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Hackers force innocent mobes to join ALTCOIN MINING GANGS

More likely to drain batteries than make cash for crooks

SEC mulls how to save markets from hackers: How about a CRACK TEAM... of advisers?

Regulator also debates stricter disclosure rules on attacks

When ZOMBIES attack: DDoS traffic triples as 20Gbps becomes the new normal

Junk traffic mostly floods in from botnets

Spooks vs boffins: MIT bods say they've created PRISM-proof encryption

Data's encrypted in your browser before it even gets to the server

Naver raver charged over 25 MEEELLION account breach palaver

£90,000 heist made possible after South Korean portal yields its secrets

Cisco ships six fixes for DoS bugs

Happy Thursday, sysadmins

Full Disclosure redux: under new management

Starting with a clean slate

Did Russians frame Ukrainian hacktivists for alleged leak of 7 million credit, debit cards?

All's fair in love and war, including online trolling

Passport PIN tech could have SAVED MH370 ID fraudsters

Integrated keypad security? They'd never have made it onboard

Chinese cops cuff 1,500 in fake base station spam raid

Thousands of devices, hundreds of millions of unwanted texts

Facebook flashes its One Tool To Rule Them All in security threat analysis

Code, or it didn't happen

Banks lob sueball at Trustwave, Target over breach

'Round-the-clock monitoring' spun out, missed vulnerabilities

Cybercrook? Bent on mischief? WE'LL GET YOU, vow Facebook and pals

Secure Domain Foundation will pull rug from under web miscreants

Bruce Schneier sneers at IBM's NSA denials

Security chap pens open letter to Big Blue blowing holes in Big Blue's open letter

Forget black hats – the best hackers are going grey and getting legit

Bug bounties make going legit a tempting proposition

Palo Alto Networks splashes $US200 million on Cyvera

Israeli TRAPS the prize as PAN boosts endpoint protection portfolio

Extortion racket borks Basecamp servers with 20Gbps web bombing

Project wrangling biz goes titsup for two hours after refusing to pay crims

It's 2014 and you can pwn a PC by opening a .RTF in Word, Outlook

Windows giant warns security flaw exploited in wild, but no patch available right now

Hey, Glasshole: That cool app? It has turned you into a SPY DRONE

Google Glass spyware can use users as surveillance drones

Interview: Cisco's security supremo on the Internet of Everything

El Reg asks Chris Young how we can stop the IoT becoming a $19 TREELLLION honeypot

Boffins working on debris float models to track MH370 wreckage

UPDATEChina claims its plane saw 'two relatively big floating objects with many white smaller ones'

US saves self from Huawei spying by spying on Huawei spying

Snowdenistas say NSA hacked Chinese company, accessed source code

Android update process gives malware a leg-up to evil: Indiana U

Old apps get access to privileges that didn't exist when they were written

Microsoft charges the FBI $50 for a copy of your private data, claim 'Redmond hackers'

'Syrian' hacktivists loot tech giant's servers, it's alleged

White House may ditch BlackBerry, adopt LG or Samsung, ignore Apple

UpdatedMore bad news for struggling Canuckphone as high-profile customer looks elsewhere

ZOMBIE iPAD PERIL? Cyberbadness slinger touts tool for iOS

Skype worms, Bitcoin slurping and more – yours for just £2k. Too good to be true?

They want me to install CCTV to see what YOU did in the TOILET

Something For The Weekend, Sir?Anti-social social media - it's for winners

ICO decides against probe of Santander email spam scammers

Not enough 'evidence' ... while readers insist unique-to-bank addresses used

'It is disappointing that the government secretly did this stuff'

QuotwPlus: 'DeepMind discovered cats on its own'

MtGox finds 200,000 Bitcoin in old wallets

Upside for creditors is prospect for refunds, downside is MtGox was clearly very disorganised

NSA 'hunted sysadmins' to find CAT PHOTOS, high-level passwords

Latest Snowden docs detail sniffing sysadmin activity to help attacks on carriers' routers

India's outsourcers look east with eyes on Asian tigers

China, Japan and South Korea could be next for Nasscom

Tor Project claims 'fake' Tor Browser sat in iOS App Store for months

Team Onion raises a stink over shady app which Apple ignored – until this afternoon

Google grabs Gmail-using HTTPS refuseniks and coats them with SSL

You'll take this mandatory encryption even if the NSA can crack it

'Arrogant' Snowden putting lives at risk, says NSA's deputy spyboss

TED 2014President Madison would be proud, we just need better PR, huffs bigwig

Symantec fires CEO Steve Bennett: To lose 1 chief is unfortunate, to lose 2 is OK, apparently

Financials are just fine, says chairman

'Weev' attempts to overturn AT&T iPad 'hack' conviction

Insecure servers are publicly accessible, argue defence lawyers

EA games web server was hosting PHISHING SITE – securobod

Old vulnerable software gave hackers a way in, claims researcher

Keep your quinoa, hipsters: Boffins back healthy slabs of choc

Now with added facts to spout while defiantly wolfing your bar

Planes fail to find 'credible' candidate for flight MH370 wreckage

Updated2Ships and new flights return to area where 24-metre objects spotted Thursday

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