Make driver-free cars more secure? Good luck with that!
Meanwhile, the EFF learns: in Russia, government malware pwns you!
It's a fix! A security fix!
Come on, give it up and let Speckled Jim rest in peace
Officers also visiting 50 addresses for a quiet word
Meetup.com takeover by mysterious 'Sophie' reveals flaws in site organisation rules
Perp known as 'DD4BC' has some serious heat on his or her tail, with worse to come
Yahoo! appetiser, HuffPo for mains, and MSN for desert.
If your ads aren't on web giant's network, they better be HTML5 – or they're dead to Chrome
Reflective technique would let attacker amplify traffic and flood targets
Apple's encrypt-everything rule gets in the way of plain HTTP
Adobe patches data-slurping flaw in web app builder
And promised not to spy on any Americans
Poll Help wanted ... too late
Because nothing beats jail time. Or a spanner
Vuln allows deathless malware to continue spying even after shut down
Multi-billion company accused of ripping off name and code, still doing security wrong
Feature Booming attack vector offers mass malware distribution, stealthy targeting
Tricks admin tool into sucking down the malware
Dreams of half a million infections
The miserable life of the security veep
Hackers queue up, Humming
More gateways join SOHOpeless shame file
New rules for IT providers
Plus: '123456' and 'password' are popular, er, passwords on the affairs-R-us website
Dating website WLTM vulnerable younger site for flirtation, contents of database
Esselar co-founder pwned insurance biz after spat with former colleagues
Come on London’s ne'er-do-wells, up your game
Encryption won’t save you if it's an 'L', as in ‘loser’
Site devoted to patients' stories hijacked
IBM tells business to pull the plug, Agora pulls shutters on interesting goods mart
Boffins study developers and find good examples will be followed by the herd
What's that big spike on site performance graph?
Owner ALM now sued in California as well as Canada
Shouldn’t even be possible on thingies not jailbroke
Fraudsters make hay while sun shines and accounts staff go on holiday
Online flea markets a hotbed for cheap travel
Updated And we just thought you were busy chasing ambulances
Cameras sow 'lack of trust' within public.
Sleepwalking into the surveillance state
Avid Life Media offers $500,000 for hackers' heads
Update Failures in exploit discovery process are cold comfort for IoT fridge owners