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Thursday February 15, 2018. 10:29 PM
Passport scans, drivers licenses, etc, exposed online Another day, another unsecured Amazon Web Services S3 storage bucket spilling secrets onto the public internet.…
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Watch out for text bomb that crashes apps and devices over and over and... Apple last month fixed a flaw in macOS and iOS that allowed a text message to crash its chat software (CVE-2018-4100) – and now it has the opportunity to do so again.…
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Oh yeah, we patched that in October, Windows giant yawns Microsoft has poured a bucket of cold water on people freaking out over a supposedly unfixable security flaw in Skype.…
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Buy price not revealed Oracle is to gobble security outfit Zenedge for likely less than CTO Larry Ellison spends on tanning lotion each year an unspecified sum.…
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Now can you remove it from every Start Menu? Readers with good memories may recall that when Windows NT was launched, it came in Workstation and Advanced Server editions, with the former fulfilling most duties of a server. There were no limits on TCP/IP connections, for...
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vApp Manager contained undocumented default account Dell EMC has patched two serious flaws in the management interface for its VMAX enterprise storage systems, one of which could potentially allow a remote attacker to gain unauthorised access to systems.…
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Yep, it's another case of the unchecked filing cabinet Updated A counselling charity has been accused of breaching Blighty's data protection law after confidential files were discovered in an old office building.…
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Goncalo Esteves sobbed as he was sentenced A 24-year-old Essex man behind the reFUD.me antivirus evasion site, who made an estimated half a million pounds from Bitcoin, has been jailed for two years.…
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Just kidding – vague definitions, confounding factors mean you probably shouldn't panic... yet A study has suggested a link between diets high in ultra-processed foods and an increased risk of cancer – but academics have warned against over-interpreting the results.…
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IT contractors warned to get house in order A BBC presenter must pay £419,151 in taxes after a UK tax tribunal ruled her contract should have been subject to IR35 legislation – a judgment that has been described as a wake-up call for IT freelancers.…
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London Assembly report shines light on UK.gov's auto auto plans The London Assembly has lashed out at driverless cars, declaring that autonomous vehicles could cause 'significant job losses' – while figures from the UK's driverless car industry told it that they don't...
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Not so strategic now Nokia appears to be revising its ambition to be the data kingpin of the digital health industry. The Finnish telecomms giant has put its Digital Health business up for “strategic review”.…
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Did somebody say VAT fraud? Yes, the Insolvency Service did The boss of an Oxford-based mobile phone dealer who used a carousel scam to defraud the British tax collector from hundreds of thousands of pounds was today banned from holding directorships for 12 years.…
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It's not David Icke, it's Ayatollah Khamenei's former top general Iran has gone full David Icke and accused lizards that 'attract atomic waves' of spying for the West.…
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Want high speeds? Go to Latvia The UK is performing so poorly in fibre internet penetration that it isn't even included in a European study.…
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CLL18 delivers reports from the front line Talk about DevOps, Containers or Agile all you want, but sometimes you’ve just got to zip up your hoodie and do it.…
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But they're trying, bless 'em, says IHS Markit report Data centre operators are going green because renewable energy costs less, receives tax subsidies and customers like the idea, according to a report by analysts at IHS Markit.…
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English translation of probe into Finnish phone giant's twilight makes for interesting reading The first English translation of Operation Elop, an examination by Finnish journalists into the final years of Nokia phones, has reignited debate about the fate of what was...
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Inside Porthcurno's world-spanning telegraphy web Geek's Guide to Britain I'm sitting on a perfect sandy beach in dazzling winter sunshine which makes it feel two months warmer than it really is. The beach is nearly empty, although a couple of dogs are enjoying the surf. The ...
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'Almost certain' assessment enough for official blast from Foreign Office Updated The United Kingdon's Foreign and Commonwealth Office has formally 'attributed the NotPetya cyber-attack to the Russian Government', specifically the nation's military.…
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