Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#173 Gmail to warn you if your friends aren’t using secure email
The alterations are fairly subtle: when you receive a message from, or are on the brink of sending a message to, someone using a service that doesn’t support encryption, you’ll see a broken lock in the top-right of the screen. Clicking on the icon will bring up a pop-up alert with an explanation and a warning to perhaps consider removing the offending recipient.
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#176 Internet of Things (IoT) to be used as spy tool by governments
#175 Cyber-thieves steal Pin codes from US Revenue
#174 Google alpha-tests cloud events feature
#173 Gmail to warn you if your friends aren’t using secure email
#172 Amazon's new cloud engine has a zombie apocalypse clause
#171 Loki - Simple Indicators of Compromise Scanner (IOC)
#170 Hearthstone add-ons, cheating tools come with data-stealing malware
#169 Poseidon: a targeted attack boutique specializing in global cyber-espionage
#168 Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for February 2016
#167 How satellites could soon play a bigger role in broadband
#166 Xero partners with Microsoft to enable big data collection
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