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Speaking in Tech: Nope, sorry waiter. I won't pay with that card reader

Podcast PoS issues? It's not like consumers have any control

Bungling Microsoft singlehandedly proves that golden backdoor keys are a terrible idea

Updated Redmond races to revoke Secure Boot policy

Funny story, this.'s 'open banking app revolution'. Security experts not a fan of it

Analysis They don't care for it. Say it's bad news

Apple says banks can't touch iPhone NFC without harming security

Australian banks complain Apple Pay is unfair without even reading T&Cs

Samsung: Hackers can't pwn our NFC payment kit. No way, nuh-uh, not true (Well, OK, maybe)

The South Koreans doth protest too much, methinks

Web pages, Word docs, PDF files, fonts – behold your latest keys to infecting Windows PCs

Patch Tuesday Everything's broken

Good news: Teen hacker gets 1-million-air-miles bug bounty reward. Bad news: It's United

There's always a catch

Google Chrome will beat Flash to death with a shovel: Why... won't... you... just... die!

Adobe plugin completely snubbed for HTML5

Internet of Car...rikey what the hell just happened to my car?

Complete/partial loss of control of your vehicle's systems? Yeah, possibly - IOActive

UK tops European charts ... for carder fraud

One more reason to stop worrying and love the Brexit

Windows 10 Anniversary Update crashing under Avast antivirus update

Intel Skylake drivers + Avast = kernel panic, BSOD

Google password fill effort could kill Android malware's best tricks

Small boost to login speed could be a big roadblock for Marshmallow malware

Big Red alert: Oracle's MICROS payment terminal biz hacked

Shops, hotels worldwide warned after support portal pwned

PCs’ PCs pwned: Irish cops probe mystery malware attack

En garde, An Garda

Brit network O2 hands out free Windows virus with USB pens

Aww, you shouldn't have. No really, you shouldn't have

Eye of Sauron-themed trojan targets Russia, Sweden

Necromancer-loving author wrote 'tricky' malware at its core

Stealthy malware infects digitally-signed files without altering hashes

Black Hat Grinding research finds gold in failed header checks

If you use ‘smart’ Bluetooth locks, you're asking to be burgled

DEF CON The bad ones send passwords in plaintext, the good ones can't survive a screwdiver

World's lamest ransomware authors won't answer fake tech support line

Pro-tip: Spend less on SEO and more on scrubbing the universal decrypt key from your code

Broken BitBank Bitfinex shaves 36% from all accounts

In the 'sharing economy' you pay when sites get hacked

'Nigerian scammer' busted after he infected himself with malware

Researchers able to watch wire-fraudsters operate in real time

Latest Androids have 'god mode' hack hole, thanks to Qualcomm

Nexus users move right along. Everyone else, read on and hope your mobe-maker fixes it

Video surveillance recorders riddled with zero-days

Kit from NUUO, Netgear has face-palm grade stoopid

Your 'intimate personal massager' – cough – is spying on you

DEF CON Bluetooth hack lets Australian researchers reveal your deepest desires

IT analyst: Oz census data processed as plain text

Data appears to be encrypted in transit, but not at rest

US Politicians tell DEF CON it'll take Congress ages to sort out how to regulate crypto

DEF CON Congressmen want to protect commerce, but also give law enforcement powerful tools

Symantec appoints first cybersecurity czar to woo hacking talent

DEF CON Uber-nerd Tarah Wheeler aims to build bridges

How many zero-day vulns is Uncle Sam sitting on? Not as many as you think, apparently

DEF CON Thanks, Obama

Three times as bad as malware: Google shines light on pay-per-install

New paper from academics and ad giant highlight size of problem

AdBlock Plus blocked in China: 159m forbidden from stripping adverts

Builders bemoan browser-based banner buster being blatantly banned

Classic Shell hackers: We infected FossHub so ransomware couldn't (and yeah, also for fun)

Peggle Crew speaks out on hard drive nuke stunt

Game over, security researchers – DARPA’s AI bug hunters are coming for your jobs

DEF CON First 'Cyber Grand Challenge' shows software can eat itself

Kazakhstan accused of hacking journos, activists by EFF

Black Hat Malware Learnings Make Hideous Detriment People of Kazakhstan

Phisherfolk phlock to Rio for the Olympics

Virtually, that is. Zeus trojan ported to bash Brazil banks

Hackers unleash smart Twitter phishing tool that snags two in three users

Black Hat Just. Don't. Click. On. Dodgy. ShortURLs. People.

Fortinet axes two per cent of workforce, chops 100 sales, ad staff, execs

Just a re-alignment of talent, no need to panic, move along, nothing to see here ...

How the HTTPS-snooping, email addy and SSN-raiding HEIST JavaScript code works

Black Hat No middleman required to ding sites for info

Apple joins the bug bounty party with $200,000 top prize

Black Hat Cupertino will match bounties if hackers donate them to charity

Microsoft extends bug bounty to cover Edge remote code exec

$1,500 up for grabs for those bold enough to bash browser

Jeep hackers: How we swerved past Chrysler's car security patches

Black Hat Clue: It involves physically breaking into a ride this time

Very peed off: Ohio urologists stay zipped after embarrassing leak

150GB of patient, internal files stolen? You gotta be kidney me – no, urine for a shock

Mastercard armours its contactless cards against relay attacks

Rest of industry still sitting on its hands over 9-year-old threat