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Apple publishes how-to guide for law enforcement data requests

Papers please…

Thu May 08 2014, 14:43

Instagram 'image viewer' apps pose a greater risk than phishing websites

Malwarebytes warns users of third party Instagram apps

Wed May 07 2014, 17:07

Emails suggest Google and the NSA are closer than we knew

Feds and Google sittin' in a tree, H-A-C-K-I-N-G

Tue May 06 2014, 17:13

Security attacks can cost businesses up to £1.15m each

Breach impact costs have doubled this year despite a decline in attack numbers

Wed Apr 30 2014, 12:31

Dell launches sub-£1,000 mobile workstation

More costly Precision M2800 has 1TB storage

Mon Apr 28 2014, 12:01

Cyber espionage and web app attacks were top security threats in 2013

As point-of-sale attacks decline in popularity, says Verizon

Tue Apr 22 2014, 12:40

480,000 personal details pinched in plastic surgery takeaway

Police pursue pilferers of potential plastic surgery punters

Wed Apr 16 2014, 09:49

Dropbox hits back at anti Condi Rice comments

Promises it will tame wild Rice

Mon Apr 14 2014, 12:45

Open Rights Group presses UK ISPs on Data Retention Directive

Most ISPs haven't responded yet

Fri Apr 11 2014, 14:02

Second eavesdropping bug is found in Google Chrome

Unplug your mic and put tape over your webcam

Wed Apr 09 2014, 17:05

Communications czar to launch inquiry into police data collection

British bobbies might have a collecting hobby

Tue Apr 08 2014, 17:20

Five year old schools Microsoft on Xbox security

Credited and commended by Redmond

Fri Apr 04 2014, 16:05

Microsoft: We won't read your private emails any more

Backlash against Hotmail snooping incident leads to change of heart

Mon Mar 31 2014, 14:44

Twitter treats iPhone and Android users to photo tagging and multi-pic tweets

Your lunch from four different angles

Thu Mar 27 2014, 14:58

Hackers could exploit Android memory corruption bug to brick smartphones and tablets

Could render 80 percent of all active Android devices unusable

Mon Mar 24 2014, 17:30

Hackers blag personal information from Orange servers

Someone is taking the pith

Thu May 08 2014, 13:56

Eugene Kaspersky lashes out at Symantec’s 'anti-virus is dead' remark

Kaspersky has heard it all before, and thinks it's still 'alive and kicking'

Wed May 07 2014, 12:30

Kim Dotcom heads back to court over illegal search warrants

Raid on dotcom boss keeps delivering

Tue May 06 2014, 13:36

Facebook addresses privacy concerns with Anonymous Login for third-party apps

Social network gives a nod to privacy

Thu May 01 2014, 10:58

NSA will sit on security vulnerabilities because of terrorism

Only sometimes, mind, sometimes it won’t

Tue Apr 29 2014, 11:45

Microsoft Internet Explorer hit by zero day exploit

Could allow a hacker to take complete control of an affected system

Mon Apr 28 2014, 10:42

Malware found in Google Play secretly mines Bitcoin from Android smartphones

Google removes five affected apps which had 100 to 500 downloads each

Fri Apr 25 2014, 11:22

Steam vulnerability allows hackers to bypass security and swipe account data

Malwarebytes says scammers can change users' email addresses, passwords, profiles and more

Thu Apr 17 2014, 15:51

Heartbleed victims start to come forward

Updated Someone’s had a go at mums and the taxman

Tue Apr 15 2014, 10:30

AT&T troll Weev is released as hacking conviction is overturned

Troll got the telecom firm’s goat(se)

Mon Apr 14 2014, 10:11

HMIC slams UK police cybercrime preparedness

Doomed, we’re doomed

Thu Apr 10 2014, 16:44

US attorney general says criminals use crypto currencies

Hold up, says Eric Holder

Wed Apr 09 2014, 14:48

Microsoft security to automatically block adware on 1 July

Changed its criteria to 'give users more control' over security

Mon Apr 07 2014, 14:18

Yahoo promises end to end email encryption to protect from NSA snooping

Encrypting all the things

Thu Apr 03 2014, 15:53

Obama outlines replacement for NSA bulk data collection

Two degrees of separation makes Kevin Bacon world's safest man

Fri Mar 28 2014, 14:57

Russian government dumps iPads for Samsung tablets

You can't hide your spying eyes

Thu Mar 27 2014, 13:31

Malwarebytes offers Windows XP security support before Microsoft's April deadline

Anti-Malware Premium protects XP machines for £23.74 per year

Mon Mar 24 2014, 15:32

Microsoft says a 'trio of threats' infected Windows users with malware in 2013

Updated Rotbrow, Brantall and Sefnit worked together to coordinate attacks

Thu May 08 2014, 13:12

Private search engine Duckduckgo readies major update

Promises a more refined experience

Wed May 07 2014, 10:46

NSA looks to appeal to young cryptographers through coded ads

Have a crack at code, or scroll to the bottom

Tue May 06 2014, 10:47

TCP bug in FreeBSD causes crashes, memory leaks

Remote kernel issue spotted

Thu May 01 2014, 10:54

Adobe patches Flash Player zero-day flaw used in watering-hole attacks

Bug could have allowed attackers to take control of affected systems

Tue Apr 29 2014, 11:21

Google improved its HTTPS connections for Chrome for Android in February

Making it three times faster and better protect against threats

Fri Apr 25 2014, 16:43

Google, Microsoft, Intel and Facebook join forces to prevent another Heartbleed fiasco

Will pump money into the critical software infrastructure that needs it

Thu Apr 24 2014, 16:02

Tor network starts rejecting Heartbleed vulnerable relays

Wants to get its hands off those fingerprints

Thu Apr 17 2014, 12:14

US Senate sees 'Let Me Google That For You' bill

Huge cost savings if the government learns to search the internet

Mon Apr 14 2014, 16:45

Boris Bikes' location data could be used to track you

Updated Tfl open data feeds might lead to furious backpedaling

Fri Apr 11 2014, 14:55

Oz attorney general George Brandis calls Snowden 'a traitor'

Says whistleblower blew it

Thu Apr 10 2014, 09:54

Facebook gives its privacy settings a poke

Behold, the privacy dinosaur

Wed Apr 09 2014, 09:48

Hackers hijack DCMS Twitter to slam government stance on expenses

MP Maria Miller mugged

Mon Apr 07 2014, 10:32

NSA had deeper hooks in RSA than first thought

Back doors, man

Tue Apr 01 2014, 14:23

Blackberry 10 handsets get the all clear from Department of Defense

Scores second big security win following US and Canadian government approval

Fri Mar 28 2014, 14:35

Tumblr takes on two-factor authentication

Lock down your legacy

Wed Mar 26 2014, 12:45
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