?”.
- Ubergizmo. “Minecraft Usernames And Passwords Leaked”.
- Hacker News. “Minecraft hacked! More than 1800 Minecraft account Credentials Leaked”.
- Daily Express. “Minecraft hacked! Fan email addresses and passwords leaked online”.
- Daily Star. “Minecraft warning as players hacked in major cyber attack”.
- Computer Weekly. “US blamed North Korea for Sony attack based on data from 2010 US hack”.
- TechWeek Europe. “Footwear Retailer Escapes Fine For Customer Data Breach”.
- The Guardian. “1,800 Minecraft players’ email addresses and passwords leak online”.
- Expert Reviews. “Is Microsoft’s Minecraft under attack?”.
- Beta News. “Minecraft usernames and passwords leak online”.
- The Daily Dot. “Security experts still skeptical that North Korea hacked Sony”.
- RADIO: BBC Five Live. Talking about an O2 phishing campaign.
- RADIO: BBC Five Live. Debating David Cameron’s fight against secure communications. Listen here.
- World TV PC. “Google Upsets Microsoft – Exposed Windows Security Flaw Too Early”.
- TechWeek Europe. “The Critics’ View – CentCom Social Media Hack”.
- Computing. “Cameron and Obama reveal plans for UK and US to stage ‘cyber war games’ to boost cyber defences”.
- Softpedia. “Windows 7 Users Shouldn’t Get Comfortable Despite Extended Support, Says Security Expert”.
- RADIO: tbs eFM Primetime. “Primetime with Henry Shinn” talking about David Cameron’s backdoor.
- The Register. “Kim Jong-Un shoot-em-up Glorious Leader! yanked”.
- Virus Bulletin. “What would Cameron’s ‘anti-terrorism’ proposals mean for the UK?”.
- The Guardian. ” How has David Cameron caused a storm over encryption?”.
- TechnoBuffalo. “Despite its Own Flaws, Google Publishes Another Microsoft Security Exploit”.
- IT Pro Portal. “Will David Cameron really kill WhatsApp, iMessage and Snapchat?”.
- SC Magazine. “Prime minister wrong on encryption say experts”.
- ReadWrite. “It’s The Beginning Of The End For Windows 7”.
- Metro. “Is this a hard-hitting new literacy campaign – or have highbrow hackers been at work?”.
- Defense World. “UK Plans To Ban WhatsApp, Other Encrypted Messaging Apps”.
- Sharecast. “David Cameron moves to ban encrypted message apps”.
- Yahoo. “The 4 funniest British responses to David Cameron’s boneheaded attack on encryption”.
- Anadolu. “UK: Cameron seeks ‘totalitarian’ access to phone apps”.
- Silicon Beat. “On David Cameron’s ‘Crazy’ Plan To Ban Encrypted Messaging Apps”.
- Mac User. “Cameron under fire over plans to ban encrypted communication”.
- The Guardian. “David Cameron in ‘cloud cuckoo land’ over encrypted messaging apps ban”.
- Sci-Tech Today. “Microsoft Fuming at Google Over Zero-Day Disclosure”.
- MacroInsider. “Microsoft hits out at Google crew”.
- BBC News. “Microsoft hits out at Google team over bug report”.
- DotRising. “Microsoft spanks Google for publishing bug report”.
- Real Business. “Moonpig.com API chaos shows there is ‘no excuse for organisations not to fix problems’”.
- Computer Weekly. “Moonpig under fire for slow response to security flaw”.
- Softpedia. “Bogus Privacy Notice Aimed at Facebook Makes the Rounds on the Social Network”.
- Metro. “Why sharing that Facebook privacy statement makes no difference at all”.
- Beta News. “Stop posting your own Facebook privacy notices — it’s completely pointless and looks silly”.
- BBC News. “Moonpig suspends app over concerns about customer security”.
- Computer Weekly. “Google under fire over Windows zero-day disclosure”.
- CNet. “Moonpig makes a pig’s ear of security, exposes details of 3.6 million customers”.
- InfoSecurity magazine. “Moonpig Flaw Leaves User Info Exposed for Over a Year”.
