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Saturday May 4, 2019. 01:37 AM
But for some, new additions to game are distinctly not OK It's official: you can now 'dox' Scrabble players.…
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Friday May 3, 2019. 10:46 PM
Lets the President’s Cup Cybersecurity Competition begin! And may the odds be ever in your favor 'A year after the White House eliminated the position of cybersecurity coordinator, President Donald Trump called for everyone else to do the opposite and push cybersecurity...
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US government lawyers reckon chief financial officer 'is an especially dangerous criminal' Prosecutors in the Autonomy trial in San Francisco are not holding back from demonizing a senior Autonomy executive.…
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Sudden flurry of forum posts leaves a few clues Updated Programmers say they've been hit by ransomware that seemingly wipes their Git repositories' commits and replaces them with a ransom note demanding Bitcoin.…
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But we've added networking features, OK? Bare metal cloud provider Packet, which specialises in services aimed at devs, has deployed infrastructure in Phoenix and Pittsburgh. This brings its total number of data center locations to 20 - up from just four in the beginning of...
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Seagate's spinners stopping spinning more often, though Updated Cloud backup bods Backblaze this week cracked open another spreadsheet and fed it some log files, spitting out a bunch of fresh drive availability stats that show a mild uptick in Seagate drive failures.…
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In Russia the internet regulates you Russia's internet iron curtain has been formally signed into law by President Putin. The nation's internet service providers have until 1 November to ensure they comply.…
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Yes, yes, yes, we've told the ICO we are doing so, says HMRC Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, aka the tax collector, has agreed to delete five million voice recordings it used to create biometric IDs.…
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As ways to build credibility go, it didn't help Autonomy Trial A witness for HPE who turned up at the Autonomy trial claiming to have been the British firm’s chief architect was forced to look at his own Linkedin page and admit that he was no such thing.…
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Dyspeptic hyperscalers belch: We couldn't eat another bite for now, thanks Switch-making Cisco nemesis Arista Networks has reported a bottom line expansion in calendar Q1 financials, amid demand from hyperscale data centre operators, including Facebook - which recently...
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One of two dark net marketplaces taken down by coppers as they cuff 3 in Germany, 2 in LA Three people have been arrested in Germany in connection with a dark net souk for drugs, dodgy documents and stolen data called the Wall Street Market.…
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More entertaining than Myers-Briggs, about as useful as a bag of… sticks Poll Do you spend more time chatting at the watercooler than at your work desk? You’re probably a curious collaborator. Do you take pleasure in pointing out other people’s mistakes? You might just ...
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Lawyer David Drummond and bean counter Ruth Porat get to sleep on beds of cash Google's parent company Alphabet shovelled $47.2m into chief legal officer David Drummond and chief financial officer Ruth Porat's pockets in 2018, amid another bumper year of litigation - and a...
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No wonder it split off its non-profit arm to make money The latest tax return forms filed by neural-network boffinry center OpenAI this year shows just how expensive it is to run an independent AI research institute without the financial backing of giant tech orgs.…
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Learn the skills you need to fend off cybercriminals Promo The internet is full of hacking tools and bad guys only too eager to use them. To help organisations keep their precious data out of the criminals’ hands, IT security training specialist SANS Institute is planning...
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RIP: Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew Obit Peter Mayhew, the actor best known for playing Chewbacca in the Star Wars films, has died aged 74.…
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You've read through the terms and conditions, yes? Something for the Weekend, Sir? I arise with thoughts of robots having sex.…
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Users can’t log in, start firing up the old Excel Updated Software management and automation service ConnectWise has gone for a liedown this morning for many users in the UK in what seems to be an EU-wide issue.…
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Parched Itokawa was hiding watery tricks up its sleeve A pair of astronomers have managed to find water in an asteroid sample mined from the rocky remnant Itokawa, a type of asteroid previously thought to be bone dry.…
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Creepycams are fine. Public just needs to trust us... I mean them, I mean private firms Opposition MPs have debated whether automated facial recognition technology should be used at all in the UK, after a pressure group mounted legal challenges against police use of...
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