This gets interesting when you find your way into a mail server, says dev who found it
Do they use 'the language of hacking', including referring to themselves as a 'hacker'?
Haven't named and shamed car-makers though
The first owner might still have access. And the second. And so on
Mess in Windows graphics library can give bad hombres access to memory
Miscreant used stolen email accounts to cram crap into inboxes
34-month sentence and he has to pay his old bosses back
The Galaxy S3 is real but is its security FAKE NEWS?
Or switch it off, bin it, bury it, whatever's necessary
More evidence that security = happy customers
'Unlikely Hamas is responsible' – researchers
Crews have to land and move tactical info around via USB sticks. No, really
Rookie's bill targets visa applicants, may never happen
RSA USA Medieval terror bastards not great at hacking says ex-top NSA lawyer
Bill reintroduced to crack down on location snooping
We're! not! even! bothering! with! exclamation! mark! this! time!
Also locks down automotive and aviation electronics
Immuta to free up data scientists in 'highly regulated' environments
Avoid this wonderful malware on your network by black-holing connections
Look, don't copy: 'this is not an open source license'
Security working group has decided it wants to know what it needs to know
Smart card support busted? Redmond says: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Resistance is futile as probe demanded into environment agency staffers
Analysis And tech groups are starting the fightback now
Ra, Ra Rasputin. SQL injection is his thing
Can't get that bonus if the merger falls through, so meh, shave off 5% and let's go
Updated Consent wording not enough to prevent a spanking by the ICO
Researchers could listen in on meetings and plant backdoors
iPhone backups can be slurped for Mother Russia, say researchers
RSA USA Crypto panel lets loose at conference
RSA USA And hackers didn't have much luck either with other flaws in the mobe OS
Pay the ransom, or restore from backup. Choose wisely!
Security experts skeptical of encrypted messenger's claims
Amster-damn, that's a hell of a vulnerability to make browser bug exploitation easier
macOS gets patch for critical flaw in music app
RSA USA Private biz needs to push back against government pressure, says Microsoft prez
OSLS Open source has won, but victory may be fleeting
No crypto backdoors, more immigration ... says Republican head of House Committee on Homeland Security
RSA USA Is there something in the water in San Francisco?
Adobe and Nvidia on the other hand...
DDoSing over 100Gbps up 140%. Mirai worst but Spike peaks at 517Gbps
Updated Don't break my car... my achy brake-y car.. or is that do?
Summary: You're (mostly) screwed without preparation