- Expert Reviews. “Moonpig flaw exposed customer details for 17 months”.
- PC Magazine. “Mobile Threat Monday: Watch ‘The Interview,’ Get Hacked”.
- V3. “Microsoft Bing and Yahoo search down for hours after ‘bad code’ update”.
- The Inquirer. “Microsoft borks Bing and Yahoo with failed update code”.
- Infosecurity Magazine. “Banking Trojan Hidden in “The Interview” Android app”.
- JBG News. “Malware spreading throuugh Steam chat, beware”.
- TweakTown. “South Korean mobile Internet users face threat of malware when trying to download “The Interview”.
- TV: ITV News. Interview discussing the eBay security breach.
- Radio: BBC Radio 4 “You and Yours”. Discussing the eBay security breach.
- Radio: BBC World Service “Newshour”. Live interview discussing the eBay security breach.
- Radio: BBC Radio 5. Live interview discussing the eBay security breach.
- Radio: BBC Radio Ulster. Live interview discussing the eBay security breach.
- PC Magazine. “TrueCrypt shut down: What to use now to encrypt your data”.
- Computer Weekly. “UK shoe retailer Office hit by data breach”.
- The Register. “TrueCrypt turmoil latest: Bruce Schneier reveals what he’ll use instead”.
- Tom’s Guide. “TrueCrypt Encryption Software Shut Down, May Be Compromised”.
- V3. “TrueCrypt encryption shuts down blaming end of XP support”.
- Infosecurity magazine. “Aussie Apple Fans Awake to Find Hackers Have Locked their Devices”.
- IT Pro. “Windows XP users ordered to ignore security updates hack”.
- Computing. “Outlook Android app’s security called into question by researchers”.
- CRN. “Antivirus Firm Avast Discloses Password Data Breach”.
- SC Magazine. “AV vendor Avast takes forum offline after hack”.
- Epoch Times. “‘Great White Shark Tears [Ripped] Captain Apart in Seconds’ Full Video is a Scam”.
- Daily Mail. “eBay admits it kept massive cyber attack secret because it thought customer data was safe – but will STILL not say how long it knew data of 145m users was compromised”.
- Wired. “EBay Demonstrates How Not to Respond to a Huge Data Breach”.
- Computerworld. “eBay finally prompts users to change passwords after huge data breach”.
- This is Money. “What could eBay hackers do with your data”.
- Parcel2Go. “Security experts criticise eBay over failing to inform customers about cyber-attack”.
- ChannelPro. “Q&A with SLG”.
- Computing. “Ebay under fire over delay in disclosing user-password hack”.
- Daily Telegraph. “eBay hacking: online gangs are after you”.
- Mirror. “eBay cyber attack panic plunges site into near meltdown as users rush to change passwords”.
- eSecurity Planet. “eBay Data Breach Exposes 145 Million User Records”.
- V3. “EBay slammed for password blundering after giant breach”.
- Daily Telegraph. “eBay buckling under password pressure”.
- Daily Telegraph. “eBay’s handling of cyber attack ‘slipshod’”.
- Kansas City Star. “Security breach at eBay reveals how your password is helping the hackers”.
- ABC Online. “eBay suffers catastrophic data breach in hack attack”.
- The Register. “Hackers lay claim to exploit that defeats iPhone anti-theft tools”.
- Daily Mail. “eBay hit by world’s biggest web raid: 128 million told they have to change their passwords NOW after hackers access personal details”.
- Ars Technica. ” eBay buries its own advisory to change passwords following database hack”.
- Phys.org. “Massive breach at eBay, which urges password change”.
- The Register. “eBAY, you keep using that word ‘SECURITY’. We do not think it means what YOU think it means”.
- LifeHacker. “eBay Demonstrates How Not To Handle Being Hacked”.
- South China Morning Post. “Customer passwords, information exposed in eBay hacking attack”.
- Syracuse Post Standard. “eBay suffers cyber attack, urges users to change passwords”.
- Zee News. “eBay recommends password change after cyber attack”.
