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Russia's national vulnerability database is a bit like the Soviet Union – sparse and slow

By design, though, not... er, general rubbishness

Yar, thar she blows: Corp-cash-stealing email whaling attacks now a $12.5bn industry

Business accounts worth their weight in gold to scammers

Trump wants to work with Russia on infosec. Security experts: lol no

Thanks for Putin that out there

'007' code helps stop Spectre exploits before they exist

Singaporeans boffins offer Spectre-protector as Fortinet ponders Android inoculation

Revealed in detail: World powers stuff spyware kit, how-to guides in dodgy nations' pockets

And tech industry doesn't get off lightly in civil rights probe

Irish fella accused of being Silk Road admin 'Libertas' hauled to US

Bloke extradited to New York to face charges of serving as drug cyber-mart's tech support

Sad Nav: How a cheap GPS spoofer gizmo can tell drivers to get lost

Eggheads reveal designs for causing navigation mischief for folks unsure of surroundings

Kremlin hacking crew went on a 'Roman Holiday' – researchers

Fancy that! APT28 fingered for Italian job

GitHub to Pythonistas: Let us save you from vulnerable code

Third language added to security scanner

Hope for Hutchins, Navy sinks contractor, there's another Russian hacking scandal, and more

Roundup Also, make sure you update your Juniper kit quickly

Two-factor auth totally locks down Office 365? You may want to check all your services...

A network's only as strong as its weakest link or worker

US drug cops snared crooks with pre-cracked BlackBerry mobes – and that's just the start

Analysis Same being used against ordinary US citizens?

Scam alert: No, hackers don't have webcam vids of you enjoying p0rno. Don't give them any $$s

Extortionists snatch weak passwords to shame victims

Indictment bombshell: 'Kremlin intel agents' hacked, leaked Hillary's emails same day Trump asked Russia for help

Charges filed against dozen suspected Russian spies

Bogus Mobile Device Management system used to hack iPhones in India

Baker's dozen pwned by tricksy attack

Ukraine claims it blocked VPNFilter attack at chemical plant

We won't say who we think it is but we'll point with our elbow...

Google's ghost busters: We can scare off Spectre haunting Chrome tabs

Site Isolation keeps pages fully separate on Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome OS

Now Pushing Malware: NPM package dev logins slurped by hacked tool popular with coders

Updated Tokens killed after eslint-scope utility compromised

Ransomware is so 2017, it's all cryptomining now among the script kiddies

Plus: Hackers take crack at cloud, phones come pre-pwned, malware's going multi-plat

Palo Alto Networks rattles tin, wants $1.5bn for, er, stuff and things

Loan notes to build war chest – yet firm denies it's eyeing up a fresh buyout

What can $10 stretch to these days? Lunch... or access to international airport security systems

Dark web does roaring trade in Remote Desktop Protocol hacks

Ticketmaster breach 'part of massive bank card slurping campaign'

It gets worse, say researchers

Tim? Larry? We need to talk about smartphones and privacy

Congress sends Apple and Alphabet a 'please explain', perhaps because Oracle asked

Timehop admits to more data leakage, details GDPR danger

Bad actor was inside social network for months without being detected

FBI for the Apple guy: Bloke accused of stealing robo-car tech

Engineer facing trade secrets theft rap for allegedly trying to defect with self-driving designs

Like my new wheels? All I did was squash a bug, and they gave me $72k

Bug bounty platform reports that vuln hunters are making bank

US military manuals hawked on dark web after files left rattling in insecure FTP server

Wow, so servicemen forget to change their default logins too

Infosec bootcamp, tools, exploit code, forensics and more: Get trained at SANS London Sept 2018

Promo Build up your network defences, prep for certs

Infosec defenders' supply chain is inferior to black hats, says Carbon Black CEO

Cloudy analytics as an experience aggregator to the rescue? Maybe

A curious tale of the priest, the broker, the hacked newswires, and $100m of insider trades

US, Russian, Ukrainians make big bank with pre-public info

Arch Linux PDF reader package poisoned

Trust nobody: abandoned code was adopted by a miscreant

China-based hackers take an interest in Cambodia's elections

Group named 'TEMP.Periscope' releasing RATs says FireEye

Intel, Microsoft, Adobe release a swarm of bug fixes to ruin your week

Massive patch dump with 112 fixes... and that's just for the Photoshop giant

AT&T abducts AlienVault to bolster business end of its security probing

Don't panic: The Open Threat Exchange is still online

Thomas Cook website spills personal info – and it's fine with that

Decides not to report code blunder despite Europe's new GDPR privacy rules

Another data-leaking Spectre CPU flaw among Intel's dirty dozen of security bug alerts today

Exclusive Chipzilla preps for quarterly public patch updates

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