Computer History Museum saves Eudora
Publishes under the BSD licence.
Show it once, it'll figure things out.
Will break again come Chrome 70.
Still claims its software is trustworthy.
MIT Licence so it can live on.
Update can reopen the security hole.
Open Rights Group considering a complaint.
Easily fixed, thankfully.
Passwords? Who needs 'em?
Emails and hashed passwords snagged in 2014.
As evidence emerges of CEO's foreknowledge.
Hid the breach for a year, sources say.
The first of several partnerships.
Yes, you read that right: selfie screenshot.
Anime fan with a penchant for DS games, it seems.
Tracks vulnerabilities in vulnerability tracker.
Admits to uploading files, but immediately deleted them.
No reports of UK infection, says NCSC.
Capable of beating human champions in just three days.
Badly misjudged the severity of the attack.
Ultra HD benchmarking for paying users.
'Caught in a geopolitical fight'.
Targets trolls in conference speech.
Says it's pickier than the competition.