All eyes on Lizard Squad
170 graduates and apprentices to be hired as part of recruitment programme
Psssst. Wanna buy a front door key, dude?
Visitors urged to give site a wide berth
Welcome to the club
Cyber crime is increasing in the UK as hackers get ever more resourceful
Qbot ain't no BB9
How to break reCaptcha system using Google tools and some AI
Won't somebody think of the children and their prospective parents?
Malware wants control of your PC
Paul Price is the king of the free slice
Web development languages remain vulnerable to spoofing and exploitation
Not very sportsmanlike
But it's not open to just anybody
Firms must identify the warning signals, says Imperva
Security firm shipped antivirus with remote debugger active
Password exposure is the new turd in the swimming pool
Plastic provider called in the law to restore access to its pocket purse
Get ready to book your staycation
But it was probably John McAfee
They could poison people
Is your certificate in or out?
Reports say that an Israeli firm has stepped up
But it can be fooled ...
One key to decrypt them all
Feds give away the secret by accident
Biometric tech makes your voice your password
We love the smell of greasepaint in the morning
Chimes in on unlocking, and brings up Steve Jobs
Hopes crypto craze will catch on
Malwarebytes says that it is going after publishers
Continues to argue for privacy and security
And almost 70 percent were targeted by email campaigns
Be careful not to get in .om's way
Meanwhile, Apple, San Bernardino, iPhones etc
Lock up your servers
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
It takes all sorts
Someone is keeping busy, but not busy enough
Fake email from CEO demands all tax returns to be sent to Nigeria. Probably
Looks 'virtual identical' to Linux server trojan, says Bitdefender
Craig Federighi ain't afraid of no Feds
Firm finally notifies affected customers
Except possibly Amazon
Bounties are on offer, as opposed to on heads
Shock development in case about privacy and civil liberty
Thought HTTPS meant secure? Think again!