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Facebook Messenger backdoor demand, bail in Bitcoin, and lots more

Roundup If you're not already suffering from Black Hat/DEF CON overload

SentinelOne makes YouTube delete Bsides vid 'cuz it didn't like the way bugs were reported

Updated Research silenced amid copyright, trademark claim

'Oh sh..' – the moment an infosec bod realized he was tracking a cop car's movements by its leaky cellular gateway

Black Hat Internet boxes blab coordinates on login pages

Web cache poisoning just got real: How to fling evil code at victims

BSides Manchester Cache me outside, how 'bout dah?

Shiver me timbers: Symantec spots activist investor Starboard side

Time for cyber-security firm to pull up the baggywrinkle?

Most staffers expect bosses to snoop on them, say unions

You’re not paranoid if they’re really out to get you

What happens to your online accounts when you die?

BSides Manchester The digital entropy of death

Who was it that hacked Apple? Ozzie Ozzie Ozzie, boy boy boy!

Protip: don't label your folder of warez as "hacky hack hack"

Juno this ain't right! Chinese hackers target Alaska

Tsinghua University blamed for espionage attack

Mozilla-endorsed security plug-in accused of tracking users

Web Security says there's nothing nefarious to its URL collection

Making money mining Coinhive? Yeah, you and nine other people

10 users controlling the bulk of cryptocoin generator funds

India's Cosmos bank raided for $13m by hackers

Report points finger at North Korea for cyber-heist

Support for ageing key exchange crypto leaves VPNs open to attack

Ancient issue causing new ones

Bitcoin backer sues AT&T for $240m over stolen cryptocurrency

Michael Terpin not happy about funds-draining SIM swap fraud

Baddies of the internet: It's all about dodgy mobile apps, they're so hot right now

Report lift veil on online fraudsters' current habits

Foreshadow and Intel SGX software attestation: 'The whole trust model collapses'

Interview El Reg talks to Dr Yuval Yarom about Intel's memory leaking catastrophe

Criminals a bit less interested in nicking Brits' identities this year

ID fraud drops to four-year low

Florida Man laundered money for Reveton ransomware. Then Microsoft hired him

Former network engineer gets 18 months in the clink

Patch Tuesday heats up with pair of exploited zero-days squashed – plus 58 other vulns fixed

Summertiiiiiime, and the hacking is easy

Hackers manage – just – to turn Amazon Echoes into snooping devices

DEF CON But it requires custom hardware, firmware and access to your Wi-Fi

Oracle: Run, don't walk, to patch this critical Database takeover bug

Flaw in House Larry's flagship product allows 'complete compromise' of servers

Three more data-leaking security holes found in Intel chips as designers swap security for speed

Apps, kernels, virtual machines, SGX, SMM at risk from attack

CVE? Nope. NVD? Nope. Serious must-patch type flaws skipping mainstream vuln lists – report

Infosec firm fingers 'decentralised' reporting

May the May update be with you: OpenSSL key sniffed from radio signal

'One and Done' attack patched in library's May 2018 release

Faxploit: Retro hacking of fax machines can spread malware

Video 20th Century tech causing problems in the 21st

Cisco patches IOS in response to boffins' IKE-busting breakthrough

Switchzilla issues update for authentication bypass flaw

Intel finally emits Puma 1Gbps modem fixes – just as new ping-of-death bug emerges

Broadband-throttling bug finally gets a write-up and CVE

It's official: TLS 1.3 approved as standard while spies weep

Now all you lot have to actually implement it

US voting systems: Full of holes, loaded with pop music, and 'hacked' by an 11-year-old

DEF CON Pen and paper is still king in America election security

Criminal justice software code could send you to jail and there’s nothing you can do about it

DEF CON Trade secrets are trumping personal liberty

Prank 'Give me a raise!' email nearly lands sysadmin with dismissal

Who, Me? Staffer learns hard way: boss jokes don't mix well with infosec demos

Former NSA top hacker names the filthy four of nation-state hacking

DEF CON Carefully omits to mention the Land of the Free

UK cyber cops: Infosec pros could help us divert teens from 'dark side'

Police seek mentor-like techies to help talented kids

Snap code snatched, Pentagon bans bands, pacemakers cracked, etc

Roundup New zero-day vendor opens up shop, and more in infosec this week

The off-brand 'military-grade' x86 processors, in the library, with the root-granting 'backdoor'

Black Hat Dive into a weird and wonderful 'feature' of Via's embedded hardware chips

Hi-de-Hack! Redcoats red-faced as Butlin's holiday camp admits data breach hit 34,000

Updated Staff opened phishing email

Congresscritters want answers on Tillerson's rm -rf /opt/gov/infosec

Reps probe Rex's wrecking ball job on crucial Cyber Issues office

Google Spectre whizz kicked out of Caesars, blocked from DEF CON over hack 'attack' tweet

Updated 'Chaos specialist' Linton's e-quip backfires

Hackers can cook you alive using 'microwave oven' sat-comms – claim

Black Hat Planes, ships, military equipment at risk due to backdoors, vulns

Encryption doesn't stop him or her or you... from working out what Thing 1 is up to

Why we hardly have to sniff the packet to know you play tennis with an IoT racket

Spec-exec CPU bugs sweep hacking Oscars – and John McAfee’s in there like a bullet

Black Hat Fun and frolics at the 2018 Pwnie Awards

Can we talk about the little backdoors in data center servers, please?

Black Hat Remote management a double-edged sword, IT admins warned at hacking conference

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