Let's keep this little matter private, eh, says Uncle Sam
Meanwhile, new FAA committee to develop cybersecurity protections
Password wrangler says nothing will change as users grumble over $125m deal
Cooperation – what a concept
Cupertino claims it is working with the developers to get the apps back in the App Store
No visible attacks yet, but bet your creative tendencies there will be
Redmond pays $25k to hacker who spotted flaw allowing anyone to own your email
Plans to retire cipher in 2017 may need to be brought forward
Any hacker capable of sinking a tinnie of Fosters will be trying to crack it as you read
Exec's IP address used to eyeball leaked security key, but not the addy used to snatch info
Anyone ever heard of encryption?
IP EXPO 2015 And no, I can't beat the NSA or GCHQ for you
Nabbed in operation targeting 'low-skilled' crooks
Tin foil VXer wraps new Trojan in cloak and evasion tricks
Backwards-compatible feature used for old cash registers
70% of sites trying to hide true IP address cough their secrets
Just how much can the app access?
Hack in the Box Hard-coded creds, flaws galore, plague pricey peepers
Iran-based 'Cleaver' team hacking its way through networks, airport security
Kernel-exploiting Kemoge in 20 countries and counting
El Reg reader kicks up a fuss, and things get done
Full security test needed before the big switch on
Gotta hand it to Apple and that encryption key, it really works
He was ‘operating as a professional reporter trying to gather info’
WikiLeaks chief fears extradition by defenestration, GCHQ's grip on smartmobes
Ruskies sling malicious packet to trigger denial of service.
Amazon ignites Web Applications Firewall to char security chaff
Trio of failures: Targeted phish? No. APT malware? No. Russian? No.
Safe harbor ruling means it's 'open season against American businesses'
Shares intelligence widely
WW3 will be fought by
‘I burned my life to the ground to work against surveillance’
Meanwhile, plans are afoot to extend it beyond France
New boss talks of factories, pipelines, power sub-stations
Man-in-the-middle diddle leads to remote execution fiddle
Uber-leaker tells BBC's Panorama stuff he's told others before
DLL hell means all your Outlook Web Access user creds can be siphoned
API to crunch machine-readable data feed coming your way real soon now
Samsung and LG, but what about HTC?
Watch blocked programs while recharging your phone – is this for real?
Updated This is what happens if you don't keep your phone up to date, says Apple
Business as usual in 4,400 companies at stake
... just months after leaking over a million pensioners' data
No 'exec-level awareness', warns research