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samedi 22 septembre 2018
11:54The curious sudden rise of free US election 'net security guardians
There is no such thing as a gratis lunch, after all Analysis Nothing super-fuels a security sales pitch like the sort of threat it’s hard to ignore.…
09:01Virus screener goes down, Intel patches more chips, Pegasus government ...
Plus: Gov pay sites take a dive, and more Roundup When we weren't dealing with malware bricked-breweries, poorly-wiped servers or litigious vendors, we had a number of other security headaches to keep busy with.…
vendredi 21 septembre 2018
23:11US cities react in fury to FCC's $2bn break for 5G telcos: We'll be...
Federal price cap will undercut existing agreements, says just about every big city in America A plan to impose a federal price cap and one-size-fits-all model for the rollout of next-generation mobile networks has been met with fury by US cities.…
22:06Fat chance: Cholesterol leads boffins to discover world's oldest...
We've all got a little, er, Richardinsonia in our animal family tree, it appears Video A fossil of the earliest known animal on Earth has been discovered in cliffs along the White Sea on the northwest coast of Russia.…
20:45Twitter: Don't panic, but we may have leaked your DMs to rando devs
Internet outrage mobile insists year-long API bug would have been super-hard to exploit Twitter is in full damage control mode after disclosing that it may have inappropriately exposed some unlucky twits' private tweets and direct messages to strangers.…
19:50Couldn't give a fsck about patching? Well, that's your WordPress...
Fiends use vulns to lure victims into tech support scams Website admins are urged to update their WordPress installations as soon as possible to the latest version following a rash of attacks exploiting known vulnerabilities in the web publishing software.…
18:37Buried in the hype, one little detail: Amazon's Alexa-on-a-chip could...
But then again, it doesn't actually exist, so... Analysis Amid the enormous bundle of digital-assistant devices and technology Amazon super-hyped this week, one particular component has the potential to change the future of the smart home market.…
18:02Windows Admin Center gets an update, just in time for Server 2019
Who wouldn't like a Honolulu holiday? Legacy Windows admins, that's who Microsoft has released Windows Admin Center 1809 and its SDK, with a variety of tweaks and enhancements to Redmond’s latest take on managing a Windows environment.…
16:30HP Ink should cough up $1.5m for bricking printers using unofficial...
Stung punters seek compo for 'security feature' update HP Inc customers in the US have asked a California court to sign off on a $1.5m settlement over a firmware update that bricked printers using third-party ink cartridges.…
15:31iFixit engineers have an L of a time pulling apart Apple's iPhone XS
Battery has a weird shape, power is down but hey, it has a hidden Notch! The screwdriver fiddlers at iFixit have inflicted their usual brand of affection upon Apple’s pricey new phones and found a battery of a most unusual shape.…
14:36HPE UK shunts cloud biz into London hipster shack amid rebrand
Slices, dices and merges people, ops into Shoreditch enclave Hewlett Packard Enterprise UK is grouping its disparate cloud businesses, scrapping the brands of services outfits it has bought and moving the whole thing to a hipster village in East London.…
13:58Enigma message crack honours pioneering Polish codebreakers
Plus: The Reg chats to wartime Bombe operator Ruth Bourne The Bombe team at The National Museum Of Computing (TNMOC) has succeeded in breaking an Enigma-encrypted message in a live Poland-to-England demo.…
12:50Scottish brewery recovers from ransomware attack
Trouble ferments after hackers lock system and Arran with it Staff at Arran Brewery were locked out of its computer systems this week following a ransomware attack.…
12:20Still using Skype? Good news! After HOURS of meetings, Microsoft...
Plus: New passive aggressive 'Quiet Mode' Microsoft has tweaked the presence model of its chat platform, Skype, in an effort to calm users still shrieking about lost features in the version 8 'upgrade'.…
11:52UKIP flogs latex love gloves: Because Brexit means Brexit
Safety first, folks. *Go on. Insert your joke about defending our borders below* The UK Independence Party is flogging multi-packs of rubber johnnies bearing the mug of former leader Nigel Farage. It is also unloading single packs for those more realistic about their chances of bedding someone this weekend or beyond.…
11:24Adobe forks out $4.75bn for Marketo in massive marketing mashup move
Deal puts pressure on competitors Adobe has forked out $4.75bn for cloudy software-as-a-service biz Marketo, in one of the largest marketing tech buys to date.…
10:48You're alone in a room with the Windows 10 out-of-the-box apps. What...
Worst Crystal Maze Challenge ever Imagine you’ve just returned to work from a lengthy sabbatical and found, among the thousands of increasingly shrill and unanswered emails in your mailbox, one telling you that you are now the proud product owner of a bunch of Windows OS apps. What would you do?…
10:18UK cops run machine learning trials on live police operations....
RUSI: How about some codes of practice, transparency, for starters? The use of machine learning algorithms by UK police forces is unregulated, with little research or evidence that new systems work, a report has said.…
09:44I want to buy a coffee with an app – how hard can it be?
Mindlessly self-indulgent app developers have a laugh at our expense Something for the Weekend, Sir? I can't get it up. Give me a few moments and I'll try again. Yes, I have tried rubbing it but thanks for the suggestion. What's that? I'm grasping it too firmly? Or I'm flashing in the wrong direction? Tell you what, I'll keep fiddling with it while you satisfy one of your other customers.…
09:03Curiosity's computer silent on science, baffling boffins
Robot is 'responsive' but for some reason it can't transmit science data Since last weekend, an as-yet-undiagnosed glitch in the Mars Curiosity Rover has baffled boffins at NASA.…
08:13Spent your week box-ticking? It can't be as bad as the folk at this...
