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Privacy, security fears about ID cards? UK.gov's digital bod has one simple solution: 'Get over it'

36 posts, Latest by Captain Hogwash at Monday 10th December 2018 15:34 GMT

Bethesda blunders, IRS sounds the alarm, China ransomware, and more

9 posts, Latest by Voland's right hand at Monday 10th December 2018 11:28 GMT

In case you're not already sick of Spectre... Boffins demo Speculator tool for sniffing out data-leaking CPU holes

15 posts, Latest by _LC_ at Monday 10th December 2018 14:41 GMT

Identity stolen because of the Marriott breach? Come and claim your new passport

29 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Monday 10th December 2018 15:38 GMT

'Say hello to my little vacuum cleaner!' US drug squad puts spycams in cleaner's kit

51 posts, Latest by Jay Lenovo at Monday 10th December 2018 14:52 GMT

Linux.org domain hacked, plastered with trolling, filth and anti-transgender vandalism

62 posts, Latest by msknight at Monday 10th December 2018 15:28 GMT

Brit bomb hoax teen who fantasised about being a notorious hacker cops 3 years in jail

53 posts, Latest by AdamH at Monday 10th December 2018 13:48 GMT

UK Supreme Court considers whether spy court should be immune to legal probes

26 posts, Latest by Tikimon at Monday 10th December 2018 15:06 GMT

Wow, what a lovely early Christmas present for Australians: A crypto-busting super-snoop law passes just in time

104 posts, Latest by Aodhhan at Monday 10th December 2018 13:26 GMT

UK spies: You know how we said bulk device hacking would be used sparingly? Well, things have 'evolved'...

56 posts, Latest by amanfromMars 1 at Monday 10th December 2018 09:39 GMT

Windows 10 security question: How do miscreants use these for post-hack persistence?

14 posts, Latest by zekepliskin at Monday 10th December 2018 09:16 GMT

More data joy: Email scammers are buying marks' info from legit biz intelligence firms

8 posts, Latest by Ledswinger at Friday 7th December 2018 22:13 GMT

Brits' DNA data sent to military base after 'foreign' hack attacks – report

31 posts, Latest by FlamingDeath at Sunday 9th December 2018 18:00 GMT

Pencil manufacturers rejoice: Oz government doesn't like e-voting

32 posts, Latest by Glen Turner 666 at Friday 7th December 2018 07:47 GMT

It's December 2018, and a rogue application can still tell your Apple Mac: I'm your El Capitan now

10 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Friday 7th December 2018 21:59 GMT

Talk about a GAN-do attitude... AI software bots can see through your text CAPTCHAs

25 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Friday 7th December 2018 21:38 GMT

Adobe Flash zero-day exploit... leveraging ActiveX… embedded in Office Doc... BINGO!

48 posts, Latest by whbjr at Saturday 8th December 2018 18:48 GMT

Estonian ex-foreign sec urges governments: Get cosy with the private sector on cybersecurity

17 posts, Latest by amanfromMars 1 at Thursday 6th December 2018 20:13 GMT

Now you, too, can snoop on mobe users from 3G to 5G with a Raspberry Pi and €1,100 of gizmos

25 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Friday 7th December 2018 21:10 GMT

GOPwned: Republicans fall victim to email hack

35 posts, Latest by Boo Radley at Thursday 6th December 2018 23:44 GMT

He's not cracked RSA-1024 encryption, he's a very naughty Belarusian ransomware middleman

41 posts, Latest by FlamingDeath at Saturday 8th December 2018 18:45 GMT

Yet another mega-leak: 100 million Quora accounts compromised by system invaders

15 posts, Latest by Jamie Jones at Thursday 6th December 2018 17:12 GMT

Customers baffled as Citrix forces password changes for document-slinging Sharefile outfit

39 posts, Latest by Gitboxster at Monday 10th December 2018 11:28 GMT

Container code cluster-fact: There's a hole in Kubernetes that lets miscreants cause havoc

3 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 5th December 2018 18:20 GMT

Czech yourself, Russia! Prague says its foreign ministry was hacked for more than a year

4 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 4th December 2018 14:14 GMT

Wanna save yourself against NotPetya? Try this one little Windows tweak

18 posts, Latest by FuzzyWuzzys at Monday 10th December 2018 05:51 GMT

AWS has a security hub, OpenSSL has a new license, London has a problem with cryptocoins, and more

11 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 4th December 2018 18:57 GMT

Warning: Malware, rogue users can spy on some apps' HTTPS crypto – by whipping them with a CAT o' nine TLS

20 posts, Latest by FooCrypt at Wednesday 5th December 2018 12:16 GMT

Giraffe hacks printers worldwide to promote God-awful YouTuber. Did we read that one right?

