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jeudi 21 juin 2018
08:46Israel cyberczar drops hints about country's new security initiative
PM pops in to brag about industry wins Israel Cyber Week Israel is planning to develop a 'state-level cyber-shield' to improve its resilience against hacking and malware, the country's newly appointed cyberczar said on Wednesday.…
07:31Qumulo tries to SoC it to nearline with Xeon D integrated systems
Range extension encroaches on Dell's Isilon territory Scale-out clustered filer Qumulo has introduced a nearline archive product, the K-144T.…
07:06How a tax form kludge gifted the world 25 joyous years of PDF
A worthy lesson in nifty programming and embracing standards HTML is the world's most common digital document file format. However, it's not the one everyone turns to when they want to create a precise document that looks, prints and behaves the same on any platform on any device. And it's hardly the format of choice for immediate offline reading, easy sharing or simple portability.…
06:30Please tighten your passwords and assume the brace position, says...
Data breach at Flightradar24 scored some email addresses and hashed passwords Aviation professionals enthusiasts have been told to change their passwords after flight-tracking site flightradar24/ warned of a data breach.…
06:01Atari accuses El Reg of professional trolling and making stuff up. ...
We're so very sorry that we found the MP3. Sad Legendary games company Atari has accused a Register reporter of making stuff up and acting unprofessionally following an interview earlier this year in San Francisco at the launch of its new games console, the Atari VCS.…
05:25VMware set to reveal blockchain, better app store, new AWS client
VMworld content catalogues are live and we’ve trawled ‘em VMware’s published the content catalogues for its VMworld gabfests in Las Vegas (August) and Barcelona (November) and as usual has leaked a few insights into what it’s working on.…
05:04NASA eggheads draw up blueprints for spotting, surviving asteroid hits
First America frets about aliens at its borders, now actual alien bodies turning up from space The US government has published a report detailing how to prepare for the danger of impacts from asteroids that stray too close to Earth in the next ten years.…
03:56Microsoft open-sources UI Recorder tool for Windows 10 developers
An easy way to create automated user-interface tests Microsoft has given Windows developers a helping hand by releasing a new UI recorder.…
01:40HPE: You want full-blown enterprise software on our Edge boxes? You...
Microsoft, SAP among app houses to 'validate' Edgeline HPE’s Edgeline family got some love from a bunch of software houses today: they have agreed to validate full-blown versions of their enterprise apps on its hardware.…
00:44Cisco passes around antidotes to noxious NX-OS code execution bugs
The June collection has some lovely fabric patches Get your ticket to the Cisco catwalk, sysadmins, and watch Switchzilla strut 24 FXOS and NX-OS software security advisories.…
mercredi 20 juin 2018
23:44Google's Flutter flies close to release
Preview release arrives to entice devs who believe cross-platform code is a good idea On Wednesday, Google's cross-platform mobile framework Flutter reached Preview Release 1, a designation that places the code somewhere between buggy beta and less buggy 1.0.…
23:11Are your IoT gizmos, music boxes, smart home kit vulnerable to DNS...
Fancy website and code emitted for those worried A technique for attacking computer networks, first disclosed more than a decade ago, has resurfaced as a way to manipulate Internet-of-Things gadgets, smart home equipment, and streaming entertainment gizmos.…
22:31IBM’s McAfee-as-a-service cloudy antivirus wobbled for nearly a day
Big Blue’s restored its backups and says A-V-as-a-service is serviceable again Updated IBM’s cloud experienced an “unplanned eventî that caused its McAfee-as-a-service offering to operate with sub-par performance for nearly a day.…
21:15Script kiddie goes from 'Bitcoin Baron' to 'Lockup Lodger' after...
US bloke gets 20 months for knackering city govt IT A 23-year-old Arizona man was thrown in the cooler this week after he admitted being the not-quite-infamous website-rattling 'Bitcoin Baron'.…
20:40You've seen the hype. Now you're curious. Why not have a crack at AI...
...from Microsoft, which also just bought upstart Bons.ai Microsoft has thrown open the doors to its AI Lab, a suite of beginner projects to help developers learn machine learning.…
20:10Microsoft Edge bug odyssey shows why we can't have nice things
Fixing security issues in the face of standards gaps and vendor silence isn't easy Updated Earlier this year, Jake Archibald, developer advocate for Google Chrome, found a bug affecting Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge and had two very different experiences trying to get the problem fixed.…
19:27Tesla fingers former Gigafactory hand as alleged blueprint-leaking...
Musk blames bad Tripp, drags fella into lawsuit Tesla has sued a bloke it claims was behind an effort to sabotage the electric car maker by leaking its confidential blueprints.…
18:52Private sector needs a little sumthin' sumthin' to get it sharing...
Sharing's caring, intone government bods Israel Cyber Week The UK's National Cyber Security Center, the information assurance division of GCHQ, may be getting a regulatory function or charging for its services before settling into the role of encouraging better cybersecurity.…
17:49WD's Purple reign continues: 12TB helium disks for vid spy tech
Eight platters serving up 1.5TB each for data-belching surveillance cameras Video surveillance is an insatiable monster, constantly needing more digital storage – and Western Digital is now feeding it 12TB drives.…
15:33Microsoft CEO wades into ICE outcry: Cool it, we only do legacy mail
Ethics! Principles! But no talk of scrapping federal contract either Updated Microsoft's continued efforts to distance itself from a clumsily worded blog post continued today with the publishing of an email from CEO Satya Nadella.…
15:00Did you have locking down AI and blockchain as possible Intel SGX...
