Sensitive information was left exposed to physical and cyber attackers in 2017
But you should probably still set you messages to private
Yuge breach might have also revealed authentication tokens
Ransomware forced cancellation of 19,000 appointments, new report reveals
That's alright then
And Facebook fixed it in good time. So yay.
Censorship or free speech? Google is stuck on an impossible tightrope
And it's using Yahoo Answers as search results. That can't be good
"I see you've gone straight now, Father"
If their owners don't pull their collective finger out
But privacy campaigners slam 'predictive prevention' system as 'creepy'
Jeremy Hunt throws some shade at the Kremlin's military intelligence
Massive data breach but minimal impact
There's still too many keeping it up with a Kardashian
Firm rewarded bug hunter €2,000 for reporting the flaw
Any site that lets you log in with your Facebook account could be affected
Web 2.0 and open source legend shows us how we broke the internet and how we fix it
Mozilla teams up with Have I Been Pwned for hack-alert service
You'd think Apple would be beyond his after the High Sierra debacle
Sliding out of your DMs
Exploit also 'occasionally' freezes entire OS on Windows
Google warns users to check their permissions. Well, duh
Cybercrims injected data swiping code into the website's payment pages
But there's no indication that data was used for nefarious purposes
Second privacy misfire in as many months
Valid bug reports will clinch security bods at least $500
But emphasises that this doesn't apply to the rest of the world
Like an Uber Eats account, probably
Security staffers didn't know how much data was stolen in 2017 breach
And there's no easy fix, F-Secure warns
200GB data trove was uncovered by security researcher Bob Diachenki
Tor blimey guv'
Security screw-up shared names, addresses and payment amounts
Firm has since made the switch to HTTPS
We love the smell of irony in the morning
Could be the same group that pwned Ticketmaster
29 days to raise £10,000
Who watches the watchers?
Park Jin Hyok has also been linked to Bangladesh Bank cyber heist
Airline admits to first-class security screw-up
George Duke-Cohan was recruited by criminal group Apophis Squad
The search giant was previously kept quiet with a gagging order
The irony klaxon is deafening
Let's accentuate the positive, shall we?
Long-suffering TSB customers hit by 'intermittent' issues
Microsoft is working on a fix but is probably less than happy