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Hackers' delight: Hotel cyber-cafe, er, business centers, apparently – US Secret Service

Arrests in Texas spark under-the-counter alert, we're told

Will GCHQ furtle this El Reg readers' poll? Team Snowden suggests: Yes

Poll Leaked wiki boasts of mischief-making, propaganda-spreading toolkit

Gameover ZeuS botnet pulls dripping stake from heart, staggers back from the UNDEAD

Zombies twitch, lurch to feet after FBI takedown

XSS marks the spot: PayPal portal peril plugged

Vuln was persistent but small, claims payment firm

FBI: We found US MILITARY AIRCRAFT INTEL during raid on alleged Chinese hacker

Accused of targeting F-22, F-35 and C-17 planes

Popular password protection programs p0wnable

LastPass, RoboForm, My1Login, PasswordBox and NeedMyPassword all flawed

Apache patch: Cisco catches up with ANCIENT Struts2 vuln

No fix for Business Edition 3000, though

We SO DO support Java on XP, maybe even JDK 8, says Oracle

Or at least as much as Microsoft lets us

New Doctor Who episode leaks online as proper trailer debuts

Take a Deep Breath and prepare for spoilers

LibreSSL crypto library leaps from OpenBSD to Linux, OS X, more

First cross-platform version of cleaned-up OpenSSL fork

Another 'NSA-proof' webmail biz popped by JavaScript injection bug

alert('Thomas Roth strikes again');

Miscreants leak banking baddie's secret source

Just a matter of time before Tinba Trojan copycats arrive

Do your execs take mobile security seriously?

Reader Poll Situation, tactics and air cover

FBI and pals grab banking Trojan zombielord's joystick

'Shylock' mostly spread through LEGIT websites

Exploit emerges for LZO algo hole

Take one Nyan Cat, add Firefox and hope your Linux distro has been patched

Infected Chinese inventory scanners ships off logistics intel

Malware pops ERP systems, gobbles financial, customer data.

Sydney coppers clobber cabbie carder crims

Chullora card cloning camp crashed

German government orders local CIA station chief to pack his bags

Sour Krauts arrest second local in domestic spy ring probe

Dodgy Google, Yahoo! SSL certs nuked in Windows – finally

Tools for snooping on google.com, gmail.com and yahoo.com users knackered

Adobe Flash: The most INSECURE program on a UK user's PC

XML a weak spot, but nothing's as dire as Adobe player

UK's emergency data slurp: IT giants panicked over 'legal uncertainty'

PM says rushed-through DRIP law will 'plug holes' in existing legislation

Silent Circle takes on Skype, Viber, mobile telcos with crypto-VoIP

But, hey ... we cut the roaming charges, mumble mobile carriers

Crusty API opened Facebook accounts to hijacking

Dodgy endpoint earnt research 20 large

China trawls top-secret US personnel lists – report

Attack homed in on lists of government workers holding security clearances

Brute-force bot busts shonky PoS passwords

RAM scrapers foisted on 60 terminals

FireEye patches OS, torpedos Exploit-DB disclosure

Researcher suspended after zero-day dump

Victim of Tor-hidden revenge smut site sues Tor Project developers

But EFF lawyer says deep-web team 'no more liable' than web server makers

Ex-NSA boss Alexander joins bankers' CYBER WAR COUNCIL

And he's joined by a former Homeland Security secretary

Snowden leaks latest: NSA, FBI g-men spied on Muslim-American chiefs

US Navy veteran? Lawmaker? Academic? You're all POTENTIAL TERRORISTS

ATTACK of the Windows ZOMBIES on point-of-sale terminals

Infosec bods infiltrate botnet, uncover crap password security

That 'wiped' Android phone you bought is stuffed with NAKED SELFIES – possibly

Infosec bods sound alarm after copping eyefuls of nudie pics

Weaponised Flash flaw can pinch just about anything from anywhere

This is a 'patch now or regret it sooner-rather-than-later' mess for you and webmasters

Facebook scuttles 250k-strong crypto-currency botnet

As noose tightens, VXer pleades: 'Stop breaking my ballz'

Teensy card skimmers found in gullets of ATMs

Hi-tech fraudsters treading more softly, but gas still yielding bang for buck

FAKE Google web SSL certificates tip-toe out from Indian authorities

Could go through root stores like a bad biryani

Russian MP fears US Secret Service cuffed his son for Snowden swap

Seleznev Jnr is 'prolific trafficker in stolen credit card data', it is alleged

Dear Windows Journal, today I got owned: 29 security bugs swatted

Critical fixes for Internet Explorer and more – plus an Adobe Flash patch

China's 'Deep Panda' crew targets Middle East policy wonks - report

Spy hackers now ignoring domestic threats - infosec bods

Panic like it's 1999: Microsoft Office macro viruses are BACK

VBA IS NOT DEAD, shrieks infosec chap

Computing student jailed after failing to hand over crypto keys

+Comment Sledgehammer once again used to crack a nut

IEEE expands malware initiatives

Clearing-house for software metadata

Doctor Who season eight scripts leak online

BBC asks fans to EXTERMINATE copies before they materialise