Source: theinquirer.net

DDoS attacks in Europe 'down 60 per cent' following WebStresser takedown

DDoS attacks in Europe 'down 60 per cent' following WebStresser takedown

Hard drive borking malware found lurking behind Minecraft skins

Hard drive borking malware found lurking behind Minecraft skins

RottenSys: 'Aggressive' malware found pre-installed on five million Android devices

RottenSys: 'Aggressive' malware found pre-installed on five million Android devices

China 'Bans' Security Researchers from Attending Foreign Conferences

China 'Bans' Security Researchers from Attending Foreign Conferences

Phone-cracking firm claims it can unlock any iPhone running iOS 11

Phone-cracking firm claims it can unlock any iPhone running iOS 11

Facebook says two-factor SMS spam was caused by a 'bug'

Facebook says two-factor SMS spam was caused by a 'bug'

BT starts sharing malware data with rival ISPs in 'world's first'

BT starts sharing malware data with rival ISPs in 'world's first'

Nvidia says its GPU hardware is 'immune' to Meltdown and Spectre flaws (updated)

Nvidia says its GPU hardware is 'immune' to Meltdown and Spectre flaws (updated)

Natwest apologises after failing to act on unencrypted banking website

Natwest apologises after failing to act on unencrypted banking website

Google: 25 per cent of black market passwords can access accounts

Google: 25 per cent of black market passwords can access accounts

Tor updates infrastructure to help protect the identity of servers

Tor updates infrastructure to help protect the identity of servers

Dropbox triples awards for bounty program

Dropbox triples awards for bounty program

Blueborn: Bluetooth hack doesn't require pairing with victims devices

Blueborn: Bluetooth hack doesn't require pairing with victims devices

OurMine hackers hacked Wikileaks because Wikileaks dared them to

OurMine hackers hacked Wikileaks because Wikileaks dared them to

FDA recalls 465,000 pacemakers for firmware update

FDA recalls 465,000 pacemakers for firmware update

90 per cent of hacked firms fess up to running unpatched systems

90 per cent of hacked firms fess up to running unpatched systems