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Cisco wipes its memory from susceptible-to-Row Hammer list

Make sure you use only original spares …

Day FOUR of the GitHub web assault: Activists point fingers at 'China's global censorship'

Code repository warns of 'evolving' attacks

Feds cuffed for allegedly PILFERING Silk Road drug souk's Bitcoins

Dealers' funbux ended up in wallets of g-men, says US DoJ

Blokes disguised as women storm NSA HQ: One shot dead, one hurt

Fort Meade scene of bizarre and fatal Monday morning

Virgin Media takes its time on website crypto upgrade

Firefox and Chrome wave red flags at ISP

David Cameron's Passport number emailed to footy-head

Outlook autocomplete SNAFU sees world leaders' particulars leaked during G20 summit

Unlimited stolen Uber accounts flogged for $5

Accounts 100 per cent valid, fraudsters claim

Jailed Brit con phishes prison, gets bail

'Hi this is < name > please release < prisoner >'

Frayed British Airways plays down mega hack attack on frequent flyer accounts

In-a-pickle firm insists personal info is safe after breach

Hotel Wi-Fi not only hideously expensive – it's horribly insecure

Wide-open rsync blunder leaves popular gateways vulnerable to hijacking

Flak for Slack chaps in yak app hack flap: User database whacked

Enable two-factor auth, says biz chat startup

Appeal court bombshell: Google must face British justice for 'Safari spying'

Angry Apple users get their shot at licking the Chocolate Factory

GitHub jammed by injected JavaScript, servers whacked by DDoS

Users unwittingly add to chronic traffic congestion

700,000 beautiful women do the bidding of one Twitter-scamming man

Weight loss scam used oodles of accounts to get the clueless shelling out for useless beans

Court recording biz with clients EVERYWHERE has forums breached

Transcripts untouched thanks to forum and user password mismatch

Optus must hire checkbox champion after epic router, voicemail borking

No fine as hundreds of thousands of customers affected

'Bar Mitzvah attack' should see off ancient and crocked RC4 algo

Account creds knicked without need for man-in-the-middle diddle

Bye bye, booth babes. IT security catwalk RSA nixes sexy outfits

Wouldn't wear it in the CEO's office? Don't wear it on the show floor

Silicon Valley powers: Let mass spying die in May 2015 – it's bad for privacy (and business)

Citizens' personal information is all OURS, say tech giants

PayPal settles over WMD sanction-breaking transaction claims

Company pays $7.6m for money moves by people on OFAC's naughty step

How a hack on Prince Philip's Prestel account led to UK computer law

Thatcher, Buckingham Palace & BT left red-faced by historic techno romp

I helped Amazon.com find an XSS hole and all I got was this lousy t-shirt

Hacker reports flaw that saw credit cards exposed, web bazaar fixes it

Hacker builds cheatbot for hit app Trivia Crack

Method used to sniff spoilers could also be used for non-trivial attack on your mobe

Samsung forgets fingerprints, focuses its eye on YOURS

Iris-scanning tech coming to Galaxy gear starting with special Tab Pro

Cisco patches IOS to stop automation exploitation

What could possibly go wrong with self-managing routers? DoS attacks, for starters

And the prize for LEAST SECURE BROWSER goes to ... Chrome!

Beats Solaris, flattens Gentoo

PATRIOT Act axed, NSA spying halted ... wake up, Neo, it's just a dream in the US House of Reps

It's the thought that counts

Spookception: US spied on Israel spying on US-Iran nuke talks

'I think the report is wrong, it is inaccurate' says everyone named in report

BT Home Hub SIP backdoor blunder blamed for VoIP fraud

You say 'block all connections', I say 'my port's still open'

Israeli boffins hack air gap, fire missiles on compromised kit

Slow command and control code uses PC hot spots to murmur secrets

Ransomware holds schools hostage: 'Now give us Bitcoin worth $129k, er, $124k, wait ...'

'It's like being in 1981' says district boss

Favicons used to update world's 'most dangerous' malware

You'll know you're infected when your box gasps and dies

Half of Android devices open to silent hijack

Two-pronged attack can turn legit apps into spyware

GitHub ordered to hand over access logs to Uber

Code repository biz successfuly subpoenaed in hacker track

Microsoft enlists web security pariah Adobe to help build Internet Explorer-killer Spartan

Don't panic: The Photoshop giant's doing the pretty bits, not the secure bits

Snowden dump details Canadian spies running false flag ops online

Not cool, eh

Metadata retention to cost AU$3.98 a year per customer

Australian attorney-general George Brandis says Budget will reveal gov contribution to data retention costs

Apple is picking off iOS antivirus apps one by one: Who'll be spared?

Some slain in the software store, some survive – but why?

Hawk like an Egyptian: Google is HOPPING MAD over fake SSL certs

Updated How the world of certificate authorities is broken, part 94

Dell denies 'insecure autoupdate app' flings open PC backdoor

Gov software implant? Not us - never, says hardware giant

BlackHat talk hibernated over 0-day in SAP's Afaria mobile manager

Updated Researcher has form as a gent: he held back disclosure of medical records leak

Xen shows off 35-piece cloudpocalypse collection

The latest fixing fashions for open-source hypervisors hit the catwalk