Nessus Pro V7 launch fiasco
Tenable Security has given itself two problems, by releasing a product its users don't like, and then adding them all to a support email group that's sending uncomfortable volumes of messages.?
Trump signs defense law with No Eugenes clause, plenty more cyber stuff
President Donald Trump has signed the National Defense Authorization Act for 2018, which includes a ban on products from Kaspersky Lab running in US government agencies.?
Starbucks has joined the long growing list of organizations that have inadvertently and silently mined alt-coins on customers' computers for mystery miscreants.?
Building management systems easily hackable ? researchers
Britain's freezing weather has reanimated the issue of insecure building control systems.?
Jumping the air gap
Security researchers have demonstrated a new technique for hacking air-gapped industrial control system networks, and hope their work will encourage the development of more robust defences for SCADA-based systems.?
Holy Moley! iOS and MacOS were wholly holey
Ian Beer of Google's Project Zero has followed up on a ?coming soon? Twitter teaser with a jailbreakable iOS and Mac OS vulnerability.?
Find shows people still suck at passwords
A data dump containing over 1.4 billion email addresses, passwords, and other credentials, all in clear text, has been found online by security shop @4iQ.?
Subtly named group has gone largely unnoticed until now
Security researchers have lifted the lid on a gang of Russian-speaking cybercrooks, dubbed MoneyTaker.?
You might just have to wing it with that potpourri recipe
There?s a chill going around cyberspace with an upsurge of people concerned that their Pinterest account has been hacked.?
And Hawk training aircraft as well. Just don't say 'despite Br-'
Qatar has agreed its long-awaited order for 24 British-built Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets and a billion pounds' worth of missiles assembled in the UK to go with them.?