Chipmaker warns of new flaws found in 6th, 7th, and 8th-gen Core processors
Bitcoin fell 5.4 per cent after the hack
Firm knew about issue in August but it still hasn't got a fix
And firm estimates there are more than 1.9 billion on there
Not so smart, after all
Firm releases report following internal investigation of the incident
Bluetooth-based attack vector sets its sights on digital AI assistants
Firms address dozens of 'critical' security flaws
Merchant warns that financial details may have been snatched
And it ain't playin' around
UK spies follow in the footsteps of US intelligence agencies
Country says 'greater damage was prevented'
You couldn't write about it. So we did.
Some vendors have patched it, but some haven't.
Fails to define, accessibility, disability, or misuse properly
More US intelligence agency naughtiness outed from Assange's broom cupboard
And the majority aren't patched yet
Ex-CEO Mayer says the firm 'doesn't understand how the act was perpetrated'
Who needs a census when the government has access to so much data?
Firm saw a 2.5 per cent fall in shipping volumes as a result
A full fix is expected later today
Firm says cyber crims will launch 'more complex' ransomware attacks next year
24 months probation for spam campaign and computer misuse
Firm promises better encryption and improved authentication
DHS security chief says 'fewer than half of agencies' were using the software
Firm wants to avoid exposure of 'secret backdoors'
NAO says trusts failed to apply readily-available patches for Windows 7
We're talking sub-floorboard bottom here
Hackers threaten to dump terabytes of customer data
Equation Group malware wa picked up by routine scan, company claims
FCA has power to stop firm from running credit checks in the UK
Targeted attack uses similar methods to NotPetya
Kaspersky outlines plan for independent review of its software - but ex-NSA number two says it's not enough
Rick Ledgett says audit won't find anything amiss
Check Point warns that 'the next cyber hurricane is about to come'
Is it coz it is hack?
Google Play may need a new door man
Claims its approach to open source is better
They do say that things fall like dominoes
Vulnerability targets hardware created by Infineon Technologies
Ex-employees say bugs were stolen and used in future attacks
Turns out some companies had fixed it before it came to light
Adobe patches flaw used to plant government spying software
Pizza eaters not happy with new 14-day information delivery
DPA slams Redmond for failing to inform users about data slurping
Redmond fixes issue, confirms Windows Update users not affected
But firm claims no knowledge of the attack
'Facepalming' flaw promptly fixed in rushed-out update