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open Summoners of web tsunamis have moved to layer 7, says Cloudflare 5
open Victoria's educational apps-for-students let creeps contact kids 1
open Microsoft, Google: We've found a fourth data-leaking Meltdown-Spectre CPU hole 39
open Penetration tester pokes six holes in Dell EMC's RecoverPoint products 2
open High-end router flinger DrayTek admits to zero day in bunch of Vigor kit 22
open Greenwich uni fined £120k: Hole in computing school site leaked 20k people's data 13
By IceC0ld
open Signal bugs, car hack antics, the Adobe flaw you may have missed, and much more 17
By JohnFen
open LocationDumb: Phone tracker foul-up exposes world+dog to tracking 15
By phuzz
open Biometrics: Better than your mother's maiden name. Good luck changing your body if your info is stolen 29
open Blighty's super-duper F-35B fighter jets are due to arrive in a few weeks 114
open Russian malware harvesting Telegram Desktop creds, chats 10
open Oh, great, now there's a SECOND remote Rowhammer exploit 19
open DOJ convicts second bloke for helping malware go undetected 17
By Aodhhan
open Running Cisco DNA Center? Update right now to get rid of the static admin credential 5
open Lawyers for Marcus Hutchins: His 'I made malware' jail phone call isn't proper evidence 78
open Mining apps? We're cool so long as they admit to it, says Canonical 13
By GIRZiM
open UPnP joins the 'just turn it off on consumer devices, already' club 70
open Red Hat admin? Get off Twitter and patch this DHCP client bug 18
open Ex-CIA man fingered as prime suspect in Vault 7 spy tool manuals leak 15
open Julian Assange said to have racked up $5m security bill for Ecuador 128
open Kaspersky Lab's move from Russia to Switzerland fails to save it from Dutch oven 39
By WmK
open Zero arrests, 2 correct matches, no criminals: London cops' facial recog tech slammed 121
open Wanna break Microsoft's Edge browser? Google's explained how 35
open How could the Facebook data slurping scandal get worse? Glad you asked 72
By onefang
open S/MIME artists: EFAIL email app flaws menace PGP-encrypted chats 44
open How many ways can a PDF mess up your PC? 47 in this Adobe update alone 49
By Hans 1
open Britain to slash F-35 orders? Erm, no, scoffs Lockheed UK boss 84
open Navy names new attack sub HMS Agincourt 137
open Wah, encryption makes policing hard, cries UK's National Crime Agency 106
open PGP and S/MIME decryptors can leak plaintext from emails, says infosec professor 37
By hayzoos
open Family Planning office warns customers private parts may be exposed 17
open Ubuntu sends crypto-mining apps out of its store and into a tomb 29
By JulieM
open Have you updated your Electron app? We hope so. There was a bad code-injection bug in it 8
open Rowhammer strikes networks, Bolton strikes security jobs, and Nigel Thornberry strikes Chrome, and more 12
open Hacking train Wi-Fi may expose passenger data and control systems 62
open Shining lasers at planes in the UK could now get you up to 5 years in jail 92
By leexgx
open New law would stop Feds from demanding encryption backdoor 25
open Bombshell discovery: When it comes to passwords, the smarter students have it figured 48
By jvroig
open Brit govt told to do its homework ahead of talks over post-Brexit spy laws and data flows 33
By GIRZiM
open IBM bans all removable storage, for all staff, everywhere 203
open Every major OS maker misread Intel's docs. Now their kernels can be hijacked or crashed 138
open Second wave of Spectre-like CPU security flaws won't be fixed for a while 19
By fobobob
open Mirai botnet cost you $13.50 per infected thing, say boffins 4
open It's 2018, and a webpage can still pwn your Windows PC – and apps can escape Hyper-V 42
open Red Hat smitten by secure enclaves 'cos some sysadmins are evil 6
open Equifax reveals full horror of that monstrous cyber-heist of its servers 79
By rmstock
open Android P to improve users' network privacy 11
open Hacking charge dropped against Nova Scotia teen who slurped public records from the web 62
open NSA sought data on 534 MILLION phone calls in 2017 22
By GnuTzu
open Password re-use is dangerous, right? So what about stopping it with password-sharing? 113
By GIRZiM

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