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When management went nuclear on an innocent software engineer On Call It says 'Do Not Touch,' not 'Rip Out My Guts'
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Big Tech loves talking up privacy – while trying to kill privacy legislation Study claims Amazon, Apple, