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Extreme photo-bombing: Bad Imagemagick bug puts countless websites at risk of hijacking

Apply mitigations now while patches are worked on, exploits in the wild

Iranian cyberspy phishing rod pulled from the waters and exposed

Infy becomes infamous

Paying a PoS*, USA? Your chip-and-PIN means your money's safer...

... except not online. Sorry America

MongoDB on breaches: Software is secure, but some users are idiots

When will you lazy louts learn to configure your instances?

Miniature car maker drops massive malware

Unpatched Joomla possible entry point for Angler, Cryptxxx combo

I am Craig Wright, inventor of Craig Wright

I can prove I am the man who can prove he is the man who invented Bitcoin

Pwner pwns Pwnedlist pwnage property, pours pwned passwords

Site offering checks of your email among mega-breach hauls to close

Wi-Fi network named 'mobile detonation device' grounds plane

Fears spark two-hour delay as nervous passengers disembark

Michigan electricity utility downed by ransomware attack

Don't click on the links, don't click on the links, don't …

Samsung tightens smart home kit security after curious bods prod apps

Software for simple gear given way too much control over locks and sensors

Legal fight against USA Today's news app info-flogging OK'd by court

Judges say mobile software can't sell info like websites do

Perth SmartRider public transport cards popped by student researchers

WAHckon Hack the Planet uni club lands in court over 'white hat' MiFare probe

3-in-4 Android phones, slabs, gizmos menaced by fresh hijack flaws

Another month, another round of critical vulnerabilities patched by Google

Are state-sponsored attackers poisoning the statistical well?

WAHckon Governments relying on bad data will make bad decisions

Audiophile torrent site What.CD fully pwnable thanks to wrecked RNG

WAHckon Use of mt_rand means there's free .flac for those who crack

Have a Cptn Cook: VXers learn 'Strayan to plunder Down Under

WAHckon Net ratbags probing how much a koala can bear with dinky-di scams

Daft draft anti-car-hack law could put innocent drivers away for life

Rules proposed in Michigan perfect example of tech-illiterate politicians writing tech rules

Google AI gains access to 1.2m confidential NHS patient records

Deal with Royal Free London to slurp info surprises and shocks

It's 2016 and now your internet-connected bathroom scales can be hacked

Weight to go, Internet of s***

Hipster hackers cook up 'artisan' Squiblydoo attack

Native OS tools, living off the land... it's all very crunchy

Finance bods SWIFT to update after Bangladesh hack

But infosec folk say full revamp needed

Google Play infested with cash-stealing web apps

Simple HTML scams look to be sneaking through the app inspection process

Screen overlay malware on the rise as bot scum battle for dominance

Tanking PC trojans turn VXers to Android.

Gumtree 'fesses up to breach and personal information leak

UPDATE Email addresses, names and phone numbers accessed, but only in Australia

US govt quietly tweaks rules to let cops, Feds hack computers anywhere, anytime

Congress? Democracy? No need for that

Symantec CEO Mike Brown ousted after nasty numbers

Board says with Veritas gone, its time for pure-play security CEO

Batten down the hatches! OpenSSL preps fix for high impact vuln

Disappointingly, there's no snazzy name or logo with this one. Which is actually good

Mobile antivirus sales offset declining search revenues for AVG

Zen and the art of computer security

Pro-ISIS hacking groups are still hooking up

Twitter-defacing twits are still teaming up, may hit marginally bigger targets

Adware from French runs away and hides on 12M machines

Webscum copy skilled VXers to duck antivirus, sandboxes.

Mozilla slings Firefox patches at flaw found by GCHQ's infosec arm

Browser bods emit ten patches in total, some for critical or high severity holes

PCI DSS 3.2 lands, urges you to make haste slowly

Standard suggests death for old TLS … by the generous deadline of July 2018

EFF revises IM safety ratings after pen testers pop 'secure' tools

BSides Canberra Pen tests find holes galore in common messaging apps

Time for a patch: six vulns fixed in NTP daemon

What's the time? It's time to get ill. Unless you fix these beastly flaws

BugCrowd's $15m fund win shows Oz infosec can score Series B: CEO

Don't sit on your ideas, bug chief urges hackers

Linux infosec outfit does a Torvalds, rageblocks innocent vuln spotter

Handbags at dawn: Firm reacts badly to Twitter tip-off, minor catfight ensues

Panama Papers graph database cracked open for world+dog

Interview Gaze upon your masters' finances, sheeple

Boffins believe buggy Binder embiggens Android attack surface

Punching holes in problematic private APIs

Qatari hack: Bank 'investigating' leak

Dossier-building third party probably dumped the data

Gibraltar kids win UK CyberCenturion blue team hacker comp

Gamers beat Blighty's best.

Kaspersky cracks CryptXXX, throws lifeline to ransomware victims

Nasty bug tries to confuse you by glowing slow on external storage encryption

Game of P0wns: Malvertising menace strikes Pirate Bay season six downloads

There is no honour among content thieves