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Enigma message crack honours pioneering Polish codebreakers

Plus: The Reg chats to wartime Bombe operator Ruth Bourne

Scottish brewery recovers from ransomware attack

Updated Trouble ferments after hackers lock system and Arran with it

Never mind Brexit. UK must fling more £billions at nuke subs, say MPs

New boats, decommissioning old ones, skills shortage...

Dead retailer's 'customer data' turns up on seized kit, unencrypted and very much for sale

Infosec bod claims he glimpsed sensitive personal info left on unwiped servers

Guilty: The Romanian ransomware mastermind who infected Trump inauguration CCTV cams

Mediocre malware operator 'fesses up to DC infection

Microsoft's Jet crash: Zero-day flaw drops after deadline passes

Updated Don't click on that dodgy link, people

Developer goes rogue, shoots four colleagues at ERP code maker

Gunman dead and now named by cops, one worker in critical condition, two serious

NSS Labs sues antivirus toolmakers, claims they quietly conspire to evade performance tests

Alleges CrowdStrike, Symantec, ESET, Anti-Malware Testing Standards Org collusion

No, that Sunspot Solar Observatory didn't see aliens. It's far more grim

Janitor probed over child sex abuse image allegations, facility reopens

Securing industrial IoT passwords: For Pete's sake, engineers, don't all jump in at once

Comment If the networked kit needs to work for 10 years, you need to think policy

Sealed with an XSS: IT pros urge Lloyds Group to avoid web cross talk

Online login details could be harvested by miscreants – bank says: We're secure

Congrats on keeping out the hackers. Now, you've taken care of rogue insiders, right? Hello?

Comment And you're doing it in real time, yes? Is that a no?

No, the Mirai botnet masters aren't going to jail. Why? 'Cos they help Feds nab cyber-crims

Probation, comm service for poachers turned gamekeepers

What's that smell? Oh, it's Newegg cracked open by card slurpers

Fresh from British Airways hack, Magecart strikes again

Oi, you. Equifax. Cough up half a million quid for fumbling 15 million Brits' personal info to hackers

Updated UK watchdog demands max penalty after security snafu

Patch for EE's 4G Wi-Fi mini modem nails local privilege escalation flaw

Better update if you leave your laptop unattended in public...

National Museum of Computing to hold live Enigma code-breaking demo with a Bombe

Turing-Welchman machine to do its thing – with original wartime operator present

Why waste away in a cubicle when you could be a goddamn infosec neuromancer on £50k*?

Basically what UK.gov is selling as it moves to plug skills gap

Who ate all the PII? Not the blockchain, thankfully

GDPR be praised, new product keeps personally identifiable information off the chain

Judge: Georgia's e-vote machines are awful – but go ahead and use them

US court says no time to get paper ballots in place for November – eek!

US State Department confirms: Unclassified staff email boxes hacked

Pompeo's peeps get free credit monitoring after some inboxes cracked open, data swiped

'I am admin' bug turns WD's My Cloud boxes into Everyone's Cloud

Western Digital NAS machines vulnerable to hijacking via HTTP cookies

Biz! Formerly! Known! As! Yahoo! Settles! Data! Breach! Cases! To! The! Tune! Of! $47m!

Didja think we'd get rid of the exclaims just 'cos you're Altaba now?

Oh Smeg! Hacked white goods maker resurfaces after system shutdown

'No reason to believe' customer deets compromised

C'mon, biz: Give white hats a chance to tell you how screwed you are

... before black hats prove it

TV Licensing admits: We directed 25,000 people to send their bank details in the clear

Finally said yes to HTTPS

Just 13 – no, er, make that 3,200 punters hit in Oz's Perth Mint hack

Unnamed third-party provider spaffed customer data

Check out this link! It's not like it'll crash your iPhone or anything (Hint: Of course it will)

A few lines of code that Apple's browser simply can't handle

Brit airport pulls flight info system offline after attack by 'online crims'

No flight delays at Bristol base, miraculously*

Who's hacking into UK unis? Spies, research-nickers... or rival gamers living in res hall?

Report fingers students and staff for academic cyber-attacks

Tick-tock, tick-tock. Oh, that's just the sound of compromised logins waiting to ruin your day

Comment Nothing is secure, everything is hackable. Wisdom

Equifax IT staff had to rerun hackers' database queries to work out what was nicked – audit

And let security kit fail for 10 months due to bad cert

Kronos crims go retro, Apple builds cop portal, Swiss cheesed over Russian hack bid, etc

Roundup Plus Grindr stalkers find a few good men illictly

Docker fave Alpine Linux suffers bug miscreants can exploit to poison containers

Now that's poetic, Justicz: Update apk and images now

Security procedures are good – follow them and you get to keep your job

Sidestepping them to be 'more productive' impresses no one

Veeam holds its hands up, admits database leak was plain 'complacency'

Co-CEO: 'We should have done a better job'

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