- International Business Times. “EBay Urges Users to Reset Passwords After Huge Cyberattack”.
- AFP. “After cyberattack, eBay recommends password change”.
- Absolute Gadget. “Ebay warns users to change passwords”.
- Pymnts.com. “LifeLock Pulls mWallet Over Security Concerns”.
- The Register. “LifeLock snaps shut Wallet mobile app over credit card leak fears”.
- Tom’s Guide. “Latest OS X Update Contained iTunes Bug”.
- Tom’s Guide. “Email Malware Masquerades as ‘Important’ Update”.
- Computing. “Mobile security – is MDM the answer?”.
- Mac Observer. “Siri Allows iOS 7.1.1 Lock Screen Bypass to Show All Contacts”.
- ITProPortal. “Apple iPhone lock screen flaw surrenders access to all Contacts”.
- Computer Weekly. “Windows Vista trumps XP in fourth quarter malware infections, report reveals”.
- SC Magazine. “Russia-Ukraine conflict spills over into cyberspace?”.
- Softpedia. “Users Warned of Fake Websites Advertising Free Tickets to Rolling Stones Concerts”.
- TechRadar. “Windows 7 and Vista ‘more at risk’ to viruses than XP, says Microsoft”.
- Daily Telegraph. “Windows Vista and Windows 7 ‘more at risk’ than Windows XP”.
- TopTechNews. “What Bitly breach means for you”.
- eSecurity Planet. “Orange hacked again”.
- SC Magazine. “Confusion reigns after Bitly data breach”.
- The Independent. “‘Windows Vista and Windows 7 more at risk than XP,’ says Microsoft”.
- The Inquirer. “Hackers blag personal information from Orange servers”.
- Kevin Townsend. “Dropbox waits almost six months to fix a flaw that probably took less than a day”.
- ReadWrite. “How Documents Stored On Box And Dropbox Could End Up On Google”.
- Computer Weekly. “Dropbox finally fixes security vulnerability”.
- PC Magazine. “Dropbox Disables Shared Links to Fix Bug”.
- PC Advisor. “Dropbox disables old shared document links to prevent unintended access”.
- SC Magazine. “Hyperlinks flaw in Dropbox and Box documents”.
- Ars Technica. ” Dropbox disables old shared links after tax returns end up on Google”.
- TechWeek Europe. “Dropbox Scrambles To Block Leaks Of Shared Data”.
- IT Pro Portal. “Dropbox moves to patch up shared link leakage”.
- PC World. “Dropbox disables old shared document links to prevent unintended access”.
- Softpedia. ” Dropbox Leaks User Data on Google Through Shared Links”.
- PC Pro. “Dropbox patches link flaw after documents leak”.
- International Business Times. “Dropbox and Box Users Accidentally Leaking Private Files Online”.
- The Register. Hacktivists hijack BNP Twitter account, crayon over leader Griffin’s too.
- The Next Web. “Dropbox patches shared link vulnerability, disables sharing of affected files for ‘a few days’”.
- BBC News. “Warning over unintentional file leak from storage sites”.
- Tech Week Europe. “Target CEO Leaves Following Epic Breach”.
- CRN. “Microsoft gives in and saves XP users from IE bug”.
- Dark Reading. “Privacy, Cybercrime Headline the Infosecurity Europe Conference”.
- Epoch Times. “Rihanna and Drake ‘Tape Leaked Tonight’ Via Chris Brown is a Scam; Shows Facebook has Work to do”.
- Tom’s Guide. “Zero-day exploits: Slipping through cracks you never saw”.
- Tom’s Guide. “Malware as a service: The new black market”.
- Epoch Times. “Rihanna and Drake ‘Tape Leaked Tonight’ Via Chris Brown is a Scam; Shows Facebook has Work to do”.
- Dark Reading. “Snowden NSA Revelations Complicate European Privacy Law Reboot”.
- CBR Online. “More international co-operation needed to combat cybercrime, says FBI chief”.
- Radio: BBC Radio Scotland. Live interview discussing Operation Waking Shark II: UK banks play cyber war games.
