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Heartbleed exploit, inoculation, both released

File under 'this is going to hurt you more than it hurts me'

VMware patches man-in-the-middle vSphere vuln

Still no fix for Heartbleed, though experts say attacks improbable

FTC gets judicial thumbs-up to SUE firms over data breaches

If you don't take 'reasonable and appropriate' measures, get ready for court

NSA denies it knew about and USED Heartbleed encryption flaw for TWO YEARS

Updated Agency forgets it exists to protect communications, not just spy on them

Reprieve for Weev: Court disowns AT&T hacker's conviction

Appeals court strikes down landmark sentence

OpenSSL Heartbleed: Bloody nose for open-source bleeding hearts

Updated Bloke behind the cockup says not enough people are helping crucial crypto project

Heartbleed vuln under ACTIVE ATTACK as hackers map soft spots

Incoming

Apple is IMMUNE from Heartbleed, it says. But don't check if it's true

OS X and iOS unaffected by crypto-busting vuln

Didn't have time to ask about it in our security Regcast? No problem

What on Earth is 'holistic scanning' and more... answered

It may be ILLEGAL to run Heartbleed health checks – IT lawyer

Do the right thing, earn up to 10 years in clink

'I was like, yea!' 5-year-old found his Xbox so easy to use, he hacked it

Quotw Elsewhere: 'I cannot stand the attitude of these guys' ... who could that be?

One year on: diplomatic fail as Chinese APT gangs get back to work

Mandiant says past 12 months shows Beijing won't call off its hackers

Top ten biz software vendors reveal Heartbleed exposure

VMware, Symantec and Citrix are digging, Microsoft and Salesforce are relaxing

Call of Duty 'fragged using OpenSSL's Heartbleed exploit'

So it begins ... or maybe not, says one analyst

Snowden lawyer PGP email 'crack' flap: What REALLY happened?

Decrypted message turns up on Cryptome, bafflement all round

Not just websites hit by OpenSSL's Heartbleed – PCs, phones and more under threat

Also: Google announces services' Heartbleed status

Anatomy of OpenSSL's Heartbleed: Just four bytes trigger horror bug

Analysis The code behind the C-bomb dropped on the world

Revoke, reissue, invalidate: Stat! Security bods scramble to plug up Heartbleed

Paper is safe. Clay tablets too

Cyber hostage-takers SCAMMED six times as many people last year

Your money or your file? Targeted attacks lasted longer too – report

Chrome makes new password grab in version 34

Even with autocomplete off, Google will ask if it can 'help' by storing your passwords

Mt Gox's 'transaction malleability' claim rubbished by researchers

The dog ate my Bitcoin

Web data BLEEDOUT: Users to feel the pain as Heartbleed bug revealed

Vendors and ISPs have work to do updating firmware - if it's possible to fix this

Office, IE, Flash fixes accompany Windows XP's final Patch Tuesday

Microsoft, Adobe move to fix more security flaws

Not your father's spam: Trojan slingers attach badness to attachment WITHIN attachment

Banking baddies in recursive ruse

'Yahoo! Breaks! Every! Mailing! List! In! The! World!' says email guru

Purple Palace tweaks security setting, sparks worldwide email bounce blizzard

You can play Flappy Bird on a POINT OF SALE TERMINAL

That's a VERY bad thing, folks - it means they're easily hacked

Google kills fake anti-virus app that hit No. 1 on Play charts

No ads! No battery drain! No functionality! And no credibility for Google's vetting process

Running OpenSSL? Patch now to fix CRITICAL bug

'Heartbleed' leaks data from memory

The Great Hash Bakeoff: Infosec bods cook up next-gen crypto

Take a serverful of hash, add salt, hold the rainbow

Vint Cerf wanted to make internet secure from the start, but secrecy prevented it

Tells Google Hangout buds that tech was 'classified' at the time...

Experian subsidiary faces MEGA-PROBE for 'selling consumer data to fraudster'

US attorneys general roll up sleeves, snap on gloves

Left swipe! That hot Tinder babe is a malware-flinging ROBOT

Hackers burn location-baring dating app's users

Microsoft spells out new rules for exiling .EXEs

Adware classification regime won't tolerate privacy probes or auto-installs

Drone 'hacked' to take out triathlete

Next scenario: World-Cup-winning shot at goal blocked by drone

Tesla in 'Ethernet port carries data' SCANDAL

Musk sticks 'hands off' signs on console data

ACLU launches user-friendly database of every Snowden doc

Search all now-public NSA surveillance docs at your leisure

Bank-raid ZeuS malware waltzes around web with 'valid app signature'

Check your vaults. Did someone just lose their secret software signing key?

Five-year-old discovers Xbox password bug, hacks dad's Live account

Boy, they're starting young these days

Win XP usage down but not out as support cutoff deadline looms

Flee! Flee from XP, or from WAN sectors at least! - so say industry advisors

China's Bitcoin exchanges begin pulling down the shutters

PBOC crackdown taking effect