Bias-enabling algorithms and smart contract tech no one quite trusts now easier to secure Israel Cyber Week At the Cyber Week security conference in Israel on Tuesday, chip giant Intel plans to discuss how it is addressing threats to the overexposed tech celebrities known as AI and blockchain.…
14:34Microsoft: Blobs can be WORMs in the new, regs-compliant Azure
Storage goes immutable as Redmond plays catch-up Microsoft emitted a preview of immutable storage for Azure Storage Blobs yesterday in an effort to win the hearts and minds of industries weighed down by regulation.…
13:49Teradata lobs sueball at SAP, alleges HANA based on its 'trade secrets'
Claims German biz used ERP to 'lure' them into joint venture Data warehousing biz Teradata has flung a sueball (PDF) at SAP in the District Court for Northern California, alleging the German ERP giant undertook a 'decade-long campaign of trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement and antitrust violations'.…
12:37JURI's out, Euro copyright votes in: Whoa, did the EU just 'break the...
No, but not everyone's happy with the changes JURI, European Parliament's legal affairs committee, voted today to approve article 11 of the EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, which allows news publishers to seek payment for reuse of snippets of articles, in a narrow 13:12 vote.…
11:42Who dares wins, they say, so Toshiba's SAS drive plans another hit on...
Faster interface aims to replace 6Gbit/s dead end in servers Toshiba has sent in a SAS SSD hit team to assault SATA SSDs and their slower interface in the shape of its RM5 vSAS drive.…
11:18MSDN unleashes a fresh round of unintentional innuendo bingo
It's Carry On Coding as Microsofties fiddle with knobs The spirit of Kenneth Williams* is alive and well in the corridors of Redmond, with staffer Raymond Chen detailing some internal Microsoft jargon in a euphemism-heavy MSDN posting.…
11:12EU negotiator: Crucial data adequacy deal will wait until UK hands in...
Wants to shut off access to Europol, security DBs The UK will only be able to get a data adequacy decision from the European Union once it has offered up its new legal framework – and won't get access to the bloc's policing and security databases, Michel Barnier has warned.…
10:21Priceless: The cost to BT for bothering you with spam? 1.5 UK pence...
Incumbent telco fined £77k for sending 5 million of the things Brit telco BT has been ordered to pay £77,000 for sending almost 5 million nuisance emails – equivalent to about 1.5p a mail.…
09:46Shared, not stirred: GCHQ chief says Europe needs British spies
Director insists collaboration will continue after Brexit The head of GCHQ has publicly called for security co-operation with Britain's EU allies to continue after Brexit.…
09:11Azure admins free to sync their teeth into database-spreader tool
Harmonise with on-premises SQL for when, you know, the cloud falls out of the sky Microsoft announced general availability of its Azure Data Sync tool this week, which allows data to be synchronised between cloudy Azure SQL databases and on-premises servers.…
08:06A pretty and helpful user interface? Nahhh. Is that really you,...
Mobe UX goodies for 2018 leak Samsung isn't the first name most people would associate with slick user interfaces – but its 2018 Android P overhaul could make rivals Apple and Google look shabby.…
07:33New Elastifile CEO: Is taking on Amazon's EFS really such a stretch?
File system contender makes a play for enterprise public cloud Analysis Hybrid cloud filer Elastifile's co-founder and CEO Amir Aharoni has stepped aside and the new incumbent of the stretchy hot seat, former Scality man Erwan Menard, has said the firm will offer cloud native product optimised for each public cloud.…
07:17Hot new application for blockchain: How does botnet control sound?
It could happen, warns researcher BSides Tel Aviv Blockchain technologies might be abused to create a takedown-resistant infrastructure for botnets.…
07:01AI-on-demand as Google Cloud TPUs are rentable for a few bucks a hour
Service is now available across three continents for machine-learning code eggheads AI developers can now rent Google’s Cloud TPU chips in the US, Asia, and Europe by the hour.…
06:32OpenBSD disables Intel’s hyper-threading over CPU data leak fears
Cites risk of different security domains on one core as others hint at another bug drop OpenBSD has disabled Intel’s hyper-threading technology, citing security concerns – seemingly, Spectre-style concerns.…
06:03An AI a day keeps the doctor away... Neural net software gets better...
Unclear if Baidu's tech really is better than a human medic Baidu's AI researchers have built an algorithm that can spot cancerous tumors in breast tissue using a method that doesn’t rely solely on neural networks.…
05:33Mellanox flushes three directors at behest of activist investor
And agrees to do better or it'll have to hand over more board seats Mellanox has come to terms with the activist investor that's been stalking the company since 2017.…
05:04(Cryptographically) sign me up! Android to take bad app checks offline
Can't get a network connection? No problem, Google OS will still be able to verify signatures Google says Android will no longer require an internet connection to check whether applications are legit or potentially malicious.…
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