Feds give away the secret by accident
I'll Die Before I Surrender, Tim
Biometric tech makes your voice your password
We love the smell of greasepaint in the morning
Kaspersky rings the alarm bell
Hopes crypto craze will catch on
Sleb skin sharer shoved towards slammer
Attention all spend-happy narcissists
Trojan installs itself on iOS devices without enterprise certificates
Malwarebytes says that it is going after publishers
Scotland's MaidSafe wants you to develop new apps for them
Labour and SNP abstain despite concerns bill permits 'suspicionless surveillance'
Firm ups bug bounty rewards after zero successful attempts so far
And almost 70 percent were targeted by email campaigns
Be careful not to get in .om's way
Meanwhile, Apple, San Bernardino, iPhones etc
Even a small trumpet gets to blow once in a while
We round up the top 10 stories from the past seven days
Lock up your servers
Is 'emergency patch for Flash' an oxymoron?
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
Eddie Cue enters stage fright in privacy panto
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
Whistleblower joins a growing number of commentators that back Apple
Looks 'virtual identical' to Linux server trojan, says Bitdefender
Robert Hannigan claims government does not want encryption backdoors
Michigan State University researchers highlight 'urgent need' for anti-spoofing techniques
Craig Federighi ain't afraid of no Feds
Firm will bring back a sense of security by the spring
The top 10 stories from the past seven days
Firm finally notifies affected customers
Except possibly Amazon
You're a bit young, you're a bit vulnerable, calm down
Kaspersky Lab finds something else to worry about
Bounties are on offer, as opposed to on heads
Be warned, Xzibit
James Comey wants firm to 'take the dog away and let us pick the lock'
Code bears hallmarks of Italian 'security' company
Thought HTTPS meant secure? Think again!
And the police will have even more powers to peruse your surfing habits
None shall pass. (Without a password, obviously, or it's a bit pointless)
Hey, it's working there ...
Firm latest victim of new trend among cyber crooks