155 posts, Latest by 10forcash at Thursday 6th December 2018 14:01 GMT

It's 'nyet' again, yet again, for Kaspersky: Appeal against US govt ban snubbed by Washington DC court

18 posts, Latest by BoxedSet at Tuesday 4th December 2018 22:53 GMT

It's nearly 2019, and your network can get pwned through an oscilloscope

52 posts, Latest by 0laf at Tuesday 4th December 2018 09:27 GMT

Magecart fiends punch card-skimming code in Sotheby's Home website

9 posts, Latest by Rob Gr at Monday 3rd December 2018 11:30 GMT

Little FYI: Wi-Fi calling services on AT&T, T-Mobile US, Verizon are insecure, say boffins

17 posts, Latest by s2bu at Tuesday 4th December 2018 21:26 GMT

Marriott's Starwood hotels mega-hack: Half a BILLION guests' deets exposed over 4 years

106 posts, Latest by Mike Richards at Friday 7th December 2018 00:31 GMT

Q: If Pesky Pepper had a peek at patient papers, at how many patient papers did Pesky Pepper peek? A: 231

55 posts, Latest by UncleDavid at Thursday 6th December 2018 04:36 GMT

Support whizz 'fixes' screeching laptop with a single click... by closing 'malware-y' browser tab

121 posts, Latest by defiler at Monday 3rd December 2018 21:13 GMT

Here are another 45,000 reasons to patch Windows systems against old NSA exploits

39 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Sunday 2nd December 2018 10:04 GMT

GCHQ pushes for 'virtual crocodile clips' on chat apps – the ability to silently slip into private encrypted comms

132 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 6th December 2018 22:25 GMT

Big Blue shoos Db2 blues before rogue staff turn the screws in hijack ruse (translation: patch your IBM databases)

3 posts, Latest by funkyIBM at Saturday 1st December 2018 02:56 GMT

Healthcare billing biz AccuDoc 'fesses up to breach that blabbed 2.65m people's data

9 posts, Latest by a_yank_lurker at Friday 30th November 2018 00:40 GMT

GCHQ opens kimono for infosec world to ogle its vuln disclosure process

12 posts, Latest by amanfromMars 1 at Saturday 1st December 2018 15:59 GMT

Sorry, we haven't ACLU what happened in sealed 'Facebook decryption' case, but let's find out

32 posts, Latest by BobC at Sunday 2nd December 2018 22:36 GMT

Symantec comes out in swinging in bitter legal battle over security bug audit conspiracy claims

6 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 29th November 2018 20:41 GMT

Oh my chord! Sennheiser hits bum note with major HTTPS certificate cock-up

29 posts, Latest by MJB7 at Friday 30th November 2018 15:16 GMT

What the Dell? Customer passwords reset after miscreants break into Big Mike's IT emporium

5 posts, Latest by R Valentine at Thursday 29th November 2018 15:43 GMT

WhamWham, bambam, no thank you, SamSam: Iranians accused by the Feds of orchestrating ransomware outbreak

15 posts, Latest by Stevie at Thursday 6th December 2018 13:18 GMT

US told to quit sharing data with human rights-violating surveillance regime. Which one, you ask? That'd be the UK

48 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 30th November 2018 13:57 GMT

It's a patch bonanza as Microsoft showers its OS platforms with update love

24 posts, Latest by Anonymous South African Coward at Thursday 29th November 2018 14:28 GMT

Hot fuzz: Bug detectives whip up smarter version of classic AFL fuzzer to hunt code vulnerabilities

3 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at Friday 30th November 2018 23:30 GMT

3ve Offline: Countless Windows PCs using 1.7m IP addresses hacked to 'view' up to 12 billion adverts a day

34 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 29th November 2018 20:08 GMT

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