Patch, then patch this, this, this, this, this, this, this, and this
CloudFlare Internet Summit Silicon Valley's uneasy alliance with Washington
Feds' 'request for comment' to school bomb threat teen was loaded with malware
An HTTP 301, you say? Oh deary me
Gaming, software industries bear brunt raw packet assaults
Account opening ammo goes up for sale.
Old Apples, modded Androids, most at risk from Chinese DualToy trojan
Play Store 'error state' just kept trying to find you even though GPS was out of reach
Backdoor-within-a-backdoor enables significant naughtiness
Other nations' crackers deal in code only, but in France things are seriously nasty
Promo Learn from the experts
Britain-based certification body pleased about 'huge growth'
... and gov wants more of our data?
Just US$2132 gets you half a dozen live Navy.mil accounts
Plan calls for ISPs to sign on for attack blocking system
'No More Ransom' alliance gives users decryption and defence tools
Mountain View slings quick fix
Javelin Spear phishing from Russia cracked admin account
Mega Patch Tuesday Windows, Win Server, Office, Edge, IE, Silverlight, Flash, iOS, watchOS...
Mystery fake base stations around London will remain unexplained
Updated Good news: Oracle sneaked some patches out
Phishing emails promise free money
Usual drill, change passwords
One killer trojanised app or $100k of hardware is enough.
Users kind of, almost told just how deep Dropbox goes into their accounts
Analysis Cracking the grey market in rent-a-borkers
Electromagnetic fields aren't a miscreant's magic key, though
There's not much more than fine print between stress testing and DDoS-as-a-service
Peek-a-boo to fans of Pikachu
Update All attackers have to do is upload a file into a public folder. No password. No nothing
Leaker tells El Reg his dumps are justified because they trigger password resets
Tamper-proofing and shielding against side attacks on the agenda
Nowhere near as bad as its ten-day Christmas cracker, but something seems to be afoot
Workers furious that HR fell for phishing scam
Privacy worries bubble up after Health Sec's announcement
New cyber triage to fight malware plagues
When even the pornographers think you've got a problem, you've really got a problem
Web giant will start labeling insecure websites insecure
Analysis Triple whammy of bugs in popular open-source platform
Capture the flag romp will offer chance to do the thing governments everywhere fear
BitDefender's senior threat analyst Bogdan Botezatu despairs of IoT security