Fallout from Ashley Madison hack
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Blackmail and suicide

The hackers who published the data from Ashley Madison hack appear to have taken more collateral damage than they expected.

Hackers dump cheating partners' details on Darkweb
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There if you know where to look

Hackers dumped online personal details of more than a million users of infidelity website AshleyMadison.com, onto the dark web.

Italian teen found what Apple security experts couldn't
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Forbidden to fix it

An Italian teenager has found two zero-day vulnerabilities in Apple's OS X operating system that could be used to gain remote access to a computer.

Apple spends a fortune protecting Cook
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From what?

Fruity cargo cult Apple is so terrified that something bad will happen to its leader Tim Cook that it spends nearly $700,000 to protect him. 

McAfee arrested in US
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Call security

IT bad boy John McAfee fought the law and the law won.

NSA will stop looking at bulk data collection
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Trust it

The National Security Agency has said that it will end its access to most bulk data collected under a controversial surveillance program in November, but keep records for litigation purposes. 

HTML5 security might hide web exploits
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Turning gamekeepers into poachers

Some of the features introduced in HTML5 can be used to hide web-based exploits and help them evade security.

Apple inserts bug into OSX
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Allows designer malware

The software genii at Apple have redesigned their OSX software to allow malware makers to make designer micro-software that can infect Macs with rootkits.

Blackberry buys AtHoc
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Wants more security

Troubled smartphone maker BlackBerry is buying AtHoc.

Spam rates fall below 50 per cent
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Spam, spam, spam

The amount of spam clogging up the internet is officially the lowest it has been for ten years.