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Cyberattack Compromises Unknown Number of Voter Records in Illinois

A Famed Hacker Is Grading Thousands of Programs — and May Revolutionize Software in the Process

Researchers Find Easy Way to Hack Wireless Keyboards

Ecommerce, il racconto: "Come mi hanno rubato 2000 euro sulla carta di credito. E come li ho recuperati"

Argos changes 150 easily guessed drop-off system passwords • The Register

Zero-day hole can pwn millions of LastPass users, all that's needed is a malicious site

TechCrunch defaced by self-professed 'white hat' hackers • The Register

It's 2016 and your passwords can still be sniffed from wireless keyboards • The Register

PHP flaws allowed God mode access to top smut site • The Register

Former Air India employee held for hacking

Avast researchers spoof Wi-Fi and hack RNC attendees to prove a point about cyber security | Cyber security | The Drum

GOP delegates suckered into connecting to insecure Wi-Fi hotspots • The Register

Bosses at UK infosec biz Quadsys confess to hacking rival reseller • The Register

The Risks Digest Volume 29: Issue 62

The Risks Digest Volume 29: Issue 62

‘Warframe’ Hacked, Details on 775,000 Players Traded

Five million Danish ID numbers sent to Chinese firm

Reminder! If You Haven't yet, Turn Off Windows 10 Keylogger Now

Firefox to banish hidden Flash files – and kill off sneaky ad snoopers • The Register

Update now: Macs and iPhones have a Stagefright-style bug! Naked Security

Flaws found in security products from AVG, Symantec and McAfee • The Register

Apple kills eavesdrop bug in FaceTime • The Register

Guilt by ASN: Compiler's bad memory bug could sting mobes, cell towers • The Register

15-year-old security hole HTTPoxy returns to menace websites – it has a name, logo too • The Register

Hackers steal millions from ATMs using 'just their smartphones' • The Register

Kaspersky Lab Battles 'Darkhotel' Malware that Targets Business Execs

Cisco gives you two nasty bugs to fix before the weekend • The Register

Adwind: Malware-as-a-Service Platform that Hit more than 400, 000 Users and Organizations Globally | Kaspersky Lab

Oklahoma police and bank exposed by leaky database Naked Security

Critical remote code execution holes reported in Drupal modules • The Register

US govt bank insurer 'covered up China hack to protect top boss' • The Register

Generous Fiat Chrysler offers $1,500 for car security bugs – or two minutes of annual profit • The Register

It's 2016 and Windows lets crims poison your printer drivers

Webpages, Word files, print servers menacing Windows PCs, and disk encryption bypasses – yup, it's Patch Tuesday • The Register

FCA to offer rewards to hackers who help it find security flaws

Nasty session stealing hole filled in WordPress All in One SEO plugin • The Register

Pokemon Go on, gissus your Google Gmail, Drive files, photos?

Omni-shambles! Card-stealing malware checks into US hotel chain • The Register

Amazingly insecure industrial control systems + internet = Cupful of nope • The Register

Lurk trojan takedown also took out Angler exploit kit • The Register

CVE-2016-4324 - Use-after-free vulnerability in LibreOffice before 5.1.4 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrar - CVE-Search

White hat banned for revealing vulns in news sites used by London councillors • The Register

New Mac malware tries to hook your webcam up to the Dark Web Naked Security

BMW web portal vulns pose car hack risk – researchers • The Register

Baton Rouge database of police details exposed over killing of Alton Sterling Naked Security

Twitter, hackerato profilo Nasa Keplero: spunta un lato b

Malaysia-based credit card fraud ring broken, 105 arrested • The Register

Thieves using laptops to hack into and steal cars

414,949 D-Link cameras, IoT devices can be hijacked over the net

1 in 20 Wendy's burger joints hacked? No, make that 1 in 3 – 1,025 in total • The Register

Cafe killer remote code execution affects 140 million MIUI Androids

New Mac malware discovered in the wild installing backdoors

⌘+c malware smacks Macs, drains keychains, pours over Tor • The Register

Millions of Android devices have flawed full disk encryption

Word hole patched in 2012 is 'unchallenged' king of Office exploits • The Register

Researcher pops locks on keylogger, finds admin's email inbox

Vuln drains energy sector control kit

Klepto Zepto could steal millions in looming ransomware wave

Lenovo scrambling to get a fix for BIOS vuln

700,000 Muslim Match dating site private messages leaked online • The Register

Hackers are making $500k off mobile trojans they deployed, research shows

Universities Become New Target for Ransomware Attacks - The ICT Scoop

Cracking Android's full-disk encryption is easy on millions of phones – with a little patience • The Register

Chinese gambling site served near record-breaking complex DDoS • The Register

400 million Foxit users need to catch up with patched-up reader • The Register

WA government still hopeless at infosec • The Register