Chet and Duck are here with their weekly roundup of news, opinion, advice and research.
Take a listen to our weekly 15-minute podcast on computer security - Chet Chat Episode 123.
A wild ride this week, with Patch Tuesday turning 10, Adobe "going open source" by losing 40GB of code, and Silk Road operator Dread Pirate Roberts getting locked in the brig.
Chet and Duck turn their amusing but insightful attention to the latest security stories...
Who was Dread Pirate Roberts, and where is he now? What happened in Adobe's latest network breach? What is "cryptographic chutzpah", and how do you show it?
Find out in the latest 60 Second Security...
How safe is the SIM in your mobile phone? Could it be remotely infected with malware?
Possibly - watch this week's 60 Second Security video and find out more!
It's more Cape of Storms than it is Cape of Good Hope for an alleged phishing gang reportedly busted in Cape Town in South Africa's Western Cape.
The gang supposedly used a mixture of email and SMS to lure their victims into giving away PII...
A pair of former Subway franchisees from California have been charged with cyberfraud against their former fellows.
The DoJ alleges they sold pre-compromised PoS systems that allowed them to plunder gift card credits from afar...
Romanian hackers busted with half a MILLION credit cards from Australia - how could THAT have happened?
A Romanian carding crew allegedly made off with half a million Aussie credit card numbers, racking up charges averaging more than $1000 each on 30,000 of them.
Half a MILLION cards from Australia. And the crooks didn't even need to leave Romania. How could THAT have happened?
The FBI is cock-a-hoop today, having just announced the bust of six Estonians for malware-related cybercrimes.
The case goes back to 2007, with the investigation itself apparently having taken two years.
A 24-year-old, described as a researcher at Harvard University's Center for Ethics, has been arrested in Massachusetts, USA, on a raft of computer crime charges.
The charge-sheet is curiously reminiscent of a hacker movie.
Two Korean hackers from a server rental company have been arrested over DDoS attacks against rivals.
Seems they also attacked a prospective customer who turned down their cloud services - an interesting sales technique!