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D-Link resolves enterprise switch hacker risk

Google's Project Zero reveals another Microsoft flaw

Cloudbleed: Big web brands leaked crypto keys, personal secrets thanks to Cloudflare bug • The Register

Linux kernel gets patch for 11-year-old local-root-hole security bug • The Register

Ransomware attack hit San Francisco train system

Google bellows bug news after Microsoft sails past fix deadline • The Register

Connected car in the second-hand lot? Don't buy it if you're not hack-savvy • The Register

University Breach

Smash up your kid's Bluetooth-connected Cayla 'surveillance' doll, Germany urges parents • The Register

Hackers still exploiting eBay’s stored XSS vulnerabilities in 2017 | Netcraft

New ASLR-busting JavaScript is about to make drive-by exploits much nastier

Operation Kingphish: Uncovering a Campaign of Cyber Attacks against Civil Society in Qatar and Nepal

Vulnerability in Microsoft SMBv3 protocol crashes Windows PCs

ASLR-security-busting JavaScript hack demo'd by university boffins • The Register

UK website data insecurity worries: Users in bits over car break-up emails • The Register

Trend Micro Patches Password-Leaking Software Flaw | Silicon UK

Hitachi Payment services accepts its systems were compromised - E Hacker News

Hacker russi attaccarono la Farnesina di Gentiloni. Russia smentisce

F5's Big-IP leaks little chunks of memory, even SSL session IDs • The Register

Mag publisher Future stored your FileSilo passwords in plaintext. Then hackers hit • The Register

Macs don't get viruses? Hahaha, ha... seriously though, that Word doc could be malware • The Register

Fast Food Chain Arby’s Acknowledges Breach

Revealed: Malware that skulks in memory, invisibly collecting sysadmins' passwords • The Register

Stolen Passwords Fuel Cardless ATM Fraud

Honeywell SCADA Controllers Exposed Passwords in Clear Text

Ransomware killed 70% of Washington DC CCTV ahead of inauguration

D-Link sucks so much at Internet of Suckage security – US watchdog

Japan Reports over 300 Ransomware Attacks on Smart TVs This Year

Changing other people's flight bookings is too easy

Thousands of bogus certs issued after GoDaddy bug blunder

Hotel ransomed by hackers as guests locked out of rooms

How Hackers Could Have Pwned You With a Nasty Steam Bug - Motherboard

iKittens: Iranian Actor Resurfaces with Malware for Mac (MacDownloader)

Web banking malware slurps $1.2m for crooks, now kingpin 'fesses up

Went out boozing in SF during Dreamforce or Oracle OpenWorld? Malware may have slurped your bank card • The Register

Got an OpenBSD Web server? Better patch it • The Register

Cybersecurity experts uncover dormant botnet of 350, 000 Twitter accounts

Hacker: I made 160,000 printers spew out ASCII art around the world • The Register

Polish banks hit by malware sent through hacked financial regulator • The Register

Slammer worm slithers back online to attack ancient SQL servers • The Register

Particle accelerator hacked: Boffins' hashed passwords beamed up • The Register

New SMB bug: How to crash Windows system with a 'link of death' • The Register

Popular hacker warkit Metasploit now hacks hardware and cars • The Register

Chinese hackers switch tactics for spying on Russian jet makers • The Register

'Webroot made my PCs s*** the bed' – AV update borks biz machines hard • The Register

F**k Donald Trump: Hackers wont stop hijacking local US radio stations to play controversial rap song

Careless Licking gets a nasty infection: County stiffed by ransomware • The Register

Home-pwners: Cisco's Prime Home lets hackers hijack people's routers, no questions asked • The Register

WordPress fixed god-mode zero day without disclosing the problem • The Register

Another Schneider vuln: Plaintext passwords on client-side RAM resolved • The Register

Google mistakes the entire NHS for massive cyber-attacking botnet • The Register

Nile Phish: Large-Scale Phishing Campaign Targeting Egyptian Civil Society - The Citizen Lab