Amazon textbook rental service scammed for $1.5m
LANtenna hack spies on your data from across the room! (Sort of)
When it comes to ransomware, your fightback should start long before you’re attacked
White House ransomware summit calls for virtual asset crackdown, without mentioning cryptocurrency
Client-side content scanning as an unworkable, insecure disaster for democracy
WhatsApp’s got your back(ups) with encryption for stored messages
Google’s VirusTotal reports that 95% of ransomware spotted targets Windows
3D printing site Thingiverse suffers breach of 228,000 email addresses amid sluggish disclosure
S3 Ep54: Another 0-day, double Apache patch, and Fight The Phish [Podcast]
US invites friends to multilateral cybersecurity meetings – Russia and China strangely absent
Ad-blocking browser extension actually adds ads, say Imperva researchers
Romance scams with a cryptocurrency twist – new research from SophosLabs
Ex-camera biz Olympus investigating ‘suspicious’ network activity again a month after ransomware hit
Microsoft says Azure fended off what might just be the world’s biggest-ever DDoS attack
Microsoft Patch Tuesday bug harvest festival comes to town
User locked out of Microsoft account by MFA bug, complains of customer-hostile support
Apple patches ‘actively exploited’ iPhone zero-day with iOS 15.0.2 update
Schools email marketing company told us to go away when we told them of exposed database creds, say infoseccers
What’s missing from most ICS cybersecurity training? The ICS itself…
Apple quietly patches yet another iPhone 0-day – check you have 15.0.2
Zero-day hunters seek laws to prevent vendors suing them for helping out and doing their jobs
Russia-based criminals are still the UK’s number 1 cyber-foe, NSO Group’s wares a ‘red flag’ says NCSC chief
Cybersecurity awareness month: Fight the phish!
Brewdog might make an OK pint but its security sucks: Flaw opened door to free beers for anyone
When criminals go corporate: Ransomware-as-a-service, bulk discounts and more
Gripped by cybersec career indecision? Don’t give up. Level up
US nuke sub plans leaked on SD card hidden in peanut butter sandwich, claims FBI
Apache patch proves patchy – now you need to patch the patch
Never mind Russia: Turkey and Vietnam are Microsoft’s new state-backed hacker threats du jour
Air gaps have been ‘shattered’, says new Indian policy on power sector security
Russian spies reportedly used SolarWinds hack to steal US counterintelligence details
You know what ransomware attackers really, really like? Yes, your backups…
S3 Ep53: Apple Pay, giftcards, cybermonth, and ransomware busts [Podcast]
NSO Group’s Pegasus malware was used to spy on Dubai princess’s lawyers during child custody dispute
State-sponsored Chinese crims targeted India with tax and COVID phishing
Are you making good progress with Kubernetes? Cybercriminals are progressing faster
Apache web server zero-day bug is easy to exploit – patch now!
Running a recent Apache web server version? You probably need to patch it. Now
Things that are not PogChamp: Twitch has its source code, streamer payout data leaked
Element celebrates The Great Facebook Outage with a Signal bridge for Matrix
Google to auto-enroll 150m users, 2m YouTubers with two-factor authentication
Europol announces two more ransomware busts in Ukraine
Telegraph newspaper bares 10TB of subscriber data and server logs to world+dog
Lawsuit claims hospital ransomware infection cost baby her life
UK’s £5bn National Cyber Force HQ to be sited in Lancashire beside Defence Secretary’s constituency
Ukrainian cops cuff two over $150m ransomware gang allegations, seize $1.3m in cryptocurrency
Cybersecurity Awareness Month: #BeCyberSmart
Sir Tim Berners-Lee and the BBC stage a very British coup to rescue our data from Facebook and friends
Firewalls? Pfft – it’s no match for my mighty spares-bin PC
Internet Archive’s 2046 Wayforward Machine says Google will cease to exist