NSA seems to have had rubbish security behind the firewall
Rise and shine, Ruby devs, it's patching time!
Contractor's systems believed to be point of entry
JTRIG active intelligence unit boasts of bugging and burgling
Current compromise not 'meaningful'
Updated'I had to sort everything by myself' alleges irate chap
'2 out of 3' major holes in router plugged: researcher
It's not like they actually GOT anywhere, but it's a cute boast
Finance firms reckon Waking Shark II should have featured espionage & malware threats
Cross-departmental body to figure out just what happened in Andhra Pradesh
... although they're not as quick as some FUDing would suggest
Ups serious open source fix reward to $10,000
'I plead guilty to 2 counts of conspiracy and these b*st*rds were doing the ... same thing?'
Threats issued to 'Russian Grindr' users and 72k profiles deleted, says exec
Researcher demos terrifying proof-of-concept malware
C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas la sécurité
Old malware, new trick
Bootkit attack hits '350,000 devices'
Company warns of active attacks on browsers
Open source crypto library helps lock down private data
Where's Matthew Broderick when you need him?
Complaints made to Advertising Standards Authority
'Nothing to see here, or it didn't happen, or if it did it was ok'
Crypto to slip through firewalls
Syrian Electronic Army take on tat biz overlords
Police impound servers and neutralise threat - for now
Spear phishing through LinkedIn did for Professor Jean-Jacques Quisquater
US Army droid teamsters 'avoid pedestrians' without trouble
Governments invited to Brussels for a look up Redmond's skirts
Big bucks also up for grabs for browser and app cracking
Darktrace plucks GCHQ bloke Andrew France for top job, Sacre Bleu!
Latest nasty blamed for theft of 49,000 punters' details
How bad is it? 1 in 3 can hunt you down at HOME - research
Report says sniffing was probably illegal as local Spookhaus defends actions
Web giant blames 'third-party database compromise'
Windows, Mac, Linux users - it wants your BRAAINS
Embedded kit depressingly riddled with cross-site request forgery vulns, says researcher
Just don't make it real data: feeding them fakes should see them off
'Hand over the password or your internet domains get it'
Remote code execution flaw could poison your Wiki