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Yorkshire cyber security biz ECSC Group to debut on AIM exchange

These breaches ain't bad for business...

Guessing valid credit card numbers in six seconds? Priceless

Brit researchers find a way to figure out VISA card numbers just by going shopping

IoT camera crew Titathink tells Reg it'll patch GET bug in a week

Apologises for 'serious mistake' in older kit, says latest things are secure

'Toyota dealer stole my wife's saucy snaps from phone, emailed them to a swingers website'

Texas pastor and spouse sue automaker, sales boss cuffed

Russia accuses hostile foreign powers of plot to undermine its banks

Let's get ready to rouble

Sh... IoT just got real: Mirai botnet attacks targeting multiple ISPs

Analysis Now ZyXEL and D-Link routers from Post Office and TalkTalk under siege

Microsoft's 'Samaritan' refuses help to hackers doing Win 10 recon

'SAMRi10' script hides the creds hackers crave, making box-to-box jumps harder

Hackers waste Xbox One, PS4, MacBook, Pixel, with USB zapper

VIDS What would happen if someone sticks this USBBQ into an airplane seat socket?

Shamoon malware returns to again wipe Saudi-owned computers

Iran suspected as likely source of re-vamped nastyware

Online criminals iced as cops bury malware-spewing Avalanche

Four-year op by US and EU culminates in arrests, server seizures

Europol cop took terror dossier home, flashed it to the web accidentally

Europe's FBI sheds light on security bungle

Hull surfers cut off by router attack

Routers scooted, says KCOM

RAF Club members emailed fake invoices. Has it been hacked?

Military personnel's social centre scratches its head

Clients say they'll take their money and run if service hacked – poll

Data breaches could cost firms business, Brits tell survey

Fatal flaws in ten pacemakers make for Denial of Life attacks

Brit/Belgian research team decipher signals and devise wounding wireless attacks

SHIFT + F10, Linux gets you Windows 10's cleartext BitLocker key

Don't panic, because this one's a bit esoteric. Do feel free to face-palm anyway

UCam247 tells El Reg most of its cams aren't vulnerable to GET vuln

IoT vendor in prompt, polite, sensible, security shocker

Google's Project Zero tweaking Microsoft, because it did fix a bug

Redmond said it wouldn't fix a flaw, then did it on the sly

Wow. What a shock. The FBI will get its bonus hacking powers after all

Rule 41 makes life easier for Feds, cops to target Tor, VPN users, and malware victims

Android-rooting Gooligan malware infects 1 million devices

At an estimated rate of 13,000 smartphones a day

UCL snags head of Europol for a seminar on privacy

Debates ahoy in late January

UK cops spot webcam 'sextortion' plots: How vics can hit stop

Don't panic, don't pay

UK National Lottery data breach: Fingers crossed – it might not be you

No card data but possibly other personal stuff

'Tesco Bank's major vulnerability is its ownership by Tesco,' claims ex-employee

Links to supermarket's systems may have exposed vulnerability

Speaking in Tech: The limitations of Android's crypto

Podcast Podcast Idol winners rap about Apple, Google DeepMind and more

UK's new Snoopers' Charter just passed an encryption backdoor law by the backdoor

How far will it go? You'll have to ask the Home Secretary

PayPal proffers patch for OAuth app hack hole

Payment giant takes second look at bad bugs.

GET pwned: Web CCTV cams can be hijacked by single HTTP request

Server buffer overflow equals remote control

Drive-by web nasty unmasks Tor Browser users, Mozilla dashes to patch zero-day vuln

Updated JavaScript smuggles malicious payload into PCs

Another Canadian uni hit by ransomware, students told to keep Windows PCs away

Network crippled by extortion software nasty

Oh no, software has bugs, we need antivirus. Oh no, bug-squasher has bugs, we need ...

Secunia report on treadmill of security software pain

Investigatory Powers Act signed into UK law by Queen

IPBill Your homes may be your castles, but your browsing histories belong to

Bletchley Park Trust vows to shore up insecure website

Security boffin blasts caretakers of Alan Turing's legacy

R3 four flew: What's driving banks to flee blockchain consortium?

Analysis Too big to fail or too big to work?

A Rowhammer ban-hammer for all, and it's all in software

Sorry to go all MC Hammer on you, but boffins tell bit-flippers 'you can't touch this'

Hackers crack Liechtenstein banks, demand ransoms

Tiny country creates yuuge problems as crims threaten to expose 'tax evasion'

Cisco stre...tches vulnerability disclosure timeline out to 90 days

Big vendors patch bugs nearly as quick as open source coders

Netflix and spill: Web vid giant kills password masking in tests

Now your date will know your passphrase is hunter2

Inside Android's source code... // TODO – Finish file encryption later

Android 7.0's crypto sauce is 'half-baked' and Google promises to make it better, soon

'Mirai bots' cyber-blitz 1m German broadband routers – and your ISP could be next

Malware waltzes up to admin panels with zero authentication

Creaking Royal Navy is 'first-rate' thunders irate admiral

Comment He's bound to say that. Truth is, it'll get worse before it gets better

Ransomware scams cost Brits £4.5m per year

Lock-up markup shake-up shake-down