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Confusion reigns as Bundestag malware clean-up staggers on

Watchdog fears it would be easier to throw away whole IT system and start again

Poison résumé attack gives ransomware a gig on the desktop

Multiple rival researchers warn of Cryptowall delivery ruse targeting employers

Europol operation crushes phiendish global phishing ring

Man-in-the-middle diddle seared in legal griddle

It's 2015 and Microsoft has figured out anything can break Windows

Win 10 anti-malware analyser will peer into memory to kill IM-and-game-borne viruses

Vintage Ask toolbar is malware – and we'll kill Jeeves, says Microsoft

Redmond, in the butler's bedroom, with the iron pipe

Google wants you to buy Nest CCTV, turn your home into a Brillo pad

Pic Networked security webcam details ahead of launch

US Navy wants 0-day intelligence to develop weaponware

In the Navy, you can sail the seven seas, in the Navy, you can p0wn your foes with ease

4 new twists that push the hacker attack on millions of US govt workers into WTF land

You Really Won't Believe What Happened Next

OpenSSL releases seven patches for seven vulns

Flood of fixes to clear LogJam flaw

Decrypted WhatsApp chats laid groundwork for Belgian terror raids

Firm handing over plaintext comms helped us, say Feds

Duqu 2.0: 'Terminator' malware that pwned Kaspersky could have come from Israel

Infosec bigwigs differ — but it's definitely a state operation

Indie review of UK surveillance laws: As you were, GCHQ

Government pressing on with Snoopers' Charter

Cops turn Download Festival into an ORWELLIAN SPY PARADISE

Face recog tech, RFID tracking – gotta love Donington Park

Mozilla doubles bug bounties to $10k

Foxing the holes in the code

Super Stuxnet's SCADA slaves: security is atrocious

153 computers, six SCADA systems, most C&C points to Iran

But ... but iOS 9 could BLOCK my Ad-Block, dev squeals

Tears flow all across publishing, adverstising industries at thought

Russia's to blame for pro-ISIS megahack on French TV network

APT28 crew left their fingerprints all over this one

Kaspersky Lab reveals Duqu 2.0 attack ON ITSELF during Iran nuke talks

Malware may have come from nation-state team, says Russian firm

Unable to log on to online games? Blame cheap-rate DDoSers

Laying waste to human, elf, dwarf and orc alike, all for the love of gold

Israeli firm gets legal on Indian techie over ISP ad injection spat

Update Streisand Effect 2.0 kicks in as web laughs and points

Online identity woes can only be solved through the medium of GIF

Non-graphical bods seek vendor support for Identity 3.0

Trustwave: Here's how to earn $84,000 A MONTH as a blackhat

No ROI in security you say? Try a 1,425 per cent profit margin

Password-flogging phishing tool pwns EVERY iOS Mail app

Cupertino quiet on pop-up of doom

United Airlines accounts open to mass lock-outs

Web pests can inundate carrier'call centre

Industrial Wi-Fi kit has hard-coded credentials

Can't patch because there isn't one

Tech giants gang up on Obama over encryption key demands

C'mon, Barry. Quit trying to kick down our front doors

It's 2015 and hackers can hijack your Windows PC if you watch a web video

IE, Media Player, Office, and more, fixed in this month's security patch batch

Microsoft: FINE, we'll help your web sessions be secure, SHEESH

Patch Tuesday adds support for HTTPS Strict Transport Security (like everyone else)

VMware hypervisor escape via serial port? VMware hypervisor escape via serial port.

Virtzilla patches desktop host code-execution bugs

Adobe to hire security auditor to prevent repeat of password SNAFU

Privacy principles breached in 2013 hack, says Oz privacy commissioner

Sophos buys cloudy email security outfit Reflexion Networks

Om nom nom. It's buyout season alright

Freeparking hit by DDoS, vexed customers scream into abyss

Outage-prone company does impression of whore's drawers

NSA slapdown prompts Privacy Int'l to file new lawsuit against GCHQ

'Above the law', spooks? Let's test that, say campaigners

Undetectable NSA-linked hybrid malware hits Intel Security radar

While Flash malware nastiness detections quadruple – we're all clearly doomed

Obama issues HTTPS-only order to US Federal sysadmins

'Browsing should be private' says NSA overlord

Bitcoin blackmail gang start hurling DDoSes at Scandinavia

Cough up or we'll blitz you again, scum tell hapless marks

Les unsporting gits! French spies BUGGED Concorde passengers

Infosec 2015 Ex-RAF security bloke: Would have been dead easy even with 60s tech

Is that a graphics driver on your shop's register – or a RAM-slurping bank card thief?

Keep your eyes peeled for malware on Oracle-powered tills

Use SDN to smash tier one 'oligarchy', hacker says

AusCERT Toss DoS, stem MitM

Cisco: Nice things you got there. Shame if anything should happen to them

Interview: Anthony Stitt on fixing the dumb world of smart stuff

iiNet probes WestNet breach

Web scum sell database online, bods claim

Vic cops want 'potential radicals' off the Internet

Hand over your modem, son, we don't like your haircut