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Twitter launches paid bug bounty programme, paying from $140 per problem

No maximum limit on bounty prizes, but no backdated payouts for previous bug hunters

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AVG pays $220m for Location Labs to boost mobile security

Dutch firm snaps up US up-and-coming security player, and secures $300m loan

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De-evolved Gameover Zeus malware found in spam messages

Cyber attack takes step backward following takedown

Apple investigating iCloud hack reports after celebrity photo theft

Security community cites as proof consumer clouds aren't fit for business

Point-of-sale Backoff hackers ensnaring hundreds of victims per week

Kaspersky sinkhole reveals woeful state of PoS security

Europol launches all-star anti-hacker ‘J-CAT' taskforce

International pilot initiative to take on dark forums and banking Trojans

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Evolved Bifrose Tor malware caught hitting ‘device manufacturer'

Elusive malware hides movements from white hats

Met Police website DoS attacker pleads guilty

Cyber crook to be sentenced in October

Google cloud security given ISO stamp of approval

Wins accreditation for Google Apps for Business and Education

Racing Post slammed by ICO for poor website security after major breach

Companies urged to be ready for cyber attacks

FBI investigating cyber strike on JP Morgan

Hackers believed to be Russian

PlayStation Network hit by DDoS attacks, top exec in flight bomb scare

Gaming giant in the thick of online activist action once again

GCHQ and NSA spooks leaking Tor bugs to developers

Agents tipping Tor Project off about undiscovered vulnerabilities

GCHQ launches cyber war games to find future spooks

Cyber security challenge contestants tasked to defend fictional aerospace firm

Microsoft warns of fake virus alert hitting Windows users

Hacker upstarts filling gap left by blocked rogue antivirus scams

CERT-UK launches East Midlands-focused anti-hacker cell

Regional service to facilitate threat data-sharing between firms, government and academia

Hackers break into Nuclear Regulatory Commission computers

Leaked internal investigation report chronicles security woes

BlackBerry creates tech unit focused on patents, QNX and Internet of Things

Sandeep Chennakeshu to lead new unit as part of firm's ongoing turnaround

Apple stores user data on Chinese servers, claims it will improve iCloud performance

The tech giant denies the move will put its users’ data privacy at the mercy of Chinese laws

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