Biz decides it's cheaper to bring in minimum wage jockey than fix database On-Call Friday has rolled around, regular as clockwork, and we celebrate the end of the week in the time-honoured way: On-Call, our regular column for techies to vent about frustrations from days gone by.…
07:50Fallover Friday: NatWest, RBS and Ulster Bank go TITSUP*
British banking public biffed a day after Barclays blunder Updated Online and mobile banking services from RBS Group subsidiaries NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland, and Ulster Bank crashed at around 5am this morning and remain down.…
07:16Never mind Brexit. UK must fling more £billions at nuke subs, say MPs
New boats, decommissioning old ones, skills shortage... The Ministry of Defence has too many bigshots and not enough grunts – or cash – to reliably keep Britain’s nuclear deterrent hiding beneath the ocean waves, according to Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee.…
06:06Head for sunny Nice to catch up with the fast-moving world of software ...
DevOps World | Jenkins World makes its European debut Promo A survey by analyst firm Forrester found last year that half of its developer respondents had already rolled out DevOps practices, and a further 27 percent plan to do so.…
05:01Got any ecsta-sea? Boffins get octopuses high on MDMA – for science,...
Reach for the lasers, with all eight arms! Humans and octopuses may have drastically different brains, but both react in a surprisingly similar way when under the effects of the drug MDMA, more commonly known as ecstasy.…
04:17Bouncing robots land on asteroid 180m miles away amid mission to fetch ...
Second time lucky for Japan after first try proved a bust The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has landed a pair of tiny drum-like hopping robots on the surface of asteroid Ryugu.…
02:13Dead retailer's 'customer data' turns up on seized kit, unencrypted...
Infosec bod claims he glimpsed sensitive personal info left on unwiped servers Servers that once belonged to defunct Canadian gadget retailer NCIX turned up on the second-hand market without being wiped – and their customer data sold overseas – it is claimed.…
01:01Guilty: The Romanian ransomware mastermind who infected Trump...
Mediocre malware operator 'fesses up to DC infection A Romanian woman has admitted running a ransomware operation from infected Washington DC's CCTV systems just days before President Trump was sworn into office in the US capital.…
jeudi 20 septembre 2018
22:32Microsoft's Jet crash: Zero-day flaw drops after deadline passes
Don't click on that dodgy link, people Updated The Zero Day Initiative has gone public with an unpatched remote-code execution bug in Microsoft's Jet database engine, after giving Redmond 120 days to fix it. The Windows giant did not address the security blunder in time, so now everyone knows about the flaw, and no official patch is available.…
21:25Developer goes rogue, shoots four colleagues at ERP code maker
Gunman dead and now named by cops, one worker in critical condition, two serious Cops have named the programmer who went on a gun rampage at WTS Paradigm – a US maker of enterprise resource planning software – this week. He shot four colleagues, leaving one in a critical condition.…
20:59In a race to 5G, Trump has stuck a ball-and-chain on America's leg
China tit-for-tat tariff tiff a terrible thing, warns FCC Commissioner Comment President Donald Trump's trade war with China may come with a serious cost to America's next-generation cellular networks, a federal regulator has warned.…
18:55Remember when Apple's FaceTime stopped working years ago? Yeah, that...
Class-action lawsuit over iOS 6 snafu allowed to move ahead Apple is accused of deliberately shafting people who didn't upgrade their iPhones and iOS, in a class action lawsuit over its FaceTime video-conferencing software.…
15:45NSS Labs sues antivirus toolmakers, claims they quietly conspire to...
Alleges CrowdStrike, Symantec, ESET, Anti-Malware Testing Standards Org collusion NSS Labs has thrown a hand grenade into the always fractious but slightly obscure world of security product testing – by suing multiple vendors as well as an industry standards organisation.…
15:05No, Sunspot Solar Observatory didn't see aliens
Janitor nabbed over child porn images, facility re-opens On September 6, the Sunspot Solar Observatory in New Mexico was evacuated and sealed off without explanation, sparking wild conspiracy theories as to why.…
14:28Securing industrial IoT passwords: For Pete's sake, engineers, don't...
If the networked kit needs to work for 10 years, you need to think policy Comment Cybersecurity has become an increasing priority in operations technology thanks to the growing appetite for the industrial internet of things.…
13:48ServiceNow confirms relational-ship with MariaDB: We're protecting our ...
As Finnish DB biz bags fellow MySQL drop-in firm Clustrix Platform-as-a-service pusher ServiceNow is backing MySQL upstart MariaDB, injecting cash into its coffers and staffers onto its board, partly to protect its own investment as a customer of the database biz.…
12:50Sealed with an XSS: IT pros urge Lloyds Group to avoid web cross talk
Online login details could be harvested by miscreants – bank says: We're secure A pair of IT workers have criticised banks within the Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) for substandard security. The group denies anything is amiss, maintaining it follows industry best practice on cyber-security.…
12:29Tech to solve post-Brexit customs woes doesn't exist yet, peers say
Stop us if you've heard this one before... The UK’s post-Brexit customs arrangements have today come under even greater pressure, as peers warned the tech doesn’t exist to back up the plans.…
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