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Oooooklahoma! Where the cops can stop and empty your bank cards – on just a hunch

Civil asset forfeiture goes digital and politicians wake up

Surveillance forestalls more 'draconian' police powers – William Hague

Infosec 2016 Let us spy on you or we'll choke off civil liberties, says ex foreign sec

Millions of 'must be firewalled' services are open to the entire internet – research

15m telnet nodes, 4.5m printers, TCP port 445...

Cyber burglars love to pillage Euro businesses they've pwned before

Hackers stay longer in compromised EMEA networks - Mandiant

Oh snap! Facebook zaps crap yap gap in web chat, natter app flap

Bug would have allowed miscreants to rewrite messages

Juniper: Yes, IPv6 ping-of-death hits Junos OS, too

Here's some firewall rules while we work on a fix

Calgary uni pays ransomware criminals $20k for its files back

Not the brightest lights in the harbor

FBI tries again to get warrantless access to your browser history

Two more attempts coming down the line

Why does an Android keyboard need to see your camera and log files – and why does it phone home to China?

Better yet, why have 50 million people downloaded it?

DNS security can be improved with cookies, suggest IETF boffins

For message authentication, not for tracking. Promise!

The Fog of Cyberwar: Now theft and sabotage instead of just spying

Infosec 2016 A conversation with Mikko Hyppönen

The rise and rise of Australia's community hacking conferences

Special report Forget filter coffee, jerks in suits, and awful hors d'oeuvre. Expect metal, craft beer and zero-days galore

MtGox collapse victims now picked off by phishing vultures

Lost your Bitcoins to Karpeles? Here's some salt for the wound

You've got a patch, you've got a patch ... almost every Android device has a patch

Driver bugs leave kit open to hijacking

NetSuite hacker thrown in the cooler for a year, fined $124,000

Run SQLmap, get sent to the big house

TeamViewer: So sorry we blamed you after your PC was hacked

'Significant' number of people affected yet 'incredibly small' portion of users

Will you get reimbursed if you're a bank fraud victim? Brits think not

Study into financial small print reveals Americans often get a nice surprise

Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter and Pinterest password was 'dadada'

'Idiotic' doesn't even come close to describing this

Wi-Fi hack disables Mitsubishi Outlander's theft alarm – white hats

Pre-shared key in owner's manual. Hmmm

GNU cryptocurrency aims at 'the mainstream economy not the black market'

'Taler' is anonymous-but-taxable and tied to actual money

New Android tricks for modern malware licks

Copy+paste crew rip off white hat proof-of-concepts and make them dangerously real

Redmond adds malware, phish warnings to Bing

Catching dodgy content

Tivo's new owner ponders binning its own boxes

Rovi floats deals with third-party box-slingers to get out of nasty hardware business

CryptXXX ransomware improves security, GUI, slurps Cisco creds

Net scum have figured out that crims like meaty upgrades on a short release cycle

100 million credentials from 'Russia's Facebook' go on sale member details cracked some time in 2012

On her microphone's secret service: How spies, anyone can grab crypto keys from the air

Boffins decode 'coil whine' while encryption code runs

TeamViewer beefs up account security after rash of PC, Mac hijacks

Stable door settles for bolt long after brief relationship with passing horse

SWIFT threatens to give insecure banks a slap if they don't shape up

Network also says it will impose 'baseline' security standards

Air-gapping SCADA systems won't help you, says man who knows

Faizel Lahkani sounds bleak warning over future Stuxnet-style attacks

'UnaPhone' promises Android privacy by binning Google Play

Marshmallow-based phone strips out Android's evil bits, devs vet all installed apps

'Irongate' attack looks like Stuxnet, quacks like Stuxnet ...

Thankfully it isn't as bad Stuxnet, but Siemens control kit is in theoretical peril

Facebook to kill native chat, bring opt-in crypto to Messenger

Facebook offers choice between bots and spies, or quiet privacy

Chinese bit-squatter information thieves dupe Taiwan Govt site

Payloads unknown

Want a job that pays at least $90,000 a year? Get into ransomware

Career progression may include very hard time, though

The least stressful job in the US? Information security analyst, duh

That's not a typo, we've checked and checked again

Flash. Bang. Wallet: Marcher crooks target UK Android users

Mobile banking trojan matches banks' look and feel

Trouble originating between chair and keyboard caused most UK breaches

And new EU laws likely to bring in bigger private sector fines

Anti-phishing most critical defence against rife CEO email fraud

AusCERT 'Please', 'thanks', and GUMMY BEARS will win over anyone, scam menacer says

Lenovo cries 'dump our support app' after 'critical' hole found

Win 10 OEM: bloatware strikes again!

Is a $14,000 phone really the price of privacy?

Sports enterprise AV, free Protonmail, and one mysterious crypto chip

Russia launches raids over Sberbank heist

Lurk trojan attack lands 18 behind bars in FSB dragnet

Oz PM's department red-faced after database leaks in the cc: field

Privacy, we've heard of it