Paying a ransom encourages criminals to target more people, FBI warns
Outdated radio systems used to track agents on US soil believed to have been compromised by an insider
William Yao could face up to ten years in prison if convicted - if he returns from China
The new malware is thought to be the work of North Korean state-linked hacking group HIDDEN COBRA, aka Lazarus Group
Christian Rodriguez collaborated with the FBI to bring down Mexican drug lord
Imminent attacks believed linked to compromise at major card issuer
Iranian crooks used password spraying to bring down targets
Hutchins sleep-deprived and intoxicated at the time of his arrest, claim his lawyers
Trump's cyber security coordinator says both individuals and companies shouldn't use Kaspersky
FBI briefing US companies to dump Kaspersky, claiming intelligence prove it a 'threat to national security'
Kaspersky 'extremely disappointed' at FBI actions against 'law abiding and ethical company'
GCHQ allowed Hutchins to fly and be arrested to avoid extradition battle
But not publicly, or to the software vendor itself
Users wondering about the non-renewal of Riseup's warrant canary have their suspicions confirmed
Cambridge University's Ross Anderson compares Apple vs FBI case to recent Juniper hack, and calls for international co-operation concerning government data requests
Draft bill by Feinstein and Burr would apparently make end-to-end encryption used by Apple and WhatsApp illegal
Agency wants industry help in shutting down MSIL/Samas.A
Investigators "wouldn't need phone" to learn what they need, echoes David Davis MP
Both sides set out their stall in complex case
Box to follow Apple's lead on encryption - but will it bring it into direct confrontation with the authorities?
Kathryn Wynn, senior associate at Pinsent Masons, argues that what the FBI is asking Apple to do could set a dangerous precedent, and risks pushing the boundaries of what is a justifiable invasion of privacy
National Crime Agency issues belated warning - but reveals that at least one arrest has been made
Computing's Danny Palmer almost found out the hard way how cyber criminals are getting craftier...
Administration concedes that legislation to enforce the weakening of security in US products is unlikely to be passed - and adopts a charm offensive instead
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