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Profit-hungry Ghouls raid corporate networks worldwide

And some folks flinging malware are prowling about too

Shark bosses sink teeth into booming ransomware market

If Cerber can do it...

He's a p0wnball Wizard, and he's twisted one Ubuntu-powered game

Hacker's supple wrist plants new imagery in and streams data from Hobbit game

Tech support scammers mess with hacker's mother, so he retaliated with ransomware

Net scum fall hook, line and sinker for infected .ZIP file

Running a DNSSec responder? Make sure it doesn't help the black hats

Systems can be roped into amplification attacks

#Shadowbrokers hack could be Russia's DNC counter-threat to NSA

Claimed NSA hacker outfit Equation group confirmed to be breach victim.

FalseCONNECT sends vendors scrambling to patch proxy MITM bug

Protocols pwned, but patches parachuted for many popular platforms

PGP admins: Kill short keys now, or Alice will become Chuck

Someone's impersonating the likes of Linus Torvalds with attacks via keyservers

Hey crims: Stumped on where to invest? Try this global franchise. No experience needed!

Worldwide Cerber ransomware franchise exposed

VeraCrypt security audit: Four PGP-encoded emails VANISH

Researchers fear spies are about

China launches quantum satellite to test spooky action at a distance

Entangled photons will also be used for encryption key exchange … in Spaaaaaaace

White hat pops Windows User Account Control with log viewer data

PowerShell your way to user hell

Brisbane council loses $500k to scammers

Email and a phone call enough to secure nine payments.

Researchers crack homomorphic encryption

Thankfully nobody's using it yet

Shadow Broker hacking group auctions off claimed NSA online spy tools

Did someone crack Equation Group or are they scammers?

Google AdSense abused to distribute Android spyware

Svpeng Trojan incoming!

Christians Against Poverty pleads for forgiveness over data breach

Bank details, phone numbers and more go AWOL

Cisco security crew uncovers bug in industrial control kit

Firmware manipulating string luckily not documented

IT snafu takes down Action Fraud's web crime reporting form

Cops: This doesn't appear to be the work of hackers

Pen-test trio crafts 'Datasploit' tool for easy social engineering

Black Hat Shiny GUI makes ruining someone's life fun and easy!

Russian sports doping whistleblower fears for safety after hack

Yuliya Stepanova fears her cover has been blown by parties unknown

POS malware stings 20 US hotels

Coincidence, or more MICROS fallout?

Air gap breached by disk drive noise

Video Attack still needs malware, can be defeated by silent solid state disks

Forensics tool nabs data from Signal, Telegram, WhatsApp

USENIX VID 'Retroscope' smartphone app can retrieve your last five screens

Accountancy software firm Sage breached in apparent insider attack

More than 200 UK customers' data might be at risk

A Russian cyber-gang, the Oracle MICROS hack, and five more POS makers in crims' sights

Who, what, when, why, how?

DIY bank account raiding trojan kit touted in dark web dive bars

Roll-your-own-malware kit Scylex offered for seven large

How do you securely exchange encrypted-decrypted-recrypted data? Ask Microsoft

No keymasters, just keys

Meet DDoSCoin, the cryptocurrency that pays when you p0wn

Proof-of-work turned to nefarious purposes, like taking down a Census

Boffins' blur-busting face recognition can ID you with one bad photo

Developers warn that scary people are out there doing this already

Thieves can wirelessly unlock up to 100 million Volkswagens, each at the press of a button

Shared global security keys blamed

Imperva under pressure to find buyer after disappointing results

It's bolshy investor, yep, Elliot...

Hilton hotels' email so much like phishing it fooled its own techies

Looks like a phish, swims like a phish, actually just a shiny marketing lure

Linux malware? That'll never happen. Ok, just this once then

Nastyware targets badly-secured Redis servers, turns them into coin-mining monsters

McAfee outs malware dev firm with scores of installs

Just don't download anything from 'Lavians' - it's probably wrapped in horror

Indian hacking gang goes on three-year Chinese phishing trip

Gang has cunning way of hiding itself by using multiple names

Patch your vBulletin forum – or get popped

Is this how the Dota 2 message board was pwned?

$200,000 for a serious iOS bug? Pfft, we'll give you $500,000, says exploit broker Exodus

Market pricing comes to security flaw bounties

Linux security backfires: Flaw lets hackers inject malware into downloads, disrupt Tor users, etc

Analysis TCP networking code scores own goal

Raucous Ruckus router ruckus roundly rumbles: Infosec bod says Wi-Fi kit is weak, biz says no

Web UI bugs found, patches due to arrive

Instagram hackers add porn links and snaps to pwned accounts

No mum, I'm fine. Yes it's mine but... Will you let me finish?

Hitler ‘ransomware’ offers to sell you back access to your files – but just deletes them

Sloppy code is more risible than Reich, though