Not quite 'lock her up,' but they'll take what they can get ? like formal criminal charges
US House Republicans are demanding prosecutors bring charges against the IT chap who hosted Hillary Clinton's private email service.?
Once dismissed by Zuck, misinformation now merits revised security strategy
Analysis Last November at the Techonomy Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dismissed the notion that disinformation had affected the US presidential election as lunacy.?
The Dark Knight of malware's purpose remains unknown
Hajime ? the "vigilante" IoT worm that blocks rival botnets ? has built up a compromised network of 300,000 malware-compromised devices, according to new figures from Kaspersky Lab.?
Researcher claims it's riddled with flaws. Vendor denies it
Security researchers claim to have uncovered a variety of serious security holes in a heavily touted secure email server technology. Nomx, the firm behind the device, strongly disputes the claims and has challenged researchers to a hacki...
Not so smart now, eh?
Seven in ten UK universities have admitted falling victim to a phishing attack in which an individual has been tricked into disclosing personal details via an email purporting to be from a trusted source.?
Woes whack Wi-Fi webcam willy with weak websec walls
The US Federal Trade Commission has been urged to launch a probe into a hackable sex toy, which is potentially exposing couples' teledildonic frolics to cyberpervs.?
Verizon super depressing report's in
Cyberespionage and ransomware attacks are on the increase, according to the latest annual edition of Verizon's breach report.?
It's basically a promise to do better and not mess things up
Symantec is hoping to get its certificates back on Google's trust list.?
Met cops gloat after pair admits to pilfering subscriber records
Two chaps in the UK have admitted stealing more than 150,000 customer records from TalkTalk.?
?Antbleed? attack could crock 70 per cent of all mining. Time to try another flavour?
A new branded bug (sigh) has landed, specific to an ASIC-based Bitcoin miner: dubbed ?Antbleed?, it allows remote shutdown of hardware sold by a company called "Bitmain".?