Another week, another major security flaw. This time it was 'Freak' and related to the discovery that an old encryption standard could be used to decrypt traffic sent over HTTPs connections.
No doubt those worried about the privacy of their communications, whether that's governments or big business, will have been concerned by the flaw, especially as Android, Apple and Windows machines are all known to be affected.
Away from security and SanDisk outlined its intention to shake up the enterprise storage market by offering all-flash systems that deliver the advantages of flash while dramatically reducing the cost.
Lastly, the mobile world and its dog was at Mobile World Congress (MWC) once again to hear all about the latest innovations and ideas.
5G was on the agenda after the EU outlined its desire to keep pace with this technology by working with Japan, China and the US to ensure that everyone progresses together.
Microsoft admits Freak SSL/TLS flaw affects all supported versions of Windows
Android and Apple device users also at risk
SanDisk enters enterprise storage market with all-flash arrays for less than $1 per gigabyte
Firm hopes to tempt business with low-cost offer
Apple knocks Samsung off top smartphone spot with 75 million iPhone 6 sales
Huge success for Apple comes during decline for Samsung
MWC: EU seeks 5G development support from US, Japan and China
Europe determined not to be left behind in mobile data race
EU mobile phone roaming charges could remain until 2018
MEPs' proposals a U-turn on previous decision to remove charges in 2015
MWC: F-Secure stops snoops spying on Apple users with Freedome VPN update
Firm hopes to meet the needs of security-conscious Apple owners
HP adds Eucalyptus to Helion cloud portfolio alongside OpenStack
HP refreshes Helion cloud computing portfolio
MWC: Microsoft details how Universal Apps will run across different device formats
Firm uses mobile trade show to talk more about future developments
MWC: HP Spectre x360 hands-on review
We test another high-end unit from HP
GCHQ launches Cyber Insiders programme to bolster UK security skills
Summer schools hope to uncover the next Alan Turing
British Airways blames 'global systems outage' for IT meltdown
Mark Zuckerberg mercilessly trolled by Harvard student newspaper after return to university he dropped out of 12 years ago
'Unauthorised user' blamed by Harvard for insulting Mark Zoinkerberg
Android under attack from 'Judy', Google Play Store malware that has infected up to 36.5 million users
Yet more Android malware discovered on the Google Play Store
Airport believes new system will be more reliable than GPS or Google Maps