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Monday June 10, 2019. 10:40 PM
Wondering why your inbox was so clear? Bad news… Symantec is working to restore its Email Security.cloud service following a major slowdown that has lasted throughout the US morning and into the afternoon.…
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BGP leaks are common but don’t usually take hours to fix... Comment Yet another large interweb routing blunder has prompted internet engineers to stress the need for additional security at the network's foundational layer, and again raised eyebrows at the behavior of China ...
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Welsh scumbag sent down after trying to blackmail Brit ISP's then-CEO A Welsh man who hacked British ISP TalkTalk in 2015 and siphoned off subscribers' personal data has been sent down for four years.…
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Suffer no more interruptions and downtime: Book a demo session today – and check out the research Sponsored From offices and hospitals to factories, hotels and universities, all say more wireless devices than ever are joining their networks.…
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It is acronym Monday as WCF and WF get OSS projects Microsoft has reiterated its position that 'if it ain't Core you should code with it no more' by distributing a list of what is in and out of its open-source take on.NET.…
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Because nobody really likes spreadsheets Salesforce is buying data visualisation specialist Tableau for $15.7bn as it looks to up its analytics game.…
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Mark Curran can't wait to join 'interesting' IT meltdown bank TSB, the bank that put the 'down' into 'meltdown', has appointed Mark Curran as director of Technology Transformation.…
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Beautiful machines will get a second lease of life British industrial computing specialist Captec has acquired the assets and intellectual property of London-based Aleutia – a maker of tiny, fanless PCs that's been quietly sinking into obscurity.…
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Azure Kubernetes Service reaches China, and did we mention Flight Simulator? Roundup Last week as always saw some new Windows, new toys in Azure and, more importantly, the teasing of a new Flight Simulator.…
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GTS to shoulder third of cuts, with UK and DACH hit hardest The Global Technology Services division at IBM will bear the brunt of the latest round of bloodletting in Europe, according to a letter from the organisation that helps impacted employees navigate redundancy.…
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Microsoft gets nervous, dumps burden of consent on users Microsoft has begun rolling out an update to the Photos app in Windows 10 that prompts you to confirm 'all appropriate consents from the people in your photos and videos', in order to use facial recog to find snaps of...
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Plus, Citrix catches sueball after employee data hacked Roundup It wasn't just fake CIA agents, database mega-hacks and Bing flings in the security world last week. Here are a few tidbits beyond what you've read in El Reg, among them a seven-day vuln and the scummy...
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Plus, Citrix catches sueball after employee data hacked Roundup It wasn't just fake CIA agents, database mega-hacks and Bing flings in the security world last week. Here are a few tidbits beyond what you've read in El Reg.…
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Your rapid-fire guide to machine-learning bits and bytes Roundup It's been a busy seven days in the world of AI, what with Facebook purloining a database of 3D objects to use in its AI projects, and boffins writing software to produce machine-learning models tiny enough to...
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Don't call McKinsey! El Reg can save you $$s by asking our best resource: readers DXC Technology exec veep and GM of the Build division Ed Ho says the organisation has yet to 'define its brand' more than two years after the new corporate entity lurched into being.…
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It isn't only birds that like nesting Who, Me? Ah, the sweet, sweet smell of Monday. What better way to start your week than combining it with the latest confession of wrongdoing from The Register readership in the form of our weekly Who, Me? column.…
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Kaspersky warns of fake 'dirty agent' scam circulating Fraudsters are posing as CIA investigators gone rogue in emails to marks, offering to take bribes to drop bogus investigations into the recipients and claims of online pedophilia, according to Kaspersky.…
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Encrypting web queries makes it more difficult to block underage sexual abuse images Analysis Since last year, organizations like Cloudflare, Google and Mozilla have been working to encrypt DNS queries by implementing a protocol called DNS over HTTPS, one of a handful of...
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Saturday June 8, 2019. 12:34 AM
That three-year anniversary party took a dark turn Samsung has killed off its Joyent public cloud – its unsuccessful answer to Amazon and Google's public cloud services – almost three years to the day after it acquired the biz.…
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Friday June 7, 2019. 11:39 PM
Planner5D wants lots of Zuck's bucks as compensation Facebook used a purloined database of 3D objects for its AI projects, according to a Lithuanian company that spent years and millions of dollars compiling the dataset.…
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