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open Thank you, your DNA data will help secure your… oh dear, we've lost that too 76
By Kiwi
open There's NordVPN odd about this, right? Infosec types concerned over strange app traffic 96
By Alien8n
open Zuck it up: Facebook hit with triple whammy of legal probes, action in Canada, US, Ireland 57
By eldakka
open NSA: That ginormous effort to slurp up Americans' phone records that Snowden exposed? Ehhh, we don't need that no more 48
open Microsoft: Yo dawg, we heard you liked Windows password expiry policies. So we expired your expiry policy 96
open It's your what in a box? Here's a thing to make your bosses think about malware responses 25
open FYI: Yeah, the cops can force your finger onto a suspect's iPhone to see if it unlocks, says judge 136
open Sophos antivirus tools. Working Windows box. Latest Patch Tuesday fixes. Pick two: 'Puters knackered by bad combo 66
By ds6
open 'We're not omnipotent,' trills National Cyber Security Centre in open-armed pitch to UK biz 15
open Brit spy chief: We need trust or we won't have a 'licence to operate in cyberspace' 54
By Roopee
open Like that other bloke who rose from the grave, the El Reg security desk is back this week... 15
open Wannacry-slayer Marcus Hutchins pleads guilty to two counts of banking malware creation 77
open Defense against the Darknet, or how to accessorize to defeat video surveillance 155
open Not one of the 12 steps: Rehab patients' details exposed in publicly visible database 14
open Old-school cruel: Dodgy PDF email attachments enjoying a renaissance 30
By BexD
open We've read the Mueller report. Here's what you need to know: ██ ██ ███ ███████ █████ ███ ██ █████ ████████ █████ 193
open Who's using Mueller Report Day to bury bad news? If you guessed Facebook, you're right: Millions more passwords stored in plaintext 46
By Tree
open Facebook: Yeah, we hoovered up 1.5 million email address books without permission. But it was an accident! 104
open Google hits brand slam stamping AMP with more crypto glam 10
open Insane in the domain: Sea Turtle hackers pwn DNS orgs to dash web surfers on the rocks of phishing pages 15
open Enough about me, why do you hate Kaspersky so much? Revealed: Insp Clouseau-esque bid to smear critics as shills 27
By Wim Ton
open Cyber-sec biz Fortinet coughs up $545,000 after 'flogging' rebadged Chinese kit to Uncle Sam – but why so low? We may be able to explain 8
open Oracle splats 300 vulns in MySQL, Database, Fusion, etc, pours fresh brew of Java SE terms 22
open The curious case of Spamhaus, a port scanning scandal, and an apparent U-turn 97
open Kaspersky updates its cybercrook look book: Smashing Office is hot, browser vulns are not 15
open Hackers bragged that pretty vanilla breach included FBI watchlist? Well, colour us shocked 18
By ds6
open Indian outsourcing giant Wipro confirms flushing phishers from systems 15
open What's long, hard, and full of seamen? The US Navy's latest cybersecurity war gaming classes 10
open Just a little FYI: Filtering doodad in Adblock Plus opens door to third-party malware injection 12
open Brit Watchkeeper drone fell in the sea because blocked sensor made algorithms flip out 120
open IE under fire, Triton goes under the microscope, and Norsk Hydro reeling from ransomware attack 18
open US-Cert alert! Thanks to a massive bug, VPN now stands for 'Vigorously Pwned Nodes' 25
open Bucharest's Bayrob boys blasted based on bogus buys, Bitcoin banditry, bound to be behind bars 3
open US: We'll pull security co-operation if you lot buy from Huawei 67
By Aodhhan
open Bug-hunters punch huge holes in WPA3 standard for Wi-Fi security 24
open Client-attorney privilege? Not when you're accused of leaking Vault 7 CIA code 21
By Aodhhan
open Juniper slips out update after hardcoded credentials left in switches 8
open As Alexa's secret human army is revealed, we ask: Who else has been listening in on you? 77
open Uncle Sam charges Julian Assange with conspiracy to commit computer intrusion 188
By ds6
open Patch blues-day: Microsoft yanks code after some PCs are rendered super secure (and unbootable) following update 48
open As you wrap up this month's patch installs, don't forget these Intel fixes 6
open Lazarus Group rises again from the digital grave with Hoplight malware for all 13
open Taj Mahal and SneakyPastes: Kaspersky reveals pair of attacks menacing Asia, Middle East 1
open King's College London internal memo cops to account 'compromise' as uni resets passwords 39
By Tom -1
open Shock revelation as massive American presidential election hack confirmed 20
open It's raining patches, Hallelujah! Microsoft and Adobe put out their latest major fixes 23
By rmstock
open Yahoo! tries! again! with! 3 billion! email! account! theft! payout! 14
open Brit hacker jailed for strapping ransomware to smut site ad networks 24
By JJKing
open FBI catches heat, HS kids catch a hacking rap, and Albany catches a ransomware infection 11
By GnuTzu
open Scare-bnb: Family finds creeper cams hidden in their weekend rental by scanning Wi-Fi 100

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