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Monday January 15, 2018. 12:02 AM
Yup: LKML.org and all its records of the planet's most-used OS were on one disk Spare a thought for Jasper Spaans, who hosts the Linux Kernel Mailing List archive from a single PC that lives in his home. And since things always happen this way the home machine died while he...
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Saturday January 13, 2018. 11:11 AM
A quick catch-up on infosec stuff beyond what we've already reported Roundup The security world is still feeling the aftereffects of last week's CPU design flaw disclosures, which continued to dominate the news this week, even amid the noisy CES jamboree in Las Vegas.…
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Shared hosting oversight bites free SSL/TLS certificate org Let's Encrypt – a SSL/TLS certificate authority run by the non-profit Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) to programmatically provide websites with free certs for their HTTPS websites – on Thursday said it...
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House reps approve bill requiring vuln disclosure reports The US House of Representatives this week approved a bill that, given further legislative and executive branch support, will require the American government to account for its handling of software and hardware...
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US House rep proposes govt ban on Chinese mobile tech A law bill introduced into the US House of Representatives would, if passed, ban Uncle Sam's agencies from using stuff made by Chinese mobile giants ZTE and Huawei.…
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Friday January 12, 2018. 11:57 PM
Maybe they should have shoved in some AI love-bots to spice things up Comment This week, the tech world has been consumed with intrigue over the details of alleged 'sex parties' hosted by Silicon Valley's power brokers.…
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Govt CIOs failing to scrutinize techies' spending – watchdog American government agencies are spending billions of tax dollars on IT projects without getting the proper approval or oversight.…
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Fake tech support mails used to phish for photo album logins A fourth man has admitted stealing Hollywood stars' private nude photos that eventually leaked online in what became known as Celebgate.…
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Make like a virtual machine, and migrate out of here, small percentage of staff told Virtualization kingpin VMware is this month laying off staff again.…
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It's not like a recall is possible, says chip security expert Analysis Processor security experts – including one cited in the Meltdown paper – are split on whether the resolution of the Spectre vulnerability may need to involve hardware modifications or the software...
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Easy as A, B, CTRL+P Updated Security shortcomings in Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT) can be exploited by miscreants to bypass login prompts on notebook computers.…
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It's been a week, hasn't it, storage bods... After multiple, multiple quarters of doing a reverse IBM and growing revenues quarter after quarter after quarter, Veeam has been beaming about having grown revenues some more.…
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Become the ruler of all you survey Security people talk of an attack surface to describe exposure to malware and hacking. The bigger the attack surface, the more at risk you are.…
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Google’s Play Store fails again Researchers have found a batch of over 60 malware-carrying apps in Google's Play Store designed to rob mobile users or show them pornography, all with a kid-friendly theme.…
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Are you getting that syncing feeling? DropBox has reportedly filed for an IPO, giving it fresh capital to fund a significant expansion.…
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Global sales fall for 13th straight quarter America’s PC market sneezed in Q4 calendar and the rest of the world caught a cold: global sales declined in the final three months of last year, stats from Gartner indicated – although rival IDC did not concur.…
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Austrian lawmakers bump up row over criminal content The European Court of Justice has been asked to decide whether Facebook should actively search for hate speech posted by users.…
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Unwieldy projects AND leaving the EU? Don't make us laugh The UK government's spending watchdog has warned HMRC is biting off more than it can chew by undergoing major transformational projects while simultaneously coping with the fallout of Brexit.…
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Power up your brain with our 2018 lectures If you’re worried you still haven’t gotten your head around 2017, never mind the changes that 2018 will bring, don’t worry: our next tranche of Register Lectures will give you the required brain charge. Or at least give you...
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General assumption is yes. But five suppliers say no Analysis Is the performance sapping spectre of the X86 Spectre/Meltdown bug fixes hanging over SAN storage arrays? The general assumption is 'yes' but five suppliers say not.…
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