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Ransomware scum build weapon from JavaScript

Demands $250, steals passwords for good measure

Tor torpedoed! Tesco Bank app won't run with privacy tool installed

Money software blubs at the sight of onions

A month to save digital currency Ethereum?

$50m hack leads to reset proposal before stolen money can be cashed

FBI's iPhone paid-for hack should be barred, say ex-govt officials

Cybersecurity bods argue for formalizing zero-day disclosure rules

You Acer holes! PC maker leaks payment cards in e-store hack

Lost info includes names, addresses, numbers and security codes

London Mayor election day bug forced staff to query vote DB by hand

OK, who registered their name as Jane Smith'; UPDATE votes SET choice=Sadiq;--

Edgier Edge pledge: TLS fledge no speed wedge, Redmond man said

Faster, stronger crypto comes to baked-in browser

Google to shower 50%+ more gold on code-bearing bug hunters

Annihilating Android flaws now scores $50k

Feds warn of skyrocketing business compromise scams

Scams up 1,300 percent says FBI

Non-US encryption is 'theoretical,' claims CIA chief in backdoor debate

No choice but to use American gear, grins spymaster

Lone hacker claims to have broken into US Democrat servers

Guccifer 2 posts files as 'proof' – says rest sent to Wikileaks

Kill Flash now. Or patch these 36 vulnerabilities. Your choice

One bug being exploited right now in the wild

GitHub presses big red password reset button after third-party breach

Mystery hackers look to harness password reuse and take control of accounts

Smut shaming: Anonymous fights Islamic State... with porn

Also exposing bare naked IP addresses

Dodgy creds found in Siemens ICS gear

Don't run our stuff on soft networks, Siemens chimes

Microsoft planning blockchain-as-a-service for Azure apps

Project Bletchley takes shape

Password reset: 45 million creds leak from popular .com forums

Complex codes top most used password lists

SOHOpeless Cisco wireless kit needs critical patch

Stop us if you've heard this one: bad HTTP sanitisation in smallbiz boxen

Microsoft releases open source bug-bomb in the rambling house of C

Checked C lands on Github

Spam King sent down for 30 months

No computer and a mental health evaluation for Sanford Wallace

Admins in outcry as Microsoft fix borks Group Policy

After Patch Tuesday comes Facepalm Wednesday

Sofacy NotSoGood: Time to switch up our Trojan-slinging tactics

US gov employee sent dodgy attachment by 'foreign ministry'

Cybercrooks are pimping out pwned RDP servers

Russian miscreants are behind the xDedic marketplace

SAP patch batch includes fix for 3-year-old info disclosure vuln

Better late than never, right?

Biz security deadline knocked back 3 months 'cos Brits ignored it

A thousand shopkeepers stood firm and said 'you what, mate?'

East Euro crims pwning 'high profile' victims with Flash zero day

Unpatched flaw exploited since March

Chinese loan sharks seek salacious selfies as collateral

High interest payday loans come with a nasty threat

Russian government hackers spent a year in our servers, admits DNC

Double Donkey punch from bear duo

It's [insert month] of 2016, and your Windows PC can still be owned by [insert document type]

Another month, another patching cycle...

Apple quietly launches next-gen encrypted file system

It's not ready for primetime, but it may prove revolutionary

Buggy vote-counting software borks Australian election

Randomness done wrong reduced likelihood of winning

Clueless s’kiddies using exploit kits are behind ransomware surge

Ease of exploit kit use may be behind growth of nasties

Half of Brit small biz hit by cyber crime. 10% spend zilch on infosec

See no evil, hear no evil, suffer evil

Man-in-the-middle biz Blue Coat bought by Symantec: Infosec bods are worried

Analysis HTTPS-buster and root cert bods joining up? Hmm

Hack the Pentagon shutters 100 bugs

1,400 white hats jostle for vulns

Telegram crammed: Hackers find way to send massive messages

Mobile data annihilated

North Korea hacks 140k computers in planned mass attacks on Seoul

Defence docs raided.

Update your buggy Samsung PC bloatware to plug privilege bug

Malicious DLL can lead to pwnage

Forget Game of Thrones as Android ransomware infects TVs

FLocker malware shows regional preferences

Orlando shootings bring Facebook's safety check to US soil

Unlikely to be the last time

Tell us, evil phisherfolk: What's wrong with Angler Exploit Kit?

It's just been upgraded and everything...

Let's Encrypt lets 7,600 users... see each other's email addresses

With privacy and security for all