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Smut-watchers suckered by evil advertising

'Millions' of Pr0rnHüb visitors offered fake browser updates

Fending off cyber attacks as important as combatting terrorism, says new GCHQ chief

Director Jeremy Fleming sets out priorities for intel agency

1,000 jobs on the line at BAE Systems' Lancashire plants – reports

Warton braced for job cuts

Video games used to be an escape. Now not even they are safe from ads

VB2017 Devs seduced by the dark arts of data collection and product placement

VPN logs helped unmask alleged 'net stalker, say feds

PureVPN assisted investigation of suspect

After selling his site for millions, founder hacked it for a second payday

Rigzone founder sentenced for data duplication scheme

It's 4PM on Friday, almost time to log off and, oh look, Disqus says it's been hacked

Put down the pint, a top news commenting app just got pwned

Microsoft silently fixes security holes in Windows 10 – dumps Win 7, 8 out in the cold

Versions in use by millions lag behind latest OS, leaving systems vulnerable to attack

FBI iPhone hack lost forever, White House mobe compromised, SSH – and plenty more

Roundup Plus: How SEC's IT staff begged for more cash

Russia, America dig into tug-of-war over Bitcoin laundering suspect

We want him! No, he's ours! Shut up!

Avast urges devs to secure toolchains after hacked build box led to CCleaner disaster

VB2017 Timeline of compromise goes back to April

Another W3C API exposing users to browser snitching

Web Payments API bugs, or perhaps features, can be abused: Lukasz Olejnik

How bad can the new spying legislation be? Exhibit 1: it's called the USA Liberty Act

Analysis Freedom doesn't mean what you think it does

Russian spies used Kaspersky AV to hack NSA staffer, swipe exploit code – new claim

Не делай из мухи слона, говорит Евгений

Dumb bug of the week: Apple's macOS reveals your encrypted drive's password in the hint box

Video High Sierra update derided by devs as half-baked

Spy vs spy vs hacker vs... who is THAT? Everyone's hacking each other

VB2017 And it's making threat intel much, much harder, say researchers

UK cybercops reacted to 590 'significant attacks' over past year – report

Phishing sites only stick around in Blighty for 1 hour, they boast

Bulletproof hosts stay online by operating out of disputed backwaters

VB2017 Russian Business Network alumni still very much in business, research suggests

India's national internet registry breached, but says heist was trivial

Local security firm says 15 Bitcoin buys enough data to take down the Indian internet

RAM, bam, awww ... man! Boffins defeat Rowhammer protections

New attack flips bits in uerspace binaries for fun and p0wnage

Open your doors to white hats before black hats blow them off, US deputy AG urges big biz

And don't forget to add in those backdoors, ta

Russian suspected of $4bn Bitcoin laundering op to be extradited to US

38-year-old said to be appealing Greek court's decision

Oracle wants you to drop a log into its cloud, so it can talk security

OpenWorld 2017 Larry E wants diverse log file formats tamed, so you can ask security questions in natural language

Sole Equifax security worker at fault for failed patch, says former CEO

Someone failed to order the patch. If it was you, c'mere, have a hug. And a new identity

Russian bot-herder and election-fiddling suspect closer to US trial

It's an international tug-of-war: Russia also wants to extradite Peter Levashov

Nothing matters any more... Now hapless Equifax bags $7.5m IT contract with US taxmen

They're just trolling us at this point

Oath-my-God: THREE! BILLION! Yahoo! accounts! hacked! in! 2013! – not! 'just!' 1bn!

Every user pwned, how's that $4bn looking now, Verizon?

Patch your WordPress plugins: Scum are right now hijacking blogs

Unless of course your site is so dull that a little hacker defacement will cheer it up

Schrems busts Privacy Shield wide open

Dublin Judge asks European Court to look at data flows all over again

MH370 final report: Aussies still don’t know where it crashed or why

ATSB wraps up, nine months after 'suspending' search

Un-Delled SonicWall beefs up firewall to wrestle ransomware

Newly-freed security vendor thinks it can drag users into cloudy security analytics

Patch your Android, peeps, it has up to 14 nasty flaws to flog

There's a nasty bug in media file handling – deja vu, right?

Equifax couldn't find or patch vulnerable Struts implementations

Ex-CEO says company stayed silent about hack to stop crims piling on with more attacks

HPE coughed up source code for Pentagon's IT defenses to ... Russia

Updated FSB buddies pinky-swore to let ArcSight know of any flaws discovered

Dnsmasq and the seven flaws: Patch these nasty remote-control holes

Linux, Android, IoT, you name it, they'll need updates if you use this open-source tool

UK lotto players quids in: Website knocked offline by DDoS attack

It could be you*

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