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Monday February 5, 2018. 06:01 PM
Brit, US prosecutors aren't out of options yet Analysis Accused hacker Lauri Love will not be extradited from the UK to America to stand trial on accusations that he hacked into a number of American government agencies, the High Court ruled this morning.…
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'Active defence' strategy review says all is peachy one year on GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre claims that its strategy of 'actively defending' the UK against high-volume commodity attacks is working.…
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Refreshes SMB-sized deduping backup-to-disk box Down in the Dell there is a new Data Domain box – a smallish, entry-level one – the DD3300.…
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Where do you start? The IT department's transition from being an on-premises owner and manager of an IT equipment stack which provisions and plans data compute, storage and networking to being a responsive services provider is a 2018 priority for many.…
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B-b-b.. is that the sound of a bubble bursting? Lloyds bank has stopped credit card customers from buying bitcoin, amid concerns of a credit risk surrounding the cryptocurrency's rapidly falling value.…
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Korean flasher poised to enter enterprise SSD market SK Hynix, currently focused on client SSDs, is posed to enter the enterprise SSD market with 72-layer 3D NAND tech.…
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Reports say it wants to slap $120bn-$145bn big ones on table Chip slinger Broadcom has turned up the heat on its hostile bid to take over rival Qualcomm today, with the semiconductor biz expected to raise its offer by between $15bn-$40bn (£10.7bn-£28bn).…
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Cams on in Cardiff as activists decry 'infringement' of rights South Wales Police deployed facial recognition technology in Cardiff this weekend, making multiple arrests using the controversial kit.…
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High Court nixes earlier legal order that would have sent him abroad Accused hacker Lauri Love will not be extradited to United States to stand trial, the High Court of England and Wales ruled today.…
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Lee Jae-yong to challenge remaining corruption allegations The heir to Samsung, Lee Jae-yong, has been freed with a suspended sentence after spending a year in jail on charges of offering bribes to the disgraced former president of South Korea, Park Geun-hye.…
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Data wrangler seeks injunctions for 'breaches of duty' Court documents filed in Hortonworks’ lawsuit against a former sales manager in the UK detailed accusations that he had allegedly nicked contracts for himself and his next employer, The Register can reveal.…
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How'd data leave country? Yep, control-V'd into a rando app the user set up Once upon a time, you’d go into the office, do your work during the day at your desk, then leave everything behind and go home. Well, end users would - IT workers have been lugging home the on-call ...
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£10m revamp warms up Cold War site – but chunks of it are still a holiday lodge The Royal Air Force has moved one of its air defence radars onto the northern tip of the Shetland Islands as Cold War-era fears about Russian military movements start warming up again.…
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Calls to iron out age-verification method and appeals process Peers have rubber-stamped the British Board of Film Classification as the regulator for age checks on porn websites, but voiced concerns over delays in issuing guidance.…
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Calls to iron out age-verification method and appeals process Peers have rubber-stamped the British Board of Film Classification as the regulator for age checks on porn websites, but voiced concerns over delays in issuing guidance.…
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OS-detection services disagree on which Windows reigns Web analytics outfit StatCounter last week trumpeted news that Windows 10’s market share overtook Windows 7’s for the first time in January 2018. But other ratings services didn’t find the same result.…
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Guarding the kernel against unauthorised changes The folk at OpenWall have called for assistance to create a security module to watch Linux kernels for suspicious activity.…
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240-seat A321LR takes to the skies with 7,400km range Airbus has flown a new version of its A320 jetliner that it hopes will take the twin-engine workhorse onto long-haul routes.…
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There’s a reason racks are parallel, not L-shaped Who, me? Welcome for the third time to Who, me? The Register’s new column in which readers ‘fess up to messes of their own making.…
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Gravitational microlensing helps astroboffins spot planets 3.8 BEELLION light-years away The Kepler Space Telescope has found oodles of exoplants, but now astroboffins have spotted the first exoplanets outside our galaxy.…
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