Russian authorities have broken up a crime ring involving a hacker and willing gas-station employees who have used malicious software to cheat customers of gas.
The New Zealand home of the colossal squid exhibit is behind renovated.
As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered.
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Interesting research: "Long-term market implications of data breaches, not," by Russell Lange and Eric W. Burger.
SophosLabs has published a technical report digging into the details of a not-so-super "Super Antivirus" charade on Google Play.
There's something alarming about the world’s one billion regular Gmail users – barely any have turned on two-step verification.
Personal details of adult virtual reality game SinVR customers were accidentally exposed for two weeks, while security researchers tried to get the company's attention
Sending an application letter to your prospective employer is a good idea, an extortion letter, not so much
Can the person squashed up against you on the train read your credit card without you realising? If so, what can you do about it?
... and nobody bothered to vet the photo taken of that sticky note and distributed by AP.
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