The top stories from this week consist of a story on how a new zero-day flaw hits millions of Linux servers and Android devices, and how FBI has named hacker allegedly responsible for The Fappening Leaks.
You can also read a story about how selfie-posting power grid workers are inadvertently exposing critical information, and on the same subject you’ll find a story on how it’s still far too common for people to use terrible passwords.
Top 5 Security links
New zero-day flaw hits millions of Linux servers, also affects most Android devices
FBI Has Named Hacker allegedly responsible for The Fappening Leaks
Critical iOS Flaw allowed Hackers to Steal Cookies from Devices
Creator of MegalodonHTTP DDoS Botnet Arrested
Critical OpenSSH Flaw Leaks Private Crypto Keys to Hackers
Top 5 Business Intelligence links
You Wouldn’t Believe that Too Many People Still Use Terrible Passwords
Selfie-posting power grid workers are inadvertently exposing critical information
Now California state wants to ban sale of encrypted smartphones
European human rights court rules mass surveillance illegal
Survey shows many businesses aren’t encrypting private employee data