- Radio: BBC Radio 5 Live “Wake Up to Money”. Live interview discussing Operation Waking Shark II: UK banks play cyber war games with with Adam Parsons and Mickey Clark. Listen here.
- Softpedia. “Security Expert: Windows XP Users Could Be Sitting on a Time Bomb”.
- Computing. “Boardroom must understand cyber threats to ensure business security, agree experts”.
- The Register. “Google: YouTube fights off HUGE ASCII PHALLUS MENACE”.
- eSecurity Planet. “Evernote Recommends Password Changes Following Adobe Breach”.
- BBC News. “YouTube toughens checks on comments to beat scams”.
- TechCrunch. “YouTube Addresses Massive Spam Problem Following Rollout Of Much-Maligned Google+ Commenting System”.
- The Inquirer. “Youtube pledges to fight spam comments following Google+ integration”.
- International Business Times. “Racing Post User Details Stolen in ‘Aggressive Attack’ on Website”.
- Daily Telegraph. “Adobe admits that alerting users to security leak is ‘taking longer than expected’”.
- BBC News Online. “NSA ‘infected’ 50,000 networks with malware”.
- Softpedia. “Evernote Warns Users Whose Passwords Have Been Exposed in Adobe Breach”.
- Consumerist. “LG Admits Its Smart TVs Collected Info, Promises Fix So Customers Can Actually Opt Out”.
- Computing. “Scottish Health Board meltdown highlights headaches for IT managers”.
- The Register. “LG: You can stop hiding from your scary SPY TELLY quite soon now”.
- Ars Technica. “LG smart TV snooping extends to home networks, second blogger says”.
- International Business Times. “Somebody’s Watching You: LG TVs ‘Spy on Customers’”.
- CNET. “LG ‘looking into’ reports its smart TVs are sharing private data”.
- The Register. “No woman, no drive: Saddo hackers lob Android nasty at Saudi women’s rights campaign”.
- VBulletin. “Is there a vBulletin zero-day out there?”.
- CNET. “GCHQ spies to tackle online child abuse imagery says PM”.
- TechWorld. “Cryptolocker: UK SMEs warned that vicious ransom Trojan is targeting them”.
- Computer Weekly. “UK police warn of malware campaign targeting mainly SMEs”.
- InfoTech. “Adobe Releases Resource to Check If Your Password Has Leaked”.
- Russia Today. “US-Israeli computer super-worm hit Russian nuclear plant”.
- BBC News. “Banks face simulated cyber attack to test security”.
- PC Pro. “Microsoft already patching ‘diskless’ malware attack”.
- PC Magazine. “New IE Zero-Day Used in Watering Hole Attack Targets Memory”.
- TechWeekEurope. “Stuxnet Infected Russian Nuclear Plant, International Space Station, Claims Kaspersky”.
- The Inquirer. “Kaspersky claims Stuxnet infected a Russian nuclear plant”.
- Computer Weekly. “FireEye security researchers unearth two IE zero-days”.
- PC Pro. “Microsoft, Facebook team up on bug bounties”.
- Information Week. “Windows XP Security Apocalypse: Prepare To Be Pwned”.
- Softpedia. “Expert: Browsing the Web with Windows XP After End-of-Support Will Affect All of Us”.
- The Guardian. “Did your Adobe password leak? Now you and 150m others can check”.
- Huffington Post. “9 Facebook Lies You Should Never Share With Your Friends”.
- Computer Weekly. “Microsoft warns of security flaw in key software products”.
- InfoSecurity Magazine. “Bit9 Suggests Server Security Should not Rely on Anti-Malware”.
- PC Pro. “Google puts a stop to Chrome password snooping”.
- Tom’s Guide. “Without Mavericks, Mac Users May Lose Security Updates”.
- ITProPortal. “”If privacy is important to you, don’t trust tech companies”: An audience with security expert SLG”.
- The Register. “That time when an NSA bloke’s son borked the ENTIRE INTERNET…”.
- TV: BBC One News. Interview discussing the creation of the NCA’s National Cyber Crime Unit.
