Block all the things! No, wait, not the XSS security alerts
Top ad-blocking plugin uBlock Origin has come under fire for being a little too eager in its quest to murder nasty stuff on the internet: it prevents browsers from thwarting and sounding the alarm on hacking attacks.?
Calm down over KRACK, good ol' Office malware has biz workers in its sights again
Updated Malware exploiting Microsoft Word's DDE features to infect computers has been lobbed at US government-backed mortgage biz Freddie Mac.?
Dealing with backlog could cost 'in the zone of a million'
NHS leaders have admitted that the biggest ever loss of patient documents is worse than initially thought, as another 162,000 undelivered documents have been discovered.?
Don't panic... whoa, not so fast, Android, Linux users
WPA2 Wi-Fi users ? ie, almost all of us ? have had a troubling Monday with the arrival of research demonstrating a critical design flaw in the technology used to secure our wireless networks. A flaw so bad, it can be exploited by nearby miscr...
Manic miners don't even pwn you: They just use default creds admins are too lazy to change
Here's yet another reason to make sure you lock down your clutch of cloud services: cryptocurrency mining.?
FSB wanted keys, messaging outfit said Nyet
Encrypted messaging app Telegram must pay 800,000 roubles for resisting Russia's FSB's demand that it help decrypt user messages.?
About a third of all crypto modules globally generate weak, crackable RSA pairs
RSA keys produced by smartcards, security tokens, laptops, and other devices using cryptography chips made by Infineon Technologies are weak and crackable ? and should be regenerated with stronger algorithms.?
ESET scanning engine now built in ? plus other defenses
In its ongoing effort to improve browser security, school Microsoft on security, and retain its search audience, Google is today rolling out several Chrome for Windows fortifications.?
So much for that security-patch-free October
Adobe today issued an emergency security patch for Flash, which squashes a bug being used in the wild right now by hackers to infect Windows PCs with spyware.?
Russia, you're off the hook
Iran has been blamed for the brute-force attack on UK Parliament earlier this year.?