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Monday January 8, 2018. 01:34 PM
More worries for storage admins scouring environments for holes Analysis How will the bugfixes for Intel's Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities affect storage?…
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Fully obliged Uncle Sam in almost half of cases Amazon received more than 2,000 requests for information from governments – and approved almost 900 in full - in the first six months of 2017.…
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Well what do you expect... Another day, another embarrassing gaffe for the Tories. This time it seems someone forgot to renew the UK Conservative Party's website's security certificate.…
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Add in Flatpak/Snap and it could be a revolution Open Source Insider The biggest open source story of 2017 was unquestionably Canonical's decision to stop developing its Unity desktop and move Ubuntu to the GNOME Shell desktop.…
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President and COO leaves gaping exec responsibility hole Object storage supplier Scality has lost its president and COO, Erwan Menard.…
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Adjust for THIS loss, says court as it hands out record penalty A firm of loss adjusters and two rogue private investigators it hired have been given record fines in the UK for illegal trade in personal information.…
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You delete one word and then this happens Exclusive The UK's Financial Conduct Authority has quietly transposed an EU rule without including a crucial bit of detail, thus effectively banning BYOD policies in all financial services organisations across Blighty.…
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Let's bring them down from the hill and see what we have El Reg's storage sheepdog has been out on the hill and gathered a flocklet of storage news.…
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Don't worry about what people say they're doing on Twitter Hang around Twitter long enough and you'll need a double helping of antidepressants to cope with the obvious truth that you are WAY BEHIND ON THE CONTAINER REVOLUTION. Microservices? Everyone else is doing them....
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Zuck says The Social Network™ knows nothing about anything important If the weekend’s excesses suggest that your New Year’s resolutions aren’t going to happen, spare a thought for Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg because he’s given himself 365 days to fix The...
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Is that incriminating data in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me? Over the holidays I bought Apple’s newest, shiniest face scanner. For the first fortnight - and periodically since then, that constant lift-and-scan felt weird. As though my smartphone had...
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KB4056892 is not your friend if you run an Athlon Microsoft’s fix for the Meltdown and Spectre bugs may be crocking AMD-powered PCs.…
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Birds have figured out how to light fires to scare their prey into the open Already replete with sharks, crocodiles, snakes and poisonous jellyfish galore, Australia may also be home to arsonist birds that spread fire so they can feed on animals as they flee.…
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'ARTEMIS' spots bad deliberately rotten routes and sets things to rights The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is one of the Internet's basic pieces of plumbing technologies, but it's also so old it was designed before the security needs of a multi-billion-user network were...
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This is how Azure just hit 30Gbps of throughput – and how clouds are being built now Microsoft has switched on new network interface cards packing field-programmable gate arrays and announced that doing so has let it hit 30Gbps of throughput for servers in Azure.…
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This is serious: some of the messed-up machines can host VMs and databases If you have a Western Digital My Cloud network attached storage device, it's time to learn how to update its OS because researcher James Bercegay has discovered a dozen models possess a hard-coded...
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Newly re-merged open router project goes live The OpenWRT and LEDE open router projects have merged and promised a major release in the coming months.…
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Software couldn't tell when its own arse was on fire The South Australian State government has announced it will end its contract with Victorian company Ripe Intelligence after an app intended to provide 'real-time, relevant and personalised event and warning information'...
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Sunday January 7, 2018. 08:54 PM
Illinois team says cell tech great for mobes and 'leccy cars A band of boffins from Illinois have published a paper detailing a new battery design for mobile devices and electric vehicles that could increase capacity up to eight times while reducing costs.…
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Saturday January 6, 2018. 02:58 AM
Googler drops bug bomb in public – but don't panic Cfir Cohen, a security researcher from Google's cloud security team, on Wednesday disclosed a vulnerability in the fTMP of AMD's Platform Security Processor (PSP), which resides on its 64-bit x86 processors and provides...
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