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Sweden leaked every car owners' details last year, then tried to hush it up

Another day, another botched government contract

But how does our ransomware make you feel?

Psychology of ransomware threats unpicked

Moneysupermarket fined £80,000 for spamming seven million customers

Go compare the original opt-out request, firm told

So, FCC, how about that massive DDoS? Hello? Hello...? You still there?

Updated Like trying to get blood out of a stone

US Homeland Sec boss has snazzy new laptop bomb scanning tech – but admits he doesn't know what it's called

Fscking nerds, Secretary John Kelly sighs

Alphabay shutdown: Bad boys, bad boys, what you gonna do? Not use your Hotmail...

Analysis ...or the Feds will get you ♪

UK uni warns students of phishers trying to nick their tuition fees

♪ You shall have a phishy on a little dishy when the hack comes in

Cops harpoon two dark net whales in megabust: AlphaBay and Hansa

Tor won't shield you, warn Feds

The eyes have IT: TSB to roll out iris-scanning tech for mobile banking

Biometrics, certificates combo to shore up security

No one still thinks iOS is invulnerable to malware, right? Well, knock it off

As platform's popularity rose, so did its allure to miscreants

HMS Frigatey Mcfrigateface given her official name

It's Glasgow, before you lot get too excited

Yeah, WannaCry hit Windows, but what about the WannaCry of apps?

Patching done proper

Crazy bug of the week: Gnome Files' .MSI parser runs evil VBScripts

Grab a fix now

Remember that Citadel bank-slurping malware? Its main man was just jailed for five years

Trojan was used to swipe $500m from victims' accounts

Dahua cameras stung by Web interface bug

Long paassssswwwwwoooorrrd risks remote code execution

$30 million below Parity: Ethereum wallet bug fingered in mass heist

Crypto-cash leak made possible by software stuff-up

Apple hurls out patches for dozens of security holes in iOS, macOS

Project Zero, GCHQ, and city of Mishawaka, Indiana among credited bug-hunters

School of card knocks: Russophone criminals offered online courses in credit card fraud

Обратите внимание на спину!

Targeted, custom ransomware menace rears its ugly head

No spraying and praying here, just precise, exorbitant attacks

Solaris, Java have vulns that let users run riot

What's big, red and has 308 patches, 30 of them critical? Oracle's quarterly patch dump

Let's harden Internet crypto so quantum computers can't crack it

Draft blends asymmetric public/private key encryption and one-time pad analogs

Iranian duo charged with hacking US missile simulation software biz

Blokes allegedly lifted, cracked export-restricted rocketry design app to tout it in Iran

Google G-Suite spotted erecting stiff member vetting tool

App verification signage aims to give phishing the finger

China's censorship cyber-missiles shoot down pics flying through WhatsApp, chat apps

Death of Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo reveals new powers

CoinDash crowdfunding hack further dents trust in crypto-trading world

$7m pilfered from investors, white hats on the trail

Air, sea drones put through their paces on Solent testing range

Roboat firms and pals pile in

Insurers claim cyber calamities could cost more than Hurricane Sandy

Analysis But then again they would say that, wouldn't they?

Dow Jones index – of customers, not prices – leaks from AWS repo

S3 bucket was set to authenticate all AWS users, not just Dow Jones users

FreeRADIUS fragged by fuzzer – by invitation – and fifteen fails found

Bug fixes shipped for all supported versions

Dev to El Reg: Making web pages pretty is harder than building crypto

+Comment 'Brandis.io' secures messages with APIs and 445 lines of JavaScript, so good luck with crypto-cracking laws!

Cisco plugs command-injection hole in WebEx Chrome, Firefox plugins

Make sure you've updated if you're using Windows

Forgotten your Myspace password? Just a name, username, DoB will get you in – and into anyone else's, too

Blast from the past blasted

Facebook users pwnd by phone with account recovery vulnerability

Another lonely day, with no one but FB, oh... I'll send an SMS to the world

Ashley Madison throws US$11.2m on the bed to mop up leak affair

Life is short, have a quick buck

Burglary in mind? Easy, just pwn the home alarm

'Have to admit, it's getting better' ... no, actually, it's not

Beware, sheep rustlers of the South West of England! Police drone spy unit gets to work

+Comment Devon and Cornwall plod start using RC quadcopters

Dark web souk AlphaBay shuts for good after police raids

Server update

Want to kill your IT security team? Put the top hacker in charge

BSides spills the beans on how to manage white hats at work

Kerberos bypass, login theft bug slain by Microsoft, Linux slingers

Only took two decades to spot dodgy authentication mechanisms

Another day, another mass domain hijacking

Gandi admits logins stolen, 750 web addresses pointed to malware

No big deal. You can defeat Kaspersky's ATM antivirus with a really fat executable

After you've gained arbitrary execution on the cash machine, natch

Bupa: Rogue staffer stole health insurance holders' personal deets

Names, phone numbers, emails released into the wild

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