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Tuesday May 29, 2018. 10:44 AM
Securing company data just got even harder After years of dire predictions, the problems caused by weak identity management could be about to catch up with businesses across the UK.…
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Unmanned surveill-o-plane firm goes under the hood with El Reg Interview 'It's just too hard to maintain all of those threads,' eye-in-the-sky drone firm Insitu told The Register, explaining its move away from FPGAs to commercial off-the-shelf compute hardware for its AI and ...
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If someone asks how you heard about it, tell them you read it at El Reg to save embarrassment Faced with growing state enthusiasm to block its services, one of the world's most popular adult sites has created its own virtual private network (VPN).…
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The road to hell is paved with floppy disks and bad anti-virus software Who, me? Welcome again to “Who, me?”, The Register’s confessional column in which readers reveal their mistakes*.…
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New Gartner Supernatural Square has AWS and Azure on top, IBM and Alibaba lagging and Oracle on an offensive Analyst firm Gartner’s 2018 Magic Quadrant for infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has again found that Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are the most mature...
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SingTel then left them open for a while, because... well there's no excuse is there? Singaporean broadband subscribers were left vulnerable to attackers after their ISP opened remote access ports on their gigabit modems and forgot to close them.…
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Bad Vlad won't care, but this puts voting infrastructure on par with DNS and BGP The Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC) has called for an end to cyber-attacks on electoral infrastructure.…
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Big-in-Japan 'bot offers root access through hard-coded password and worse bugs too Softbank's popular anthropomorphic robot, Pepper, has myriad security holes according to research published by Scandinavian researchers earlier this month.…
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Monday May 28, 2018. 08:06 AM
Everything's fine! A $1.3 billion fine! Winning! On Friday, United States president Donald Trump Tweeted that ZTE will be allowed to sell into America again, subject to board changes, security controls, and a fine.…
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Pong paddle goes dark Atari cofounder and co-creator of the legendary Pong, Ted Dabney, has died aged 81 from esophageal cancer.…
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Pong paddle goes dark Atari co-founder and co-creator of the legendary Pong, Ted Dabney, has died aged 81 from esophageal cancer.…
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Feds trying to catalogue VPNFilter infections The FBI has reminded the world it wants us to reboot our routers to try and help it identify VPNFilter-affected routers.…
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How's that 'self-driving' vision coming along, again? Fiat Chrysler America is recalling 4.8 million vehicles in the US to fix a software bug that could lock the vehicle's cruise control.…
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Compensation offer after Total Outage Ends Support for Usual Performance The National Australia Bank has been sharply criticised after a seven-hour outage on Saturday that took down its ATMs, EFTPOS, Internet banking, mobile banking services, and call centre operations.…
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Saturday May 26, 2018. 04:01 PM
Some security bites for the long weekend Roundup While this week was dominated by news of a new Spectre variant, the VPNFilter botnet, and TalkTalk's badbad routersrouters, plenty of other stories popped up.…
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Some security bites for the long weekend Roundup While this week was dominated by news of a new Spectre variant, the VPNFilter botnet, and TalkTalk's badbad routersrouters, plenty of other stories popped up.…
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And more! Roundup Here’s a quick roundup to keep you updated on what’s been happening in AI, beyond what we've already covered, for your long weekend.…
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But applications the iGiant removes on its own won't be included In its latest Transparency Report, covering government demands for customer and device data in the second half of 2017, Apple said that it will soon enumerate government app takedown requests.…
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Friday May 25, 2018. 11:38 PM
And helps cable industry tackle scourge of streaming boxes US airwaves watchdog the FCC has taken a lot of flak in the past year for its determined effort to roll back its own rules on net neutrality – but that issue aside, the federal regulator has its finger on the pulse ...
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Political ad rules come at a bad time for some politicians In its effort to prevent election meddling in America, Facebook has ended up meddling in an election in America.…
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