- Softpedia. “Browsers Should Tell Windows XP Users to Upgrade, Security Expert Says”.
- US Finance Post. “Security concerns drag LinkedIn lower”.
- Silicon Angle. “DARPA is looking to build hacker-proof future with self-healing software”.
- PC Pro. “Firefox, Opera to support XP despite Microsoft cut off Read more: Firefox, Opera to support XP despite Microsoft cut off”.
- Softpedia. “Buffer Hack: Amy Winehouse Tells Users on Facebook She Lost 8 Pounds”.
- Business Insider. “LinkedIn’s Intro App: Don’t Even Think About It”.
- VentureBeat. “Security researchers have every right to be paranoid about LinkedIn Intro (but don’t blame LinkedIn)”.
- The Guardian. “LinkedIn hits back at claims of Intro email service’s security risks”.
- Softpedia. “Experts Warn Users About LinkedIn’s Intro, Company Says Product Is Secure”.
- Information Week. “LinkedIn Defends ‘Intro’ Email Security”.
- VentureBeat. “LinkedIn’s new Intro app is a nightmare for email security and privacy, say researchers”.
- WebProNews. “Does LinkedIn Intro Give You ‘Shivers’ Or B2B Email Optimism?”.
- Computer Weekly. “Official PHP website confirms server compromise”.
- Dark Reading. “Researchers Flag Security Flaws In New LinkedIn Offering”.
- Wall Street Journal. “LinkedIn On Defensive About Security of ‘Intro’”.
- Infosecurity Magazine. “UN Nuclear Agency Computers Infected with Malware”.
- The Register. “DARPA slaps $2m on the bar for the ULTIMATE security bug KILLER”.
- Huffington Post. “Beheadings Belong On Facebook”.
- Metro. “WhatsApp gaffe ‘brings users back from grave’”.
- International Business Times. “David Cameron Brands Facebook Policy on Beheading Video Irresponsible”.
- CNet. “Google criticised by experts over fake BBM apps”.
- TechEye. “Microsoft messes up Windows RT 8.1 update”.
- TechWeb. “NSA Harvests Personal Contact Lists, Too”.
- The Inquirer. “Yahoo will turn on SSL email by default”.
- WebPro News. “Yahoo Mail Gets ‘Very Serious’ About Security”.
- Tom’s Guide. “Facebook Kills Privacy Option to Hide Your Profile from Strangers”.
- TechWeekEurope. “Google User Recommendations To Appear In Adverts”.
- The Independent. “Hacked off: What happened when the Syrian Electronic Army attempted a cyber attack on The Independent?”.
- International Business Times. “Pro-Palestinian Hackers Hijack Metasploit Website by Sending Fax”.
- The Register. “Moscow cops cuff suspect in Blackhole crimeware bust”.
- Computer Weekly. “Blackhole and Cool exploit kit suspect arrested”.
- Fudzilla. “Microsoft not slipping on security”.
- Ping! Zine. “Suspected Creator of Blackhole Malware Arrested in Russia”.
- Russia Today. “Blackhole malware kingpin ‘Paunch’ arrested in Russia”.
- BBC News Online. “Blackhole malware exploit kit suspect arrested”.
- InfoSecurity Magazine. “NIST, Cyberdefense is Shut Down in the Shutdown”.
- CIO Magazine. “Hackers move to create next Blackhole after ‘Paunch’ arrest”.
- Fox News. “Security compromised at security companies — during Cyber Security Month”.
- The Guardian. “WhatsApp, AVG and Avira attacked by pro-Palestinian Anonymous hackers”.
- The Register. “AVG, Avira and WhatsApp pwned by hacktivists’ DNS hijack”.
- International Business Times. “WhatsApp, AVG and Alexa Hacked by Pro-Palestinian Kdms Team Hackers”.
- Beta News. “AVG and Avira websites taken over by pro-Palestinian hackers”.
- Softpedia. “AVG Website Apparently Hacked by Palestinian Group”.
- TechWeekEurope. “WhatsApp Users ‘Should Not Trust Broken Encryption’”.
- WebProNews. “Apparently Microsoft Recycles Email Addresses Too”.
- Out-law. “Adobe investigating source code theft and data breach affecting nearly three million customers”.
- TechWeb. “Adobe Customer Security Compromised: 7 Facts”.
- Daily Telegraph. “Adobe cyber attacks expose 2.9m customers’ details”.
- WebProNews. “Yahoo Responds To ‘T-Shirt-Gate,’ Decides To Actually Reward Security Researchers”.
- The Next Web. “Yahoo reveals a new vulnerability reporting policy with rewards of up to $15,000”.
- Mashable. “Yahoo Offers $25 Voucher to Researcher Who Uncovered Serious Bug”.
- Tom’s Guide. “Yahoo Rewards Security Flaw Finders with Pocket Change”.
- WebProNews. “Solving Yahoo Security Issues Could Get You A Few Pairs Of Socks (With Yahoo’s Old Logo)”.
- TechWeek Europe. “Yahoo Slammed Over $12.50 Bug Bounty”.
- PC Pro. “What’s a security flaw worth? $12.50 for Yahoo.
- The Guardian. “Siri flaw leaves Apple playing ‘whack-a-mole’ with iOS 7 security bugs”.
- IT Pro Portal. “PayPal users fall victim to phishing attack”.
- Softpedia. ” If Emulators Can Sneak in the App Store, So Can Malware, Says Security Researcher”.
- IT News. “Yahoo pays out $12.50 bug bounty”.
- TV: BBC 6 O’Clock News. Interview discussing the Barclays bank cyber-heist.
- TV: BBC One News. Interview discussing the Barclays bank cyber-heist.
- TV: BBC One News. Interview discussing the attempted hacking attack against Santander bank.
- Radio: BBC Radio 2 Live interview discussing the Barclays bank cyber-heist.
- Radio: BBC Radio Sheffield Live interview discussing the Barclays bank cyber-heist.
- Radio: BBC Radio Lancashire Live interview discussing the Barclays bank cyber-heist.
- Radio: BBC Radio Northampton Live interview discussing the Barclays bank cyber-heist.
- Radio: BBC Radio WM Live interview discussing the Barclays bank cyber-heist with Paul Frank.
- Radio: BBC Radio Wales Live interview discussing the Barclays bank cyber-heist.
- Radio: BBC Radio 5 Live Live interview discussing the Barclays bank cyber-heist with Shelagh Fogarty.
- Radio: BBC Radio 5 Live “5 Live Drive”. Live interview discussing the attempted hacking attack against Santander bank with Caroline Barker and Chris Warburton.
- Radio: ORF (“Austrian Broadcasting”). Live interview discussing NSA and GCHQ unlocking privacy and security on the internet.
- Radio: BBC Radio 4 “Today”. Live interview discussing NSA and GCHQ unlocking privacy and security on the internet with John Humphreys.
- Forbes. “Another New iPhone Security Flaw Offers A Reminder: Turn Off Siri On Your Lockscreen”.
- The Register. “Sweet-talking Siri opens stalking security hole in iOS 7”.
- WebProNews. “Security Vet: Yahoo’s Email ‘Scheme’ Was ‘Downright Reckless’”.
- The Guardian. “Identity theft fears as a faulty laptop is resold on eBay”.
- TechWeek Europe. “Apple Updates iOS 7 To Fix Passcode Bypass”.
- IT Business Edge. “Popular iPhone Mailbox App Security Flaw Fixed”.
- Web Pro News. “Is Yahoo Doing Enough To Protect Sensitive Emails?”.
- International Business Times. “Android iMessage App Steals Apple Password and Routes Messages Through China”.
- TechWorld. “Barclays bank KVM attack plotted by UK cybercrime’s ‘Mr Big’, claim police”.
- ComputerWorld. “In another blow, Blackberry suspends Messenger rollout for iPhone, Android”.
- Daily Telegraph. “BlackBerry forced to halt rollout of BBM for Android and iOS”.
- Daily Telegraph. “iPhone 5S fingerprint sensor ‘hacked’ within days of launch”.
- International Business Times. “iPhone 5s Fingerprint Security Bypassed by German Computer Club”.
- Softpedia. “CCC Used Decade-Old Method to Hack Apple’s Touch ID”.
- Huffington Post. “Barclays Bank Cyber Theft: 8 Arrested For Allegedly Hacking Computer System, Stealing $2 Million”.
- The Mirror. “Suspected ‘Mr Big of UK cyber crime’ questioned by police after £1.3m high-tech Barclays heist”.
- Mac User. “iOS 7 security flaw allows lock screen to be bypassed”.
- Mashable. “Syrian Electronic Army Denies Creating New Mac Malware”.
- Irish Independent. “Eight arrested over £1.3 million theft by gang who took control of bank’s computer system”.
- MSN UK. “The £10 gadget being used to rob Britain’s banks”.
- Associated Press. “8 arrested in cyber theft from Barclays Bank”.
- The Telegraph. “Cyber thieves arrested over $2.2 million Barclays Bank heist”.
- Daily Mail. “Gang of eight arrested over £1.3million Barclays computer hijack plot in carbon copy of Santander scam”.
- The Guardian. “Apple says it’s working on fix for iOS 7 lockscreen bypass flaw”.
- Information Age. “Crooks stole £1.3m from Barclays with remote access device – Met”.
- The Guardian. “Boot up: Mac malware!, Google v ageing, Lavabit v email, and more”.
- TechWeek Europe. “Community Bounty To Hack iPhone 5S Touch ID Hits Thousands”.
- PC Pro. “Microsoft issues emergency fix after zero-day IE attacks”.
- IT News. “Microsoft releases temporary fix for zero-day browser bug”.
- PC Authority. “Microsoft reissues security fixes – again”.
- SC Magazine. “Microsoft reissues Patch Tuesday fixes to address install glitches”.
- Money News. “Security Expert Needed Only 10 Minutes to Hack Nasdaq”.
- InfoSecurity Magazine. “Tibet-focused Malware Learns New Tricks”.
- PC Pro. “Microsoft reissues security fixes for second month in a row”.
- Softpedia. “NASDAQ Website Vulnerable to XSS Attacks, Expert Says”.
- Daily Mail. “Four in court over plot to steal millions from Santander bank using screen-grabbing gadget”.
- Information Age. “Met police foil “cyber” heist on Santander Bank”.
- Computer Weekly. “Police foil bespoke cyber theft at Santander”.
- Daily Mail. “Hacker gang used tiny screen-grabbing ‘bug’ installed by bogus repairman in audacious cyber-heist plot to steal millions from Santander bank”.
- Mashable. “New Mac Malware Could Spy On Your Computer”.
- CNN. “How secure is your iPhone 5S fingerprint?”.
- The Inquirer. “Marissa Mayer does not lock her iPhone with a passcode”.
- InfoSecurity Magazine. “New Version of WordPress Fixes Three Vulnerabilities”.
- Huffington Post. “Fingerprints Could Be Solution For Half of iPhone Owners Who Don’t Lock Their Phones”.
- CRN. “Vodafone Germany Breach Impacts Millions”.
- V3. “Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer incurs wrath of white hats for iPhone 5S passcode dismissal”.
- The Register. “iPhone 5S: Fanbois, your prints are safe from the NSA, claim infosec bods”.
- AFP. “Experts hail new iPhone fingerprint security”.
- TechWeb. “iPhone 5S Fingerprint Scanner: 9 Security Facts”.
- IT Pro. “iPhone 5S: Can biometrics unlock Apple’s enterprise appeal?”.
- The Security Ledger. “iPhone’s Touch ID Gives A Big Boost To Biometrics”.
- International Business Times. “iPhone 5S Fingerprint Reader: A ‘Game Changer’ but Still Hackable Say Security Experts”.
- The Mirror. “iPhone 5S and 5C: The top 10 virals”.
- BBC News. “Samsung beefs up Knox malware protection with Lookout”.
- Information Week. “Google Preps Fix For iOS Authenticator Wipe”.
- Tom’s Guide. “Why Security Is Often an Afterthought on Video Game Websites”.
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