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New fear: ISIS killers use 'digital AK-47' malware to hunt victims

New code built in-house targets innocents fending off deranged terrorists

Misfortune Cookie crumbles router security: '12 MILLION+' in hijack risk

New claim: Homes, businesses menaced by vulnerable firmware

Security SEE-SAW: $3 MEEELLION needed to fight a $100k hack

Threat intelligence 'mostly snake oil and marketing'

CoolReaper pre-installed malware creates backdoor on Chinese Androids

This a lot worse than just bloatware, say analysts

TorrentLocker ransomware pestilence plagues Europe, bags $500k

Too many people still running random .exe files in spam attachments

Social sniffer predicts which Nigerian prince has the best chance of scamming you

Data matching tool will be open source, intended for good not evil

URL LOL: Delta splats web flight boarding pass snoop bug

Mobile site spits out details on fellow passengers

Nork-ribbing flick The Interview AXED: Sony caves under hack terror 'menace'

Terrorists win, Kim Jong Un fingered again

ICANN HACKED: Intruders poke around global DNS innards

Spear-phishing attack timing couldn't be worse for domain name overseer

Can't stop Home Depot-style card pwning, but suppliers will feel PCI regulation pain

Third parties must comply to new standard

London teen pleads guilty to Spamhaus DDoS

Sentence will be passed in January next year

Google bakes W3C malware-buster into Gmail

Content Security Policy standard means non-complying extensions SHALL NOT PASS!

Sony sued by ex-staff over daft security, leaked privates

What if movie studio loses? Big biz liable for big data blunders?

Banks, UK.gov must work together to beat cyber-nasties

BoE also warns of IT failures 'exacerbating' sector instability

Sony hackers dump more hunks of stolen data, promise another 'Christmas gift'

Still creepily trying to woo Sony staff too

Chrome devs hatch plan to mark all HTTP traffic insecure

Browsers tell us when content is secure, but not when to feel NAKED AND AFRAID

Roll up, come see the BOOMING HACKER BAZAAR!

Fake credential, premier credit cards, and 100% satisfaction, guaranteed

Senator: Backdoor for the Feds is a backdoor for hackers

Wyden pushes for law banning special access in software, hardware for cops and spies

Next gen ransomware: Elliptic cryptic, talks on Tor, demands Bitcoin

All the gear and will cost you dear

UK banks ill-prepared for return of the rabid POODLE

Only 4,096 requests needed to uncover a 16-character cookie

Uber surge pricing kicks in during Sydney siege

Update Big bucks go to drivers, passengers go free

Sony to media: stop publishing our stolen stuff or we'll get nasty

Is this the moment celebrity rags get busted for making stuff up?

Sony hackers PINCH early version of James Bond Spectre script

Producers are shaken AND stirred

Iranian CLEAVER hackers may DRAIN energy and defence firms, warn Feds

FBI pins down possible biz targets in secret file – report

Batten down the patches: New vuln found in Docker container tech

Last month's patch brought new privilege escalation flaw

Sony Pictures hit by 'fightback on filesharers' DDoS claims – report

War on Guardians of Peace?

GCHQ releases teen-friendly code-busting app

Cryptology fun for the whole family

Hackable intercom lets you SPY on fellow apartment-dwellers

Kiwicon He knows if you are sleeping, he knows if you're awake ...

VMware exiting 2014 with a bang and a security whimper

AirWatch p0wned, but vRealize and CloudVolumes realized and DevOps embraced

Cisco to release flying pig – Snort 3.0

Sourcefire's been making bacon, now wants you to fry it

Craft bazaar Etsy's security plan is candy to get devs talking

Kiwicon podcast Don't be that grumpy security guy people are afraid to approach

Microsoft pulls a patch and offers PHANTOM FIX for the mess

KB3004394 is a hot mess and the replacement KB3024777 was elusive

FreeBSD developers VANQUISH Demon bug

Hostile code injection averted

Elderly zombie Asprox botnet STILL mauling biz bods, says survey

Unkillable nasty still climbs out of the grave to this day

GCHQ, police to team up to hunt down child abuse on the darknet

Major crackdown includes new 'self-abuse' grooming laws

Charge Anywhere? More like Hacked Everywhere: Mobe cash biz admits 5-year security breach

Who's been spying on our network? Anyone know?

Crims at vendors could crock kit says ENISA

Secure procurement guide wants suppliers to disclose employees' colourful pasts

Your data: Stolen through PIXELS

Kiwicon Can't detect what you can't see, Oz hacker says

Blu-ray region locks popped by hardware hacker

ODM firmware allows code to run from USB sticks

Merry Xmas, Neohapsis, here's your Cisco-dollars

Advisory service borged

Microsoft lets YOU kill POODLE in Protected Mode sites

Christmas gift to be default by Feb

Security holes in iOS? We've heard of them, says Apple (as it fixes vanishing ringtones)

Still, the jailbreakers are happy with new 8.1.2 update