This changes everything (in terms of where your stuff is located)
Open API offers up access to all public payment details
May have failed due to limited exposure
Incident slammed as the 'greatest breach in the history of telecommunications in Spain'
Stay one step ahead of the snakes in the grass
You can read it like an.. well, you know
Grouply.io Chrome extension allowed data to be accessed by marketers
And they're now for sale on the dark web for just $150
Render processes get split to avoid Spectre bug exploits
No, not more breach, just new data
From Opera to Rocket from the Crypto
Threat group 'Magecart' targeted more than 800 e-commerce sites
A whole load of remote execution flaws have been patched, so there's a silver lining
Don't tell him, Pyke...
But airline denies customers are at risk and refuses to report breach
That's, er, 18 minutes of profit for the social network
Our swimming certificates are also fake
Hackers can gain access to a machine if they have access to its hard drive
But GreyKey creator claims it's already 'defeated' the solution
Also, its mate fancies your mate
Data squeezed out. Polar Expressed
But fair play, it has issued one of the best customer help pages we've seen
And we should be surprised, how?
'Why are you doing this?' ask users. 'Because we arrrrr,' says TPB
Actual ice cream availability may differ
Sit on your huge pile of royalties and weep, James Blunt
Germany's favourite New Zealand exile may soon have to move again
But it's unlikely to hear cases until 2025
Well, recording your screen anyway. Still, ewwwww
And controversial software only made one (wrong) 'match'
The trailers are always better than the films anyway....
Doesn't deny it, just says it has a handle on it
That's a billion dollars well spent then....
Fake Fortnite apps are duping unsuspecting users
Four-year long wait ends in refusal
Premier Inn and Travelodge also breached as hospitality world sees a cyber crime wave
It's another blow for privacy hidden in plain sight
Glitch in TPP's SystmOne saw patients' data-sharing preferences ignored
Hell no, hell no, hell no, what's all this then?
Taking security so far is not an enjoyable experience for visitors
Firm says 'all code should be considered compromised'
And you won't even know if it's happened
Exactis slip-up dwarfs last year's Equifax data breach
Inbenta says Ticketmaster was at fault by adopting 'insecure practice'
Cambridge Analytica may have been the tip of the iceberg
Firms are using 'dark patterns' to push users away from privacy-friendly settings
Unknown attackers exploited a flaw in the booking software firm's server