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Yahoo launches $15,000 bug bounty after $12.50 company voucher debacle

Better than Yahoo promotional swag

Fri Nov 01 2013, 17:27

Adobe admits 38 million users were hacked

Updated Not three million as initially thought

Wed Oct 30 2013, 10:16

MEPs hit Washington to press for PRISM answers

With millions of people under the microscope, ministers aren’t happy

Tue Oct 29 2013, 10:06 hacked and malware injected

Visitors are in a compromised position

Fri Oct 25 2013, 12:16

VPN provider Cryptoseal shuts down public service in NSA fallout

Throwing in the invisibility cloak

Tue Oct 22 2013, 13:51

Edward Snowden did not take documents to Russia

No Gorky peek

Fri Oct 18 2013, 09:35

Yahoo will turn on SSL email by default

And not before time

Tue Oct 15 2013, 16:54

D-Link put a back door in its WiFi routers

Developer loophole leaves networks vulnerable

Tue Oct 15 2013, 11:29

Edward Snowden says the NSA is hurting the US

Surveillance does not make people feel safe

Mon Oct 14 2013, 11:58

EFF shuns GNI over group's NSA links

Will not stand shoulder to shoulder with gagged peers

Fri Oct 11 2013, 10:57

MI5 director says questioning surveillance helps terrorists

Panic stations

Wed Oct 09 2013, 14:31

Leaseweb says no customer data was harmed in DNS hijack

Firm says no internal systems were compromised

Mon Oct 07 2013, 14:26

Yahoo does a U-turn on bug bounty hunting

T-shirtgate means it's out with rubber ducks and in with bills

Thu Oct 03 2013, 16:02

Lavabit founder raises $50,000 in legal defence funds

Ladar Levinson plans to fight the US government

Thu Oct 03 2013, 11:38

NSA snoops on two billion records per day to track US citizens' social connections

All your mates is belong to it

Mon Sep 30 2013, 13:08

London teen arrested over Spamhaus attack

Assault on firm nearly broke the internet

Fri Sep 27 2013, 14:46

Hacker hits Singapore's Straits Times

Claims to be Anonymous, definitely not happy

Fri Nov 01 2013, 10:38

US indicts 28 year old Brit on computer misuse charges

Updated Indicted in the USA

Tue Oct 29 2013, 14:26

The US might have bugged Merkel for a decade

As opposed to what it's claimed

Mon Oct 28 2013, 13:58

Bletchley Park inks deal with McAfee for cyber security education centre

Will help teach kids about cyber threats and keep them safer online

Wed Oct 23 2013, 15:32

European Parliament votes to preserve data privacy

Moves to block data transfer to US agencies

Tue Oct 22 2013, 12:06

NSA chief and his number two will retire soon

Local neighbourhood watch groups might be interested

Thu Oct 17 2013, 12:05

Snapchat admits to sharing photos with the cops

Suddenly those lingerie selfies don't seem like such a good idea

Tue Oct 15 2013, 16:37

Secure email service Lavabit to reopen for locked out users

Users will be able to access their content again for the first time

Tue Oct 15 2013, 10:29

European data watchdog investigates Skype leaks to the NSA

Talk of a secret relationship

Fri Oct 11 2013, 16:04

UK National Crime Agency sends £750k phisherman to chokey

Five and a half year sentence is first scalp for crime fighting org

Thu Oct 10 2013, 11:05

Microsoft pays a $100,000 bug bounty

Starts kicking back to the security community

Wed Oct 09 2013, 09:45

National Crime Agency picks up four UK Silk Road suspects

Gets right down to business

Tue Oct 08 2013, 14:41

UK National Crime Agency opens its doors

The net net closes in

Mon Oct 07 2013, 13:12

Chrome for iOS glitch sees incognito mode spilling private searches

Bug sees secret browsing showing up in history

Thu Oct 03 2013, 15:43

John McAfee will help you block the NSA for $100

This and more, in a video interview

Wed Oct 02 2013, 11:48

Hackers, gamers and tech workers: Join your country's army

Government needs IT whizzes to join cyber army

Mon Sep 30 2013, 11:05

British coppers save the UK millions per year

Police Central e-Crime Unit (PCeU) pulls back investment

Fri Sep 27 2013, 14:25

Lavabit and Silent Circle team up for Dark Mail

Will release email software source code and an encrypted service

Thu Oct 31 2013, 10:02

Google makes Captcha a little bit easier

No more streams of gibberish to buy James Blunt tickets

Mon Oct 28 2013, 12:17

Ministry of Justice fined for email data breach

A very serious data breach costs it £140,000

Tue Oct 22 2013, 10:16

Akamai pores over internet threats including the Syrian Electronic Army

Looks at the state of the internet

Wed Oct 16 2013, 16:23

NSA scoops up millions of email contact lists

Be see seeing you

Tue Oct 15 2013, 11:48

Facebook's Zuckerberg looks to preserve privacy, buys surrounding houses

Privacy aware CEO does not want new neighbours

Mon Oct 14 2013, 13:23

Google Malaysia hacked by Team Madleets

All back to normal now

Fri Oct 11 2013, 13:35

Google will pay open source vulnerability finders

Up to $3,133.7 in prizes

Thu Oct 10 2013, 09:41

Eric Schmidt draws laughs with claim that Android is 'more secure' than iOS

Says it goes through 'rigorous' testing

Tue Oct 08 2013, 11:32

13 alleged Anonymous members are indicted for DDoS attacks

Government crackdown on Operation Payback

Fri Oct 04 2013, 15:58

Apple iPhone 5S fingerprint scanner must lead to better biometric technology

True biometrics can do so much more, says McAfee CTO Michael Fey

Thu Oct 03 2013, 13:36

Yahoo offers a whopping $12.50 bug bounty

A lot of terms and conditions apply to get that rubber duck

Tue Oct 01 2013, 16:03

Microsoft says US government counts for 92 percent of customer data disclosures

US, UK, Turkey and France lead a nosy pack

Mon Sep 30 2013, 10:53
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