Remote locate, unlock, and start vehicles ? using a fixed encryption key... ouch
Hyundai has patched its Blue Link smartphone app to stop it blabbing private info that could, it is claimed, be used to break into and steal people's cars.?
Blames pricey SF rent for $350,000 insider-trading scam
An ex-Expedia IT admin has been fined and jailed for 15 months after he spied on the emails of the travel giant's top brass to make insider trades.?
App dev ransacked after gang used test/test login, it is claimed
A Brit biz selling surveillance tools that can be installed on phones to spy on spouses, kids, mates or employees has been comprehensively pwned by hackers ? who promise similar stalkerware peddlers are next.?
20-year-old Herts man slapped with two years' stripey suntan time
A Hertfordshire man has been jailed for two years after netting nearly £400,000 from the malware he wrote as a 15-year-old student.?
SSH... it's Shishiga
Hackers have unleashed a new malware strain that targets Linux-based systems.?
Everyone, everything's a target for mysterious APT28 crew
The Russian cyberespionage group blamed for the infamous US Democratic National Committee email leak launched targeted phishing attacks against French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign as recently as last month.?
Immuta debuts Projects for machine learning governance, 'interpretability is key' ? CEO
Immuta, a data governance startup in Maryland run by former US National Security Agency technicians, has developed a method to govern how data is used by machine learning algorithms.?
Miller and Valasek spread the word on hacking archive
Two famed car hackers claim they can save fellow tinkerers and security researchers a lot of time and money ? by handing over their tools and blueprints for free. The pair boast the gear is worth over a million bucks.?
They're going to get plenty of LipChat
IRC-for-biz HipChat says a vulnerability in a software library used by its HipChat.com service allowed hackers to access private conversations and customer account information.?
Even automated security tool thinks Redmond's snooping operating system is 'malicious'
Webroot's security tools went berserk today, mislabeling key Microsoft Windows system files as malicious and temporarily removing them ? knackering countless PCs in the process.?