It's the week in security
Roundup Here's a summary of this week's security news beyond what we've already reported.?
Chipzilla says class-action lawsuit tally stands at 32
Intel says it is facing 32 separate class-action lawsuits following the revelations it shipped millions of processors with security design flaws dubbed Meltdown and Spectre.?
Ruskies stole citizen IDs to spread discord ? indictment
Robert Mueller, the special prosecutor investigating foreign agents tampering with the 2016 US presidential election, has criminally charged 13 Russian nationals with conspiring against the United States.?
Security services facing 'curtailed' EU info sharing if UK doesn't agree terms
Security experts have warned that Brexit could lead to data flows between the UK and European Union being "substantially curtailed".?
And have some cyber goodness too ? just don't mention the Belgacom hack
Great Britain, which is buying the US-made F-35 fighter jet, is urging European neighbour Belgium not to buy the US-made F-35 fighter jet.?
Pair partly responsible for largest bank-card theft ring in American history
Two Russian criminals have been sent down in America after pleading guilty to helping run the largest credit-card hacking scam in US history.?
Swipe-a-shag tool gets the dreaded sternly-worded-letter treatment from Wyden
Cyber-senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) is asking execs from the parent company of Tinder to please use protection when spreading the love around.?
While kicking folks out of 'Murica, Raphael A. Sanchez committed fraud in their names
Yet again an insider has been caught misusing a workplace computer system to conduct identity theft and fraud.?
Oh yeah, we patched that in October, Windows giant yawns
Microsoft has poured a bucket of cold water on people freaking out over a supposedly unfixable security flaw in Skype.?
vApp Manager contained undocumented default account
Dell EMC has patched two serious flaws in the management interface for its VMAX enterprise storage systems, one of which could potentially allow a remote attacker to gain unauthorised access to systems.?