Courts release open source intel data sales scams on one man
Home remedy seekers backdoored by Bedep
Embedded device mayhem as rivals share keys
Windows Defender lives up to its name by dealing death to Dell's dumb DLL
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First time this one's been seen in the wild
Hey participants, don’t be like Jeremy Clarkson. Enough said
Crazy low prices for app 'purchases', or perhaps you'd like a poison PoS unit?
Temp account means God mode for regular users.
SSH logins, server-side HTTPS certs baked in firmware
The truth about camera that seemingly keeps recording even when powered off
Microsoft, French bods push for mathematically provable bug-free code
At least we don't email them, says security-shy telco
Check your bank statements if you paid on plastic
Update now fixed, we're told
Easy algorithm and US$10 bork-box mean fun for fraudsters
Blackhats, head straight to the airport lounge.
Book baron keeps mum about reason for emergency emails
Privacy network passes around the hat
Analysis How it works
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Comment No, go ahead, let's spend billions worrying about an iPearl Harbor
Vid crapware issue worse than you thought - researchers
Sysadmin Blog PART 2 – It looked like a training exercise anyway
Special report District attorney and encrypted chat app dev sound off on privacy
Customers freak, yell :Time to DBAN!"
Clare Foges' outburst pulled apart by law prof, infosec expert
'ModPos' kernel monster threatens haul during festive shopping blitz
To update a CSL DualCom rig rip off the glue, unscrew the box, manually flash each unit
Promises to automatically remove root CA cert from machines from Nov 24
Updated And now here's how you can really destroy it
Root CA certificate opens up folks to banking, shopping snooping, etc
Pr0n software actually leads to pwnage
'Jihadi favourite' cooked up by Vkontakte's Durov Bros
Sysadmin Blog PART 1 – Can't keep them out, so catch them while they’re in
Pearson VUE says credentials manager product affected
Feature ... and who's liable for all the money lost?
Half of covert packets are about analytics, half are a mystery
Twenty pro hackers grease Russia's best crime groups.
It's got holes, but she'll be right.
Guys? You might want to look up some recent election results before tweeting at world leaders
Nmap for XP and Wireshark for Mac put a smile on the face of security-loving girls and boys
Researcher says airline failed to fix critical bug for five months
Log wipers, timestompers may have helped hackers stay quiet in terabyte raids