Google loses its domain in Argentina, how do gripe sites make their dough, and has John Deere solved the cybersecurity problem?
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Theme tune: “Vinyl Memories” by Mikael Manvelyan.
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Special Guest: Mark Stockley.
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- Smashing Security Christmas LIVE STREAM — Including Mark Stockley and his chickens.
- How a WhatsApp status loophole is aiding cyberstalkers — Traced.
- Google Argentina’s domain name bought by man for £2 — BBC News.
- Hacker breaks into Google Palestine homepage in protest of Maps depiction — Firstpost.
- Google Security Rewards – 2015 Year in Review — Google Online Security Blog.
- Microsoft forgets to renew hotmail.co.uk domain — The Register.
- 184 Years In: Ag Giant John Deere Awaits Its First Software Vulnerability — Forbes.
- Bugs Allowed Hackers to Dox John Deere Tractor Owners — Vice.
- The Wurzels sing “Combine Harvester” — YouTube.
- The Slander Industry — The New York Times.
- A Vast Web of Vengeance — The New York Times.
- Remove content about me on sites with exploitative removal practices from Google — Google Search Help.
- Online demo of MicroMacro – Crime City.
- MicroMacro – Crime City.
- They Hacked McDonald’s Ice Cream Machines—and Started a Cold War — Wired.
- Overheard In New York.
- Smashing Security merchandise (t-shirts, mugs, stickers and stuff)