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ICYMI: 1Tb DDoS attack, Krebs dropped, Pippa Middleton, Yahoo!

ICYMI: 1Tb DDoS attack, Krebs dropped, Pippa Middleton, Yahoo!

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In case you missed it this week, our most popular stories included the news of biggest ever DDoS attack, Krebs dropped over other massive DDoS and future queen's younger sister hacked.

Pippa Middleton's iCloud account hacked

Pippa Middleton's iCloud account hacked

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A man who allegedly hacked into the iCloud account of Pippa Middleton, sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, has been arrested.

ICYMI: US team 0days iCloud photos; SC Awards Finalists; Amex breach; Biometrics weak for banking

ICYMI: US team 0days iCloud photos; SC Awards Finalists; Amex breach; Biometrics weak for banking

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This week, biometrics isn't quite up to scratch for banking, Amex breached and SC Magazine UK released its finalists for the upcoming 2016 awards.

US team find 0-day to hack Apple iCloud photo, Adele and Harry Styles among victims

US team find 0-day to hack Apple iCloud photo, Adele and Harry Styles among victims

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Researchers at John Hopkins University have discovered a 0-day bug in Apple's encryption that allowed them to hack an iCloud photo being sent via the secure iMessage system.

iCloud account hijacking can be used to simulate ransomware attack

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Having your iCloud account hijacked may be as bad, if not worse, than a ransomware attack because hackers can use Apple's Find My Mac security feature to remotely lock out a device's owner and demand payment to unlock it.

Phishing scheme mimics iCloud to activate stolen iPhones

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Researchers at Malwarebytes have spotted thieves using a phishing scheme to unlock stolen iPhones.

iCloud's two-factor authentication silver lining

iCloud's two-factor authentication silver lining

Last August, a trove of private images leaked online following a series of targeted brute force attacks against celebrity accounts in iCloud, says Silvio Kutic.

Breaches get UK consumers thinking about online security

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A new study has found that almost half (47 percent) of UK consumers are taking a greater interest in being safe online.

ICYMI: Lizard Squad arrest, yearly predictions and new iCloud flaw

ICYMI: Lizard Squad arrest, yearly predictions and new iCloud flaw

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This week's In Case You Missed It looks at the five most popular articles on SC, including news on Lizard Squad and old security predictions.

iCloud hole closed following brute force attack

iCloud hole closed following brute force attack

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A hole in iCloud's security allowed attackers to access any iCloud account via a brute force attack that side-stepped blocks - but it is now reported to have been patched.

ICYMI: Internet of Things bugs, Apple woes in China and the CISO shelf-life

ICYMI: Internet of Things bugs, Apple woes in China and the CISO shelf-life

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This week's In Case You Missed It column looks at the Internet of Things, Apple's troubles in China and a strongly worded goodbye note by the outgoing head of GCHQ.

More celebrity pictures revealed: Apple and FBI investigating

More celebrity pictures revealed: Apple and FBI investigating

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Celebgate 2: a depressing weekend for some celebrities as more hacked pictures leaked from iCloud.

Cloud computing hit by 'Celebgate'

Cloud computing hit by 'Celebgate'

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Enterprises are questioning their cloud strategy after Apple's iCloud service was implicated in the leak of nude celebrity photos. But should one bad Apple spoil the bunch?

'Celebgate' hackers plotted more thefts via Android Flappy Bird clone

'Celebgate' hackers plotted more thefts via Android Flappy Bird clone

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Researcher finds more attempts to steal private photos, while Symantec spots a botnet campaign to steal Apple account data.

 iCloud hack reviewed

iCloud hack reviewed

As Apple's reputation is battered, experts explain how to keep your cloud data securely

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