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Would the last security guru to leave Facebook please turn out the lights?

Veteran (in the nicest possible way) security commentator Graham Cluley is no longer maintaining his Facebook page, saying: ‘For years I’ve been uncomfortable with Facebook, and called them out for their exploitation of a userbase which is mostly unaware of how their personal information is being exploited … Quitting Facebook is hard enough for many people, I don’t want to give anybody another reason to stay.’ In his article  137 more words

Graham Cluley

Social media and privacy

Graham Cluley

Android antics and MacOS malware

An article by Denise Giusto Bilic for ESET: Tricks that cybercriminals use to hide in your phone (Very Android-oriented, not surprisingly…)

And a couple of links borrowed from AVIEN’s resource page  48 more words

Android

[Updated] Record Breaking DDoS Attack Hits GitHub


The GitHub attack happened four days ago and we now have a new record for this DDoS attack using the Memcached attack vector. Bleeping Computer have reported… 472 more words

Information Security

Google: defending against Android malware

Google waxes optimistic on its Android Developers Blog: How we fought bad apps and malicious developers in 2017. Andrew Ahn says:

We’ve also developed new detection models and techniques that can identify repeat offenders and abusive developer networks at scale. 248 more words

Android