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Putting the ass in Atlassian: Helpdesk email server passwords blabbed to strangers

Exclusive Logins misdirected to wrong boxes by Jira toolkit

DEF CON plans to show US election hacking is so easy kids can do it

DEF CON Exploit contest opened for tykes – meanwhile, Republicans kill new funding for election security

Did you know: Lawyers can certify web domain ownership? Well, not no more they ain't

Legal letters, Whois no longer good for obtaining HTTPS certs

Castaway hacker guilty of sedating children's hospital computers

He'll almost certainly get more than a three-hour tour after DDoS strike on medics

Cisco drops a cool $2.3 billion on SaaSy outfit Duo Security

Switchzilla slurps trusted access into cloud to make it rain

Facebook's security boss is offski. Not to worry, it has 'embedded security' in all divisions

Alex Stamos's replacement not yet announced

UK.gov ploughs cash into creaky police technology

£100m funding for unified IT systems, biometrics, data exploitation

Do you work in a regulated industry?

Study If so, then this latest Reg survey is for you

Cache of the Titans: Let's take a closer look at Google's own two-factor security keys

Analysis If it's good enough for me...

Drink this potion, Linux kernel, and tomorrow you'll wake up with a WireGuard VPN driver

Secure tunneling tech hopes to move from module to resident

New Zealand school on naughty step after ransomware failure

Fortinet to lock the stable door, horse heads for horizon

'Unhackable' Bitfi crypto-currency wallet maker will be shocked to find fingernails exist

Pics Backed by John McAfee so you know it's going to be A+

The End for Fin7: Feds cuff suspected super-crooks after $$$m stolen from 15m+ credit cards

Three alleged ringleaders nabbed in EU, indicted in US

SMS 2FA gave us sweet FA security, says Reddit: Hackers stole database backup of user account info, posts, messages

Email addresses, hashed passwords, and other details from mid-2000s era swiped

Holy ship! UK shipping biz Clarksons blames megahack on single point of pwnage

Cybercrim either 'hit the jackpot account' or knew which one to target, claims infoseccer

Oooooh! Fashion! Yes, 1m-plus accounts on clothes, trinket websites exposed by lax security

Fingered e-commerce biz reckons just 'several thousand'

UK cyber security boffins dispense Ubuntu 18.04 wisdom

GCHQ: Yeah, but maybe don't make it too secure, ok?

Please forgive me, I can't stop robbing you: SamSam ransomware earns handlers $5.9m

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Dixons Carphone: Yeah, so, about that hack we said hit 1.2m records? Multiply that by 8.3

Retailer says probe found 10m records hit – but no evidence of fraud

Australians almost immune from ransomware, topping lists for data safety

OAIC releases data breach notification report

Pentagon 'do not buy' list says нет to Russia, 不要 to Chinese code

Protect and survive, or old-fashioned protectionism – we'll let you decide

How hack on 10,000 WordPress sites was used to launch an epic malvertising campaign

Crooks exploited legit web ad ecosystem – researchers

FBI boss: We went to the Moon, so why can't we have crypto backdoors? – and more this week

Roundup The good, the bad, and the ugly from infosec

Font of pwnage: Crims poison well with crypto-jacking code, trickles into PDF editor app

Hackers clone supplier's cloud servers to push tainted MSI files

Shock Land Rover Discovery: Sellers could meddle with connected cars if not unbound

Secondhand owners who didn't sell at JLR dealer can call us, says firm

Well, well, well. Crime does pay: Ransomware creeps let off with community service

Dutch court goes easy on Coinvault duo

Boffins: Mixed-signal silicon can SCREAM your secrets to all

'Screaming Channels', a side-channel baked into off-the-shelf Wi-Fi, Bluetooth silicon

How to (slowly) steal secrets over the network from chip security holes: NetSpectre summoned

Billions of devices potentially at risk – but Intel isn't worried

Oh no, what a rough blow: Cosco at a lossco over ransomware tossco

Shipping giant locks down US network infected by file-scrambling software nasty

Malware targeting cash machines fetches top dollar on dark web

Demand massively outstrips supply, researchers find

Sen. Ron Wyden: Adobe Flash is doomed, why is Uncle Sam still using it?

Techno-dem urges DHS, NSA and NIST to rid sites of buggy legacy media player content

US Homeland Security warns of latest hacker craze – ERP pwnage

Attacks on SAP, Oracle platforms incoming

Hey you smart, well-paid devs. Stop clicking on those phishing links and bringing in malware muck on your shoes

At Node Summit, coders served some humble pie

2FA? We've heard of it: White hats weirded out by lack of account security in enterprise

Plus: Appetite for internal pen-testing appears to be growing

Criminal mastermind injects malicious script into Ethereum tracker. Their message? '1337'

Etherscan XSS snafu could have been much, much worse

Intel Xeon workhorses boot evil maids out of the hotel: USB-based spying thwarted by fix

The story behind the quietly patched CVE-2018-3652

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