One down, one to go.
Hack welcomes free food and chance to report on penal system
17 critical fixes patched
Side-channel attacks are real because CPU leakage reveals instructions being executed
Most popular exploit kit smashing IE users, but Chrome safe
Patch this! And this! And this! And this!
Poor passwords, proprietary code ... what could possibly go - CRASH! - wrong?
Medical info left open to unscrupulous advertisers
Or at least his lawyer did ... in an interview with state media ... hmm
Remote reboot and takedown tricks detailed by security chap
No fix -chipped security bod drops blog
Why exactly are you in a patching frenzy? Just go home and have a cold one
Privacy chap re-thinking how to stalk consumers in future
Chocolate Factory says Redmond can't be bothered fixing hard-to-exploit flaw
Editor leaves "anonymous" app company but questions remain
Crims also move to Silverlight, according to Cisco
Flaws disclosed in late December await exploitation
Researcher who found bug says Big Red to patch flaw in Tuesday fix roundup
SQLi kid pops Aussie Travel Cover, dumps 800k records
Victims? More like SCAPEGOATS
Gov officials fingered
You just exposed your users to world+dog, buddy
+Comment DOH! Clapper smacker for crapper tapper
Nine flaws scrubbed out
'I'm not a nice person and I don't care about you': LinuxLord
Carberp and Cryptolocker target Aussies with local variants
Progressive Insurance's Bluetooth fob is a security slob
Steganographic man-in-the-middle diddle can force Apple's digital assistant to spill secrets
ALL accounts exposed, private messages accessible
Headlines? Yes. Surprises? No.
Avez-vous essayé redémarrage il?
Who isn't slurping up metadata in the Land of the Free?
Barry instead skips straight to vague promises on cyber-stuff
Well, well, well. Who didn't see this coming?
Prevention is better than cure, Mr Burns
Plods chum up with FBI
But, but... permissionless tech, mutters Steve Bong
Better to have friends than be strong
132 malware-laden typosquat variants plague hookup site, half arranged by four villains
Redmond ran out of time to patch Windows flaw
Patent filing could see coffee bought in a snap
Acknowledges 'mistake' but says there was no 'bad faith'