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Friday September 15, 2017. 12:28 PM
Intros CENTA - that new money smell Three of the Bank of England’s cyber specialists have joined NCC Group to lead a newly established threat assurance unit at the UK-based security consultancy firm.…
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It's coming for your jobs, very, very slowly ROTM It's the most eco-friendly DNA walker I know, computer scientist Damien Woods told The Register.…
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But the mission is far from over, say scientists Cassini, one of NASA’s flagship spacecraft, is poised to meet its fiery end today as it plunges down into Saturn’s atmosphere at a speed of 123,000kph (77,000mph) per hour, where it will soon vaporise.…
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Sounds like a good idea but looks can be deceptive Something for the Weekend, Sir? Right. Right. Right. No, left. I said LEFT! Oh for the love of humanity, swipe left now! My eyes! Sorry, no, I mean 'My EARS!'…
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It's 2017 and SVGA device can p0wn enterprise software. Sigh VMware's given vAdmins a busy Friday by disclosing three nasties to patch.…
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We like your startups – now help post-Brexit UK and start selling abroad DSEI 2017 Britain should ramp up exports of defence tech wares after Brexit - and this means more than the traditional guns ‘n’ spyware, according to defence procurement minister Harriett Baldwin...
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You are our product, says The Social Network™, and we productised your racism Facebook has blamed its users for the fact that advertisers on The Social Network™ could target their ads to “Jew-haters” and other anti-Semitic terms.…
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Lock down your UIs, developers – customisation can confuse cretins ON-CALL Welcome again to On-Call, the Friday feature in which we help Reg readers to recount times when they were asked to fix problems that should never have happened.…
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Why people hate cheese and speaker worn in the vagina also score 'make you laugh, then make you think' awards 2017's Ig Nobel prizes have been awarded, again with the aim of shining a light on science that first makes you laugh and then makes you think.…
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S3izure made things tricky for an hour, but was no apocalypS3 to match March mess The world received an unpleasant reminder of what it's like to live without the cloud on Thursday, after Amazon Web Services' Simple Storage Service fluttered for an hour or so.…
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Jobs look to be on their way to India Storage management software vendor Veritas is shrinking its Sydney office, a move The Register understands will mean the loss of over 65 jobs in the support team currently stationed in the Australian city.…
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You're going to run a pair of servers to tend 'things' and pre-analyse their data, OK? The Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC) has decided the world needs a benchmark for the Internet of Things, or at least for the gateways that will do initial processing of...
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Bank wants centrally-managed control over access control Australian bank Westpac has decided the time is right to bring its Distributed System Access service in-house, rather than continue an arrangement that saw it tended by IBM.…
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It's only 0.0026 per cent of traffic, but it's all in plaintext so deserves a red flag Google's Chrome browser will soon label file transfer protocol (FTP) services insecure.…
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50 apps get pulled as ExpensiveWall malware runs riot in the store Google has had to pull 50 malware-laden apps from its Play Store after researchers found that virus writers had once again managed to fool the Chocolate Factory's code checking system.…
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Women get the lowly frontend jobs, while the men bask in backend glory Three former Google employees filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the company on Thursday over charges of unfair pay and promotion.…
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Larry previews 'self-driving' database plans Oracle kicked off its 2018 fiscal year by reporting more than $9bn in total revenues.…
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Cloud-slinger trots out 4TB instances for in-memory databases Amazon Web Services has released a new line of server options aimed at companies looking to run in-memory databases like SAP HANA in its cloud.…
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Thursday September 14, 2017. 11:51 PM
Black planet, black world Scientists studying WASP-12b, an exoplanet 871 light years from Earth, have determined that it reflects almost no light, making it one of the darkest planets in space.…
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It did land, just not in one piece Video Elon Musk is succeeding in his ambition to make space launches boringly reliable, but it still understands that people like to watch things blowing up.…
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