Get yourself up to date with everything we’ve written in the last seven days – it’s weekly roundup time.
Three people have been fingered for the recent Twitter hack in which 45 high-profle accounts were taken over.
US travel company CWT has reportedly coughed up $4.5m to ransomware crooks who stole data and scrambled files.
We explain the “BootHole” vulnerablity – as usual, in plain English and without hype. Find if you’re affected and what to do.
We know it’s an old drum, but we’re not tired of beating it yet: 2FA is your friend.
It’s a Blue Moon month for Firefox – the second full update in July!
Ransomware crooks keep adjusting their approach to make their demands more compelling, even against companies that say they’d never pay up.
Responsible disclosure means the bugs are already fixed – but don’t forget to check that you applied the patch.
If a crook is already inside your email, occasionally adding in believable emails of their own… how on earth do you spot the fake ones?
Just how private is your Virtual Private Network?