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More than half of Androids susceptible to ancient malware

Bad ads, off-brand app stores and smut carry 'Ghost Push' nasty

Netflix reminds password re-users to run a reset

Your! account! has! shown! up! on! a! breach! list! We! can't! imagine! which! one!

IBM: Yes, it's true. We leaned on researchers to censor exploit info

Big Blue says this isn't normal practice as infosec bods take down proof-of-concept code

Hey! spies! Get! in! here! and! explain! this! Yahoo! email-scanning! 'kernel! module!'

US Congress demands answers on what exactly was slurped and how

Forget malware, crooks are cracking ATMs the old-fashioned way – with explosives

Blowing up cash machines is blowing up

In 2020, biz will chuck $100bn+ at protecting itself online

Hackers gonna hack

Post-referendum UK still part of Euro cyberterror stress test... for now

Cheer up, Europe, love. Cyberwar might never happen

You've been hacked. What are you liable for?

'It won't happen to me...' but best be prepared

Facebook's un-Liked ~900 security flaws in five years

The Social Network™ has slung more than US$5m to bounty hunters

'Pork Explosion' flaw splatters Foxconn's Android phones

Full compromise over USB bacon-ed in to smartmobes

Google splats 21 bugs in Chrome 54 patch run

None critical, some embarrassing, all worth the auto-upgrade

Personal info on more than 58 million people spills onto the web from data slurp biz

Modern Business Solutions keeping quiet

New GCHQ unit: Psst, breached biz bods. We won't rat you out to the ICO

National Cyber Security Centre wants you to come in for a reassuring chat

Time to crack down on sales of dragon's gold - securobods

Coin of the gaming realm used for money laundering, malware and more

Email security: We CAN fix the tech, but what about the humans?

From Michelangelo to ransomware

Hackers pop 6000 sites on active 18-month carding bonanza

US National Republican Senatorial Committee on list of sites slinging data to Russia

Carders bag stylish sack shop Vera Bradley

Malware siphoned mag-stripe data from servers

SAP fixes gaping authentication bypass flaw after 3 YEARS

ERPScan reveals wide open door for miscreants

Europe loves to pay by bonk* - survey

Mobile payments going gangbusters, beams Visa

Snowden investigator slams leaker-detector background checks

Testing reveals the past, not what someone will do once you make them bitter and twisted

Singapore slings millions into ASEAN infosec

Region needs to skill-up, says minister

Adobe on patch parade to march out 83 bugs

Reader, Acrobat, Flash get fixes.

Oz infosec spooks: ease back on the “cybers”, this is serious

For example, not-China* didn't “hack the BoM's supercomputers”

Hungarian bug-hunters spot 130,000 vulnerable Avtech vid systems on Shodan

SOHOpeless CCTVs and video recorders

Like it or not, here are ALL your October Microsoft patches

Redmond kicks off the era of the force-fed security update

Second hacking group targets SWIFT-connected banks

Odinaff shares links with Carbanak

One-quarter of UK police websites lack a secure connection

And they want to do more online?

Nuke plant has been hacked, says Atomic Energy Agency director

Don't panic: nothing happened, but there's also the matter of some missing uranium ...

TV5Monde was saved from airtime-KO hack by unplugging infected box

French telly station boss spills les haricots on what happened

Stickers emerge as EU's weapon against dud IoT security

Whitegoods-inspired security rating scheme under discussion

Security bod to MSFT: PowerShell's admin-lite scheme is an open door

Updated Too much admin turns out to be barely enough

Heads roll as Qihoo 360 moves to end WoSign, StartCom certificate row

Two CAs get new bosses, operations to be split

Yahoo! spymasters! patent! biometric! online! ad! tracking! IRL!

Slow walkers, traffic jams, signs of success.

Crypto needs more transparency, researchers warn

Publish primes with seeds, so we know there are no backdoors

US govt straight up accuses Russia of hacking prez election

'Only Russia's senior-most officials' could authorize the exploitation of our weak security

FBI wants to unlock another jihadist’s iPhone

Apple vs. US round 2 looming

Crooks and kids (not scary spies paid by govt overlords) are behind most breaches

Interview Troy Hunt talks down the state-sponsored hack threat

London cops charge ATM malware hacker

Raiders bagged and tagged

Smash and grab PoS pwners ready with pre-Xmas malware update

Cocky devs don't try to hide malware, export credit card numbers as cleartext

Google's Chrome cloaks Pirate Bay in red screen of malware death

Scam ads abound

Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? Spotify serving malware, no escape from reality

Open your eyes, look up to the skies and see

ISP GMX attempts the nigh impossible: PGP for the masses

Promises end-to-end crypto