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BlackBerry: Toss the server, mate... BES is in the CLOUD now

BlackBerry Enterprise Services takes aim at SMEs - but there's a catch

Who has your credit card data? 1 million HOLIDAY-MAKERS' RECORDS exposed

Travel agent fined £150K – Sloppy coding fingered

Six charged over StubHub e-ticket heist for Elton John gigs

Compromised passwords re-used, say prosecutors

BMW's ConnectedDrive falls over, bosses blame upgrade snafu

Traffic flows up 20% as motorway middle lanes miraculously unclog

'Unsolicited texts' outrage: Man fined £4k for DPA breach

But it WASN'T about any SMSes

Mozilla fixes CRITICAL security holes in Firefox, urges v31 upgrade

Misc memory hazards 'could be exploited' - and guess what, one's a Javascript vuln

Researcher sat on critical IE bugs for THREE YEARS

VUPEN waited for Pwn2Own cash while IE's sandbox leaked

50,000 sites backdoored through shoddy WordPress plugin

Not running WordPress? Better hope your neighbour isn't

Copyright kingpins charged for sailing pirate Android app ships

Six charged, two arrested, in wake of coordinated raids.

iOS slurpware brouhaha: It's for diagnostics, honest, says Apple

Hidden packet sniffer claims hit Cupertino

Stop begging, startup-land, and start YELLING at Catch of the Day

Consumer trust boost from data breach laws would do more for online biz than any subsidy or share scheme

Tails-hacking Exodus: Here's video proof of our code-injection attack

It's not a Tor exploit, but it will hit fully patched systems with default settings, we're told

Yorkshire cops fail to grasp principle behind BT Fon Wi-Fi network

'Prevent people that are passing by to hook up to your network', pleads plod

StubHub hit by trans-Atlantic fraudsters, says New York DA

US, Canadian and UK authorities expected to reveal details today

PayPal post-checkout cash slurp a FEATURE not a BUG

Would you like a super-sized shipping charge with that?

Attackers raid SWISS BANKS with DNS and malware bombs

'Retefe' trojan uses clever spin on old attacks to grant total control of bank accounts

EFF looses Privacy Badger to munch cookies and scripts

Furry and furious browser-protector aims to improve online privacy

Android ransomware demands 12x more cash, targets English-speakers

FBI child-abuse warning shake-down gets more sophisticated

Goodwill's goodwill rocked as Feds probe bank card hacking scam

We think we're safe, insists non-profit

Lads from Lagos turn from 419 scams to basic malware slinging

Smooth-tongued online lovers struggle to get to grips with slimy RAT infestations

STILL no move by Brit data cops over Google's 2012 privacy slurp

Even the Italian databinieri have got their boots on now, but not the ICO

Hacker claims breach of Wall Street Journal and Vice websites, punts 'user data' for sale

Also supposedly hit a gadgets site called 'CNET'

Lawyer reviewing terror laws and special powers: Definition of 'terrorism' is too broad

Can sweep up hate criminals, bloggers, journos

NEW, SINISTER web tracking tech fingerprints your computer by making it draw

Have you been on YouPorn lately, perhaps? White House website?

Cyber scum pump ransomware at victims from spambot-stuffed websites

Command and control of mal-spam barrage done via Tor

Black Hat anti-Tor talk smashed by lawyers' wrecking ball

Unmasking hidden users is too hot for Carnegie-Mellon

Don't look, Snowden: Security biz chases Tails with zero-day flaws alert

Exodus vows not to sell secrets of whistleblower's favorite OS

HIDDEN packet sniffer spy tech in MILLIONS of iPhones, iPads – expert

Updated Don't panic though – Apple's backdoor is not wide open to all, guru tells us

New BOMB detect-o-tech 'could give sniffer dogs competition': TRUE

But so could a magic eight-ball

Secondhand Point-o-Sale terminal was horrific security midden

Not so much backdoors as frontdoors, basically without doors in them

Snowden wants YOU – yes, YOU – to build spy-busting tech

Says it's your civic duty to turn our KIDS into SYSADMINS

Students hack Tesla Model S, make all its doors pop open IN MOTION

Toot the horn, too

Manic malware Mayhem spreads through Linux, FreeBSD web servers

And how Google could cripple infection rate in a second

Hi-tech Fagin couple used Apple scam cash to fly pickpockets to UK

Heavy jail sentences doled out to phisherfolk - cops

L33t haxxors compete to p0wn popular home routers

EFF-endorsed SOHOpelessly Broken challenge will air routers' dirty zero day laundry

Chromecast hack Rickrolls Google's TV stick

Hacker's gonna tell a lie, hacker's gonna p0wn WiFi, hacker's gonna make you cry

NUDE SNAPS AGENCY: NSA bods love 'showing off your saucy selfies'

Swapping other people's sexts is a fringe benefit, says Snowden

NASDAQ IT security spend: $1bn. Finding mystery malware on its servers: Priceless

Probe reveals US banks just as wide open to hacking

Pushdo Trojan outbreak: 11 THOUSAND systems infected in just 24 hours

Just 77 machines in the UK, though

Don't put that duffel bag full of cash in the hotel room safe

Two words: Default passcodes... and there's MORE

Flaws found in Bitdefender enterprise endpoint manager

Hardcoded GravityZone creds to be wiped at month's end

LibreSSL RNG bug fix: What's all the forking fuss about, ask devs

Blow to bit-spitter 'tis but a flesh wound, claim team