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Teenager arrested for hacking president's website

L'attacco informatico contro i sistemi elettorali di Illinois e Arizona - Il Post

Dropbox: 2012 credentials file is real • The Register

More banks plundered through SWIFT attacks • The Register

More banks plundered through SWIFT attacks • The Register

OneLogin breached, hacker finds cleartext credential notepads • The Register

71,000 Minecraft World Map accounts leaked online after 'hack' • The Register

OSX/Keydnap spreads via signed Transmission application

FBI: Look out – hackers are breaking into US election board systems • The Register

Russia MP's son found guilty after stealing 2.9 million US credit cards • The Register

Chinese CA hands guy base certificates for Github, Florida uni • The Register

Equation Group Firewall Operations Catalogue

Unchecked Buffer in Microchip TCP/IP Stack Could Allow Remote Code Execution

Apple issues urgent iPhone software update after attempted hack with 'most sophisticated spyware' ever seen

HTTPS and OpenVPN face new attack that can decrypt secret cookies | Ars Technica

Intel douses Wildfire ransomware as-a-service Euro menace • The Register

French submarine builder DCNS springs leak: India investigates • The Register

Opera server breach incident - Opera Security

Hackers Steal 12 Million Baht From Thai Bank ATMs - E Hacker News

IOActive turns up the most SOHOpeless router so far • The Register

Four in five Android devices inherit Linux snooping flaw • The Register

Beauty site lets anyone read customers' personal information • The Register

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Healthcare sector hard hit by Locky Ransomware - E Hacker News

Google Chrome, Firefox Address Bar Spoofing Vulnerability

PayPal patches 2FA portal bug • The Register

Pokemon Go Ransomware attacks as Windows 10 app - E Hacker News

Cellebrite - Mobile Forensics Products - Extraction

'Massive' Locky ransomware campaign targets hospitals | ZDNet

Malware Infected All Eddie Bauer Stores in U.S., Canada — Krebs on Security

PGP admins: Kill short keys now, or Alice will become Chuck • The Register

Popular Ransomware Earns $195, 000 In a Month, Report Says | Motherboard

White hat pops Windows User Account Countrol with log viewer data • The Register

Brisbane council loses $500k to scammers • The Register

Yet Another Government-Sponsored Malware - Schneier on Security

Google AdSense abused to distribute Android spyware • The Register

Russian being prosecuted for $170 million fraudulent credit-card purchases

Cisco security crew uncovers bug in industrial control kit • The Register

Secure Boot snafu: Microsoft leaks backdoor key, firmware flung wide open [Updated] | Ars Technica UK

Three Romanians Caught Stealing Lakhs From Kerala ATM - E Hacker News

Sage data hacked affecting 280 UK businesses - E Hacker News

Visa Alert and Update on the Oracle Breach — Krebs on Security

Stealthy malware infects digitally-signed files without altering hashes

What your hacked account is worth on the Dark Web

Pakistani hacker defaced Canara Bank website - E Hacker News

We watched RedTeam Security hack into a power company

Gorizia, hacker nel server scolastico. E i “4” sono diventati “10”
- Cronaca - Il Piccolo

Issue 820 - project-zero - Symantec/Norton Antivirus ASPack Remote Heap/Pool memory corruption Vulnerability CVE-2016-2208 - Monorail

Celebrity gossip site PerezHilton.com serves up malicious ads to its visitors

High-Severity OpenSSL Vulnerability allows Hackers to Decrypt HTTPS Traffic

Dental Assn Mails Malware to Members — Krebs on Security

The Vigilante Who Hacked Hacking Team Explains How He Did It | Motherboard

Hijacking the PC Update Process - Schneier on Security

uTorrent Forums Hacked, Passwords Compromised - TorrentFreak

Wi-Fi hack disables Mitsubishi Outlander's theft alarm – white hats • The Register

$587.24 – Your Bitcoin Wallet May Be At Risk: Safenet HSM Key-Extraction Vulnerability – Gemini

Slicing Into a Point-of-Sale Botnet — Krebs on Security

Shriram Life Insurance Servers Hacked? - InfoRiskToday

25,000 malware-riddled CCTV cameras form network-crashing botnet • The Register

South African ISP suffers massive password leak online

Kiwis hack into cyber sex toys, reveal frisky risks

Hacking Your Computer Monitor - Schneier on Security

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's account was compromised by hackers

Ubuntu Linux Forums Hacked -- IP Address, Username, Email of 2M Accounts Compromised - Slashdot

A Chinese Ad Firm Is Using Malware to Get More Clicks | Motherboard

Hackers stole more than 30 Jeeps - E Hacker News

'Webcam hackers caught me wanking, demanded $10k ransom' - Hack - triple j

New attack bypasses HTTPS protection on Macs, Windows, and Linux | Ars Technica

Garda Computer Systems Hacked In Zero-Day Cyber Attack - E Hacker News

R7-2016-10: Multiple OSRAM SYLVANIA Osram Light... | Rapid7 Community

A New Wireless Hack Can Unlock 100 Million Volkswagens | WIRED

Fake QR code app gets hacker into luxury airport lounges for free Naked Security

Good news: Teen hacker gets 1-million-air-miles bug bounty reward. Bad news: It's United • The Register

Web pages, Word docs, PDF files, fonts – behold your latest keys to infecting Windows PCs • The Register

Internet of Car...rikey what the hell just happened to my car? • The Register

Big Red alert: Oracle's MICROS payment terminal biz hacked • The Register

The Risks Digest Volume 29: Issue 67

PCs’ PCs pwned: Irish cops probe mystery malware attack • The Register

Latest Androids have 'god mode' hack hole, thanks to Qualcomm • The Register

Brit network O2 hands out free Windows virus with USB pens • The Register

Video surveillance recorders riddled with zero-days • The Register

Hackers unleash smart Twitter phishing tool that snags two in three users

How the HTTPS-snooping, email addy and SSN-raiding HEIST JavaScript code works

Smart TVs, satellites, and billboards all hacked in Ukrainian war • The Register

Oops, they did it again: Cisco finds new vulns in kit it patched in June • The Register

Forget card skimmers, chip-card shimmers will be your next nightmare • The Register

The Jeep hackers return to ditch a car going 60 mph Naked Security

$67M in bitcoin stolen as hacking typhoon lashes Hong Kong's Bitfinex • The Register

Two first-gen flaws carried over to HTTP/2, warn security bods • The Register

Black Hats control Jeep's steering, kill brakes • The Register

Android's latest patches once again remind us: It's Nexus or bust if you want decent security The Register

Intel's Crosswalk open source dev library has serious SSL bug • The Register