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Teaching cybersecurity skills to special needs children with Alana Robinson: Lock and Code S02E18 - On Lock and Code this week, we speak with special education teacher Alana Robinson about cybersecurity lessons for special needs children.
Beware! Uber scam lures victims with alert from a real Uber number - A scammer is trying to trick Uber users into giving up their credit card details under the guise of a security alert SMS from a spoofed number.
New Mac malware masquerades as iTerm2, Remote Desktop and other apps - Beware Mac malware passing itself off as the popular power-user tool iTerm2, as well as Microsoft Remote Desktop, SecureCRT, and Navicat Premium.
What are computer cookies? - What are cookies, are they good or bad, how do they work, and why are some browsers banning third-party cookies?
Macs turn on apps signed by Symantec, treat them as malware - Apple has called time on dodgy Symantec certificates, causing software like Citrix's ReceiverHelper to be identified as malware.
T-Mobile customers, change your PINs - We take a look at a confirmed T-Mobile breach, and explain why customers are being asked to change their PINs.
A week in security (August 9 – August 15) - A round-up of the most interesting blog posts and security news happenings for the week of August 9 - August 15
Twitter says it out loud: Removing anonymity will not stop online abuse - Twitter revealed that ID verification on its site would not have prevented recent, racist tweets directed at England's football players.
If a QR code leads you to a Bitcoin ATM at a gas station, it’s a scam - We look at a small flourishing of QR code scams, and cast an eye over some of the most interesting QR-related attacks of 2021.

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