Oct 2nd 2014
Tech News 2Night 185
Unpatchable USB Malware Released
Hosted by Sarah Lane
JP Morgan breach affects 76 million households.
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Host: Sarah Lane An unpatchable USB malware is on the loose, JPMorgan says 76 million households are affected by their security breach, Cyanogen turns down $1Billion Google acquisition, celebrities threaten Google with lawsuit over hacked nude photos, Facebook's new guidelines for experimenting on users, Apple releases tool for checking Activation Lock status, and new iOS keyboards that make crazy sounds. Guest: Iain Thomson Check out our transcripts. Bandwidth for Tech News Tonight is provided by Cachefly. Running time: 15:43
- JPMorgan Says Data Breach Affected 76 Million Households
- Cyanogen Spurns Google Acquisition Interest, Seeks $1 Billion Valuation
- Celebrities Threaten Google With $100 Million Lawsuit for "Facilitating" Hacked Nude Photos- wait? why not sue Apple?
- Facebook Announces Stricter Guidelines For Research And Experiments On Its Users
- Apple releases tool to check the Activation Lock status of iOS devices
- ComputerCOP: The Dubious 'Internet Safety Software' That Hundreds of Police Agencies Have Distributed to Families
- The Unpatchable Malware That Infects USBs Is Now on the Loose
- Finally, there's an iOS keyboard that sounds like Jack Nicholson