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Red Hat smitten by secure enclaves 'cos some sysadmins are evil

Red Hat Summit Also reveals plans to replace Atomic Host with CoreOS Linux

Equifax reveals full horror of that monstrous cyber-heist of its servers

146 million people, 99 million addresses, 209,000 payment cards, 38,000 drivers' licenses and 3,200 passports

Android P to improve users' network privacy

Soon-to-be-staunched Linux network process folder bleeds info about smartmobe use

Hacking charge dropped against Nova Scotia teen who slurped public records from the web

Police opt to end charade over document download row

That Drupal bug you were told to patch weeks ago? Cryptominers hope you haven't bothered

Cryptocoin malware outfit takes aim at 'Drupalgeddon' bug

NSA sought data on 534 MILLION phone calls in 2017

Compared to 151 million in 2016, perhaps due to dupes rather than spy boom

Password re-use is dangerous, right? So what about stopping it with password-sharing?

If Facebook knows you use the same password on Twitter, both can hassle you to change

Cookie code compromise caper caught and crumbled

Ploy to plant malware in NPM's JavaScript registry foiled

Penetrate the mind of the cyber criminal at SANS London July 2018

Promo Sharpen your defensive skills

Fresh fright of data-spilling Spectre CPU design flaws haunt Intel

Chipzilla checking fresh set of CVEs in chip side-channel flaw

It's World (Terrible) Password (Advice) Day!

Frequently change your one random password – that's the ticket

European Space Agency wants in on quantum comms satellites

It's fun to kick entangled photons into spaaaace

Twitter: No big deal, but everyone needs to change their password

Biz does a GitHub, downplays security blunder as log file of credentials left unencrypted

Hurry up patching those Oracle bugs: Attackers aren't waiting

Honeypots swarmed on within three hours of patch release

Using Docker and Windows Server Containers? There's a patch for that

Remote code execution vuln found lurking in Microsoft's open-sourced shim

Quit WebEx now if you want to live! (Bad bugs, not killer slideware)

Cisco's Prime and Secure Access Control also have critical-rated bugs to squash

Oracle Access Manager is a terrible doorman: Get patching this bug

Security tool can be gamed to let any old riffraff into data

Fancy that, Fancy Bear: LoJack anti-laptop theft tool caught phoning home to the Kremlin

Stolen PC locator plays double agent, say researchers

Vlad that's over: Remote code flaws in Schneider Electric apps whacked

Putin the patch, critical infrastructure firms warned

Hands off! Arm pitches tamper-resistant Cortex-M35-P CPU cores

Sneaky processors look to keep lid on sensitive IoT data

North Korea's antivirus software whitelisted mystery malware

'SiliVaccine' uses ancient, stolen, Trend Micro AV engine and bad home-brew crypto

AWS sends noise to Signal: You can't use our servers to beat censors

Moxie Marlinspike bemoans Bezos' bit barns joining Google in Domain Fronting ban

Scammers use Google Maps to skirt link-shortener crackdown

Chocolate Factory's map service cuts commute times, URL lengths

Bitcoin hijackers found at least one sucker for scam Chrome extension

Victim of 'FacexWorm' malware clicked on random link from Facebook Messenger

Failbreak: Bloke gets seven years in the clink for trying to hack his friend out of jail

Michigan man caught rifling through county IT systems

Brit healthcare system inks Windows 10 install pact with Microsoft

Cash splashed from £150m cyber resilience pot

Thailand seizes server linked to North Korean attack gang

McAfee spotted malware-machine on IP address used for the Sony Pictures hack

Umm, Oracle – about that patch? It might not be very sticky ...

Security researcher says WebLogic fix can be bypassed, posts proof-of-concept

Windows USB-stick-of-death, router bugs resurrected, and more

Roundup Your weekend guide to computer security cockups

Ozzie Ozzie Ozzie, oi oi oi! Tech zillionaire Ray's backdoor crypto for the Feds is Clipper chip v2

Analysis Lotus Notes man has a plan... and a patent

High Court gives six months to make the Snooper's Charter lawful

Doesn't comply with EU rules, say judges, but you knew that

Hyperoptic's ZTE-made 1Gbps routers had hyper-hardcoded hyper-root hyper-password

Firmware updates pushed out to up to 400,000 subscribers

Power spike leads Chinese police to 600-machine mining rig

Six Bitcoiners cuffed for electricity heist

Win 7, Server 2008 'Total Meltdown' exploit lands, pops admin shells

Plus: Xen admins – you need to get patching your patches, too

ISO blocks NSA's latest IoT encryption systems amid murky tales of backdoors and bullying

Experts complain of shoddy tech specs and personal attacks

Hotel, motel, Holiday Inn? Doesn't matter – they may need to update their room key software

Eggheads craft skeleton cards to unlock doors in global chains

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