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Hackable intercom lets you SPY on fellow apartment-dwellers

Kiwicon He knows if you are sleeping, he knows if you're awake ...

VMware exiting 2014 with a bang and a security whimper

AirWatch p0wned, but vRealize and CloudVolumes realized and DevOps embraced

Cisco to release flying pig – Snort 3.0

Sourcefire's been making bacon, now wants you to fry it

Craft bazaar Etsy's security plan is candy to get devs talking

Kiwicon podcast Don't be that grumpy security guy people are afraid to approach

Microsoft pulls a patch and offers PHANTOM FIX for the mess

KB3004394 is a hot mess and the replacement KB3024777 was elusive

FreeBSD developers VANQUISH Demon bug

Hostile code injection averted

Elderly zombie Asprox botnet STILL mauling biz bods, says survey

Unkillable nasty still climbs out of the grave to this day

GCHQ, police to team up to hunt down child abuse on the darknet

Major crackdown includes new 'self-abuse' grooming laws

Charge Anywhere? More like Hacked Everywhere: Mobe cash biz admits 5-year security breach

Who's been spying on our network? Anyone know?

Crims at vendors could crock kit says ENISA

Secure procurement guide wants suppliers to disclose employees' colourful pasts

Your data: Stolen through PIXELS

Kiwicon Can't detect what you can't see, Oz hacker says

Blu-ray region locks popped by hardware hacker

ODM firmware allows code to run from USB sticks

Merry Xmas, Neohapsis, here's your Cisco-dollars

Advisory service borged

Microsoft lets YOU kill POODLE in Protected Mode sites

Christmas gift to be default by Feb

Security holes in iOS? We've heard of them, says Apple (as it fixes vanishing ringtones)

Still, the jailbreakers are happy with new 8.1.2 update

'Critical' security bugs dating back to 1987 found in X Window

27-year-old flaw and others slain in open-source patch batch

Taxi app Uber plugs 'privacy-threatening' web security flaw

Updated Forget VW, watch out for the XSS bug

Belden buys Tripwire for $710m: Will keep network burglars out of Internet of Things things

Firm hopes to fatten bottom line

Chinese responsible for 85 per cent of website scams

And Apple is their number one target

.Bank hires Symantec to check credentials

Soon you might be able to trust that financial email

Dirtbags dressed up malware as legit app using Sony crypto-certs

Code-signing certificate revoked in wake of discovery

RIP P4ssw0rd? IT giants agree to share patents to rollout two-factor auth

FIDO big dogs promise not to bone each other

It's nearly 2015 – and your Windows PC can still be owned by a Visual Basic script

Plus patch for Adobe Flash bug exploited by hackers

Coming to Blackphone: An app store loaded with privacy tools

NSA not added here?

Review mass-snoop laws regularly, says RIPA daddy Blunkett

Ex-home sec rants about 'traitor and thief Philip Snowden' ... who he?

Put me through to Buffy's room, please. Sony hackers leak stars' numbers, travel aliases

007, Natalie Portman, Brad Pitt all d0xed – report

Google App Engine has THIRTY flaws, says researcher

Java VM mess unresolved as probe crosses the line and leads to account shutdown

AliExpress patches account mass harvesting flaw

Names, addresses and phone numbers make ripe phish food

Zombie POODLE wanders in, cocks leg on TLS

How much is that doggy gonna hack you?

GSMA denies latest Snowden leak

No 'current' compromise, and our standards docs are public anyway

Linux software nasty slithers out of online watering holes

Windows-popping Trojan thought to be govt-built takes a bite from penguinistas

Identity thieves slurp Sony Pictures staff info – as CEO sends 'don't sue me, bro' memo

Attack 'unprecedented', claims Mandiant security

Home Wi-Fi security's just as good as '90s PC security! Wait, what?

'Fess up: half of you lot haven't changed your default creds

Manchester festival marketers fined £70,000 over spam ‘mum’ texts

Especially offensive to complainants who'd just lost their mothers

Orion hacker sends stowaway into SPAAAAACE

Terrestrial attack packs p0wnload aboard sub-orbital flight

Mighty Blighty filter tilter causes communications chaos

No way to Hack a Day

Kaspersky exposes SONY-CRIPPLING malware DETAILS

Looks like Shamoon, quacks like Dark Seoul

NORKS: We didn't hack Sony. Whoever did was RIGHTEOUS, though

Wrong-un Jong-un's dignity hurt by Rogen 'terrorist' flick, apparently

Plusnet customers SWAMPED by spam but BT-owned ISP dismisses data breach claims

Refuses to notify watchdog despite subscribers' fears

'We're having panic attacks' ... Sony staff and families now threatened in emails

Join us or else say messages purportedly from GOP hackers

The internet is less free than last year. Thanks a bunch, Snowden

Running around, warning everyone the NSA is spying on us all. What is he like?

Nothing illegal to see here: Tribunal says TEMPORA spying is OK

Rules mass surveillance is legal, in principle at least