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Thursday August 2, 2018. 10:07 PM
Legal letters, Whois no longer good for obtaining HTTPS certs Lawyers will no longer be allowed to certify someone's ownership of an internet domain name, and the public Whois no longer represents proof of ownership, when it comes to assigning security certificates to site...
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He'll almost certainly get more than a three-hour tour after DDoS strike on medics A self-styled Anonymous hacker who attempted to flee the US in a sailboat has been convicted of two felonies for his role in a 2014 distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack on a children's...
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New Pelion platform will make sense of terabytes of data from anywhere to anywhere Chipmaker AMD has launched a new internet-of-things platform that it claims will be able to handle any data from any device on any cloud.…
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SaaSy Pelion will try to make sense of terabytes of data from anywhere to anywhere Arm – the designer of processors used in billions of gadgets, smartphones, and other devices – has launched a new Internet-ofThings platform that it claims will be able to handle any data...
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Switchzilla slurps trusted access into cloud to make it rain Cisco has announced plans to buy privately held authentication firm Duo Security for $2.35bn (£1.80bn).…
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5 lucky readers - and their pals - are off to Great British Beer Festival Competition It’s competition winner time at Vulture Central as we announce the five lucky readers destined to receive free tickets to the CAMRA Great British Beer Festival.…
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Plus: Ofcom report reveals demise of the phone-call Communications revenues in the UK reached their lowest point in 2017, falling 2.1 per cent to £54.7bn, while people are ditching calls and texts for over-the-top messaging, according to Ofcom.…
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Alex Stamos's replacement not yet announced Facebook chief security officer Alex Stamos is leaving the social network to work on information warfare at Stanford University. The social network has not named any replacement.…
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Acquisition-happy services slinger to become inky tentacle of globocorp HP Inc. has announced that is acquiring UK-based managed print and document services slinger Apogee in a $500m (£380m) deal.…
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Battle of database rivals fuelled by reports marketplace monster is flying off Big Red Amazon is reportedly planning to stop relying on cloud rival Oracle’s database software entirely by early 2020.…
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Hint... buy a ticket now, join us at our event in November Whether you’re contemplating a ground-up tech transformation or are looking at how to extend a stretched but essentially sound legacy system, Serverless is going to be on your agenda - whether you realise it right...
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Hint...buy now, join us in November Whether you’re contemplating a ground-up tech transformation or are looking at how to extend a stretched but essentially sound legacy system, Serverless is going to be on your agenda - whether you realise it right now or not.…
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Review sites? Who needs 'em! Fanbois need never leave the App Store again Apple extended a corporate middle finger toward its army of fanbois as it announced the death of apps in the iTunes Affiliate Program yesterday.…
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£100m funding for unified IT systems, biometrics, data exploitation The British government has sunk £100m into efforts to link up cops’ IT systems, boost resource-sharing and develop digital forensics.…
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Buddy, can you spare a time? When you need parts-per-billion frequency accuracy, “Let's synchronise our watches” doesn't cut it. Take LTE and 5G for example: they need tight synchronisation, both in frequency and phase, and that makes time-signalling an important part of ...
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If so, then this latest Reg survey is for you Study Dealing with regulated data and applying strict controls to ensure compliance is life as usual in many industries.…
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If it's good enough for me... Analysis Intriguing news for anyone who believes that FIDO two-factor authentication keys are the obvious way to stop phishing attacks that not enough people use – Google is launching its own authentication token.…
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Secure tunneling tech hopes to move from module to resident The developer of WireGuard has laid the groundwork for plugging his open-source privacy tool directly into the Linux kernel in hope of making secure communications easier to deploy and manage.…
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How'd you like those 'robots won't steal your job' headlines now, Reg editors? Muahaha Pedants, imagine how much more relaxed your life would be if artificial intelligence automatically corrected grammar mistake's in online forum and social network posts.…
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British civil servants go bonkers with no booze, or too much Here’s a bit of good news. If you like alcohol, then keep drinking, and if you don’t, then you should start drinking – in moderation, of course, unless you want to increase your chances of developing...
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