A Turkish newspaper claims that audio files of journalist’s death were recorded on his Apple Watch. Such a claim, if true, would be rather convenient for the intelligence services in Turkey – who might not want to reveal their methods.
Access to popular social media sites such as Twitter and YouTube has been shut down in Turkey, following a court ruling today. Sounds to me like a lot of Turkish people might want to get themselves a VPN…
Read more in my article on the We Live Security blog.
Not everyone is a fan of Facebook’s Timeline feature. And that’s a fact of which spammers and scammers are happy to take advantage.
Think before you install a browser plugin to hide your Facebook Timeline.
Turkish hackers deface AnonPlus’s webpage with an image of a dog wearing a suit, mocking the more normal Anonymous logo.
Turkish police are reported to have detained 32 people in connection with Anonymous internet attacks on government websites.