Criminals are caught in a encrypted chat trap, should you trust Apple’s repair team with your sexy snaps, and do you think the FBI should be able to tell who has been reading the USA Today website?
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” podcast by computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by The Cyberwire’s Dave Bittner.
And don’t miss our featured interview with Dr Simon Wiseman, the CTO of Deep Secure.
Dave Bittner – @bittner
- AFP-led Operation Ironside smashes organised crime — Australian Federal Police.
- AN0M: Hundreds arrested in massive global crime sting using messaging app — BBC News.
- Fake encrypted app cooked up over beers by Aussie cops and the FBI leads to global sting — Daily Mail.
- FBI Effort to Expose 'USA Today' Readers Was Likely Unlawful, Experts Say — Gizmodo.
- Sunrise, Florida, shooting: 2 FBI agents killed in shootout identified — USA Today.
- Apple paid woman millions after technicians used her iPhone to post explicit videos — The Guardian.
- Get your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch ready for service — Apple Support.
- The Three Investigators.
- Mini Motorways.
- Mini Motorways gameplay video — YouTube.
- Mini Metro — A strategy simulation game about designing a subway map for a growing city.
- Love Death & Robots review – prestige TV with added sexbots — The Guardian.
- Netflix’s Love, Death & Robots Volume 2 Ranked Best to Worst — Vulture.
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