IBM X-Force uncovers new strain of Linux malware
Symantec claims US-based group used tools to carry out hacks in 16 countries
McAfee sounds the alarm bells over unpatched vulnerability
Hackers can reap rewards from 'very little effort'
Watchdog wants savings passed on directly to consumers
Windows-bypassing trojan can also steal passwords and download sensitive files
Security experts call on firm to refuse certificates for domains containing popular brand names
British spy agency says that the allegations are 'utterly ridiculous'
EC demand that social networks tackle fraud, scams and unsuitable content
Paper says firms have failed to inform patients about use of personal info
Updated BIOS tool can be used to check for DarkMatter malware
Judge throws out 'mischievous' firms request for a retrial
Watchdog will also cast an eye over WhatsApp and Facebook data sharing deal
NCA reveals that threats from DDoS and ransomware attacks are 'increasing significantly'
Facebook has more influence than meets the eye
It's no wonder they cost a small fortune ...
Microsoft took more than a day to start blocking the malware
But Brexit means the UK probably won't be affected
But Cambridge-based ARM is holding its ground
Networking service could be used one day to communicate with humans on other planets
Dido Harding won't go down with that security ship
Alarmingly, the most-asked question was 'What is Brexit?'
'Defence' firm Lockheed Martin can't defend a database as 12 years' worth of data vanishes
$26.2bn? What the hell were they thinking?
A list of moronic account holders and weirdo hackers
Available to owners of vehicles with autonomous features
Operation Phish Phry, RSA scammed and more
Read on if you don't want your money or identity stolen
Japanese automaker wants to buy divisions that aren't making money
The rise of robotics will result in a global loss of five million jobs by 2020, is yours one of them?
HP blames Oracle for causing sales of Itanium chip-based systems to sink
Built-in cigarette lighter? Yes please
Some providers' terms could be in breach of consumer law, says CMA
Follows 'at least one complaint' from the general public
Says deal would lead to higher prices and less choice
170 graduates and apprentices to be hired as part of recruitment programme
Competition authority fears deal will cause 'long-term damage'
Eight years after its $45bn bid for the internet company was rejected
And almost 70 percent were targeted by email campaigns