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Top QLD sex shop cops Cryptowall lock; cops flop as state biz popped

Sweethearts cops sour deal

Adobe patches Flash dirty dozen, ignores 155 in Shockwave shocker

Sixteen code execution holes closed

Shock: Smartphone app to protect kids online does quite the opposite

What's Korean for 'Won't someone think of the children?'

AVG to flog your web browsing, search history from mid-October

Your secrets sold to advertisers

It's 2015 and a text file can hack your Apple Watch. IS THIS THE FUTURE YOU WANTED?

It's not the future we wanted

India to cripple its tech sector with proposed encryption crackdown

Companies must hand over crypto systems for scrutiny

Symantec fires staff caught up in rogue Google SSL cert snafu

When your business is built on making secret numbers, don't make it look too easy

Wanted alive: $1m for an iOS 9 bug to hijack, er, jailbreak iThings

Exploit-broker sets bounty for iPhone, iPad OS zero-day

Apple cleans up iOS App Store after first big malware attack

XcodeGhost dispels comforting notion that iOS is safe from malware

FireEye: The face of hacking is changing – and it's getting uglier

Sabre-rattling is moving on from the traditional miscreants, say infosec bods

iCloud phishing attack hooks 39 iOS apps and WeChat

Repacked malicious Xcode framework flogged on Chinese watering hole dev sites

Pentagon on manual mission to build nation-wide security database

Scorecard to list hackable ICBMs, office fridges

Techie finds 1.5 MEELLION US medical records exposed on Amazon's AWS

Systema Software investigates what went wrong

Oz court slaps down Dept of Immigration over 2014 data bungle

Cover-ups, unfair processes, just another day in the bureaucracy

Vodafone's woes worsen with new data-access accusation

Operator trawled a MONTH worth of texts to hunt whistleblower

Crash Google Chrome with one tiny URL: We cram a probe in this bug

How clicking on or even rolling your mouse over it will knacker browser

D-Link spilled its private key onto the web – letting malware dress up as Windows apps

Updated Friday firmware facepalm

SONY HACK WAS WAR says FBI, and 'we're still struggling to hire talent'

Cloudsec Cybercrims may be safe at home, but Feds dare them to go on holiday

Flawless Dutch does for cuffed duo in CoinVault ransomware probe

Schteve McClaren not thought to be involved in investigation

Screenshot malware targeted innocent online poker players

All in with Odlanor

'Intrusion' at makes for red faces at Red Hat

Signed downloads perused by parties unknown, who haven't done anything evil … yet

Britain's FBI wants 'Five Eyes' cosy hookups with infosec outfits

Cloudsec El Reg blows lid on NCA's 'colocation' dream with IT security bods

Patch Bugzilla! Anyone can access your private bugs – including your security vulns

Buggy bug bag bug will spill software secrets

SCREW YOU, FEDS! Dozen or more US libraries line up to run Tor exit nodes

Publicity over relay takedown drives demand

Malware links Russians to 7-year global cyberspy campaign

These Dukes of Hazzard don’t drive a 1969 Dodge Charger. As far as we know

Bible apps are EVIL says John McAfee as he phishes legal sysadmins in real time

BYOD? Nothing but spyware, says presidential hopeful

Schneider patches yet ANOTHER dumb vuln

Smart buildings, dumb vulns, does it ever change?

Obama edges toward full support for encryption – but does he understand what that means?

Leaked doc says no backdoors, doesn't grasp basics of crypto

US librarians defy cops, Feds – and switch on their Tor exit node

Plod FUD fails to ground pilot program

Shedload of security bugs squashed in iOS 9 – what the hell went wrong with iOS 8?

Apps hijacking devices, text files executing code

AirDrop hole deposits stealth malware on all pre-iOS 9 Apple devices

Clicked no? No matter, hackers can replace your apps anyway – so get updating to version 9

Cryptome founder revokes PGP keys after weird 'compromise'

Updated 'Holding secrets is a withholding racket'. Really?

Homeland Insecurity: OIG audit identifies numerous deficiencies

'May allow unauthorized individuals access to sensitive data'. You don't say

Cybercrim who fleeced students faces scramble to repay stolen cash

Launderer for phishing op has three months to return £630,000 or face another five years inside

Microsoft's 'anti-malware Device Guard' in Windows 10: How it works, what you need

Redmond unbuttons shirt to reveal more detail on hypervisor-based tech

NATO gets a front-door to look for Microsoft backdoors

Renews security contract with Redmond

Android 5 lock-screens can be bypassed by typing in a reeeeally long password. In 2015

Patch if you can, or use a PIN or pattern unlock code

Let's Encrypt certificate authority signs first cert

Campaign to encrypt all the web chalks up another success

How a massive campaign of booby-trapped web ads went undetected for too long

Malwarebytes illuminates Angler Exploit Kit strikes

Masses of Brit IT bods embroiled in leak riddle

Many partially doxed but who’s been pwned? Not us, says Kaspersky Lab

Thought Heartbleed was dead? Nope – hundreds of thousands of things still vulnerable to attack

IoT crawler reveals map of at-risk devices and computers

Compromised Cisco routers spotted bimbling about in the wild

Diseased boxen lassoed in four countries as malicious actors find their way into systems