WordPress plug-in bug exploited in eight countries
Sammy says trust-known-MACs code is a feature not a bug
Remote locate, unlock, and start vehicles – using a fixed encryption key... ouch
Blames pricey SF rent for $350,000 insider-trading scam
App dev ransacked after gang used test/test login, it is claimed
20-year-old Herts man slapped with two years' stripey suntan time
SSH... it's Shishiga
Everyone, everything's a target for mysterious APT28 crew
Immuta debuts Projects for machine learning governance, 'interpretability is key' – CEO
Miller and Valasek spread the word on hacking archive
They're going to get plenty of LipChat
Even automated security tool thinks Redmond's snooping operating system is 'malicious'
'Stolen creds' used to swipe data on aerospace giant's staff
Updated This is nuts
Not sorry we did it – just sorry you're pissed off
Man alleges elaborate scam is slapping money out of online souk's pockets
Peter Levashov indicted over Kelihos as Russian carder Roman Seleznev cops 27 years
Hoaxer kept thumb drive of swatting calls
FireEye fingers Middle Kingdom infiltration teams
Slitheen tool smuggles browsers into cyber-Tardis
Pop-up requested permission to share data with nearby devices even when app not in use
Are teenage dreams so hard to beat?
Vulnerable unpatched systems expose exploitable SMB networking to world+dog
If you can access them in California, so can the Feds
'We should have done better' – the feeble words of a CEO caught using real hospital IT in infosec product demos
Understatement of the month: 'Mistakes were made'
Analysis Quick clue: President Snowflake is a compulsive liar
Traffic Alchemist turns base metal into gold
Sweet MFA... but there's no documentation available for users
Engineers working on firmware updates
Updated La la la nothing to patch here la la la
Not-so-bright API means web pages can use a W3C idea to pop your phone or laptop
Except we're not, of course, because that would be illegal
If you've stayed at a Holiday Inn you may have lost more than a good night's sleep (like maybe your bank card)
Massive malware infection slurps customers' privates
Who gave marketing agency access to super-sensitive address database?
Phishing, ransomware remain most pressing concerns
Podcast Hacker whizz and Veracode co-founder Chris Wysopal joins the crew this week to talk secure software
Updated Appliance vendor Hotpoint's UK service site is serving malware when you seek repairs
Research shows how web mapping service can be abused
Mega load of updates lands for tons of Big Red gear
File request under: 'Trash can'
Nifty dashboard shows the bitcoin rolling in
But are they just better at sniffing out breaches?