November 29 set as cutoff data for further collection
Good luck getting it patched on non-Nexus kit any time soon – may as well just buy a new one
When is a door not a door? When slapdash coding turns it into a glorified 'off' switch
Password reset hole patched, but company stays mum
Open-sourcery tries to take down commercial AV frameworks
Boffins say ad industry to be fleeced ONE BEELLION DOLLARS this year.
Telcos told to switch off BES-as-a-service in December
Utopic Unicorn gets another gallop to leap security rainbow
Watchdog sparks mass recall, sheds light on ridiculous flaw
Le Charteur des Snoopeurs gets go-ahead despite fears
Chocolate Factory hands out over $40,000 in bug bounties to sharp-eyed researchers
But they said sorry before being sent down, so that's OK
Oh yeah, and I hacked it again myself, it was easy peasy
Why the hell connect cars to the net anyway?
Big Brother software outfit is the toast of Silicon Valley
White hats show how flaky, unloved audio broadcast tech is a massive attack vector
Update 100 per cent – yup, ALL – contain significant vulns
Business networking machine was rife with malicious link bait.
Web coding changes power consumption on the client, says dev
Problem lets writers do just about anything to a site, but safety is a click away
Faster node speeds for 'practically unlimited' sources
Users shirk managers for manual p@sswords claiming: 'Nobody can hack my mind'
Another OPM scandal, this is not
Which? study finds slurped details are dead easy for crims to abuse online
Former spook-operated biz now worth more than £60m
Updated Luckily, it just affects Windows Phone
Hackers can turn your home into an unintentional rave – and there's nowt you can do
If only you could buy shares
Hot chips and other kit produce artefacts that let bad guys indentify and isolate VMs
Android had been p0wned from Ice Creams to Jelly Beans
Pitch: Bust up the 200 day-long hacker party.
Six password attempts? How about 10,000?
Security by obscurity never works
Offers erasure of revenge smut selfies from Bing, Xbox, OneDrive
Code dive If you want it fixed, upgrade to the El Capitan beta
Now he wishes there was an anti-snoop clause in the GPL
Bloke rigged systems so he knew which numbers would come next
Even that Sudan stuff wasn’t actually a weapon
Pump-and-dump buck stops with arrests in Florida and Israel
Spies gonna spy, no matter where in the world they are
Sounding alarms over sensitive info exposure
Their emails still reek, but non-English natives don't notice