F35, F22 and Boeing data sent to People's Liberation Army
Patch Tuesday wasn't just about browser bugs
What could go wrong?
Oh dear, Big 5. Looks like the Others are growing...
Visa-backed survey gives fingerprint recognition the thumbs-up
Dormant Coder module? Kill it quick.
Decompiled code suggests blocks are embedded in the app
Traffic to Pirate Bay and others redirected to AirTel banned URL notice
Junos OS has been put through the wringer since that nasty backdoor scandal
New group including Bruce Schneier and Matt Blaze sworn in to oversee anonymizing tool
Software must automatically find bugs in rival code. Are you not entertained?
Spends pennies to protect drivers' lives
FDIC waited until after chairman was installed to reveal IT security horror, it is claimed
Re-used your creds elsewhere? Might wanna change those
Sundown's getting updates, possibly from Yugoslavian crooks
Here's hoping it's not a load of piffle
One of the messes munched this Patch Tuesday is very nasty, for you and Redmond
Man behind exposed.su document dump and swatting rampage jailed
NY District Court stings Stingrays and tosses out evidence
PIA tells users 'we logged nothing', deletes Russian servers from clients
Mozilla's safer-C programming language used to shore up media wrangling code
Plus: 52 security bugs fixed in Adobe Flash
When you've paid up, but there's nothing to unlock
A million sites are at risk. Again. So patch, please
Chap codes tool that scans social media sites to figure out where passwords work
Google's new cert policy should make it harder to chew through its mobile OS
Crypto Drop looks for tell-tale signs that files are being encrypted
QueenAnt proof-of-concept exploits exposed interfaces and sends coins the wrong way
Final update God-mode access token found in wildly popular app
At this point, it might be safer to just sleep in your car
Kaspersky found plenty of evidence... from public sources
Boffins embed barely-audible-to-humans commands inside vids to fool virtual assistants
Follow the malware
Vendor claims claims of vulns are tosh
Customers told to reset creds even though no leg-lifting password spray has wet the net
Beware lure modules in dark alleys ... and gaming companies hiring sysadmins AFTER their products get hot
DroidJack wants to peek-at-you
There's always a catch
Hey, this isn't the way to Chad's house... and who unlocked the doors?
That's a pretty large ring
Github, your ticket to world domination