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Top infosec top bods praise and damn in Pwnie Awards

Black Hat Remember (Sad)Badlock? They do

Hackers detail the blood and guts of the 2016 Pwn2Own exploit expo

Black Hat Kernel carnage bashes browsers and punishes plug-ins

Microsoft adds new 'Enterprise Products' section to privacy policy

Careful what you tell Azure: Redmond has given itself the right to spam your buddies

Kaspersky upends sofa, finds US$50k for bug bounties

Careful with that axe hack, Eugene

Users of secure chat app Telegram popped after possible nation-state attack

Black Hat Iran's government suspected of cracking down on encrypted comms

Oops, they did it again: Cisco finds new vulns in kit it patched in June

Switches need urgent attention, and UC kit needs cuddles to prevent crashes

Smart TVs, satellites, and billboards all hacked in Ukrainian war

Black Hat NATO analysis shows cyberwarfare is getting smarter and nastier

Classic Shell, Audacity downloads infected with retro MBR nuke nasty

Gonna party like it's 1989

Forget card skimmers, chip-card shimmers will be your next nightmare

Black Hat Account-sniffing Raspberry-Pi-powered kit hidden in cash-machine slots

Oz stats bureau deploys a bot to harvest Twitter IDs

Which genius thought it was a good idea to cheerily send messages without opt-in?

Forget security training, it's never going to solve Layer 8 (aka people)

Black Hat Human curiosity will always trump anti-phishing schemes

Cloud backup biz IDrive hits password reset button to head off crims exploiting lazy logins

Passphrase re-use thrown into the spotlight – again

Bloke faces years in the clink for using hacker-leaked press releases in $30m trading scam

He bought shares based on stolen newswire articles

Snitches get stitches: Little Snitch bugs were a blessing for malware

DEF CON Now-patched kernel-level flaw in OS X app firewall will be revealed this week

Kaminsky: The internet is germ-ridden and it's time to sterilize it

Black Hat Three pieces of tech to make computing safer

Two first-gen flaws carried over to HTTP/2, warn security bods

Black Hat Quartet of weaknesses include ancient vuln from 2009

Sealed with an XSS: Popular vulnerabilities probed

You don't have to be an infosec genius to protect yourself

$67M in bitcoin stolen as hacking typhoon lashes Hong Kong's Bitfinex

Withdrawal limits mysteriously evaporated as someone lifted the loot

Norks hacks 90 Southern officials, journalists

Bad security advice ensures endless joy for the North

IBM stalks Vegas to swell newly-formed pen-test squad

Black Hat Big Blue's 'X-Force Red ' already has already hired a hundred hackers

Reminder: IE, Edge, Outlook etc still cough up your Windows, VPN credentials to strangers

Updated Take precautions – like using a strong passphrase

Going! going! pwned? 200! million! Yahoo! logins! leaked! allegedly!

Updated Legit or not, they're on sale on the dark web

Chinese Android smartphone firm: It packs a dedicated crypto chip

Which means... what exactly?

FireEye admits filtering out legitimate emails in sniffer snafu

Benign messages frogmarched into quarantine

Hackers brew Intel chip defence kit to neuter budding exploits

Black Hat Researchers claim they can stop malware before it executes

Pass the hash for peace, love and security in the quantum computing age

Boffins smokin' idea to share parts of keys to cook quantum-proof crypto

Black Hats control Jeep's steering, kill brakes

Black Hat video Tiny device could drive remote CAN bus assassinations

Australian spooks' email guide banishes MS Word macros, JavaScript

The Defence Signals Directorate says scripts don't belong in your inbox

Android's latest patches once again remind us: It's Nexus or bust if you want decent security

Or buy something that doesn't use a Qualcomm Snapdragon

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has made a hash of the census

Bootnoted Promising wonderful outcomes without explaining privacy protection burns the public's trust

FBI electronics nerd confesses: I fed spy tech blueprints to China

Chinese handlers paid for his nights with hookers, five-star trips around the world

You think Donald Trump is insecure? Check out his online store

Updated Yuge security flaws, the best kind of security flaws, guaranteed incredible flaws

Your next flight is to Glorious China, Owners Of All South China Sea

Vietnamese airports hacked by propaganda-spouting ninnies

Hello, Barclays? Why hello, John Smith. We meet again

UK bank drops passwords, rolls out voice recog for phone banking

Meet the chaps who run the Black Hat NoC and let malware roam free

Black Hat It's not cool to kill a demo, but you can watch all the pr0n you want

Auto crypto algo validation? Protocol prototype here

New standard aims to escape the vuln/validation trap

Russia reports RAT scurrying through govt systems, chewing data

Trojan customised to target specific users, then goes on its merry way

Intel's Crosswalk open source dev library has serious SSL bug

You know the drill, people: patch and push

Mickey Mouse Club had Mickey Mouse security: Disney's Playdom forum pours out passwords

vBulletin forumware powering site is known as a sieve

Kaspersky so very sorry after suggesting its antivirus will get you laid

The 1970s called and wants its attitudes back

No need to panic, says SwiftKey, as email addresses, phone numbers appear on strangers' screens

Because getting someone else's keystrokes is just fine

Dem-owned-crats: Now its congressional committee is hacked

Updated And Hillary's campaign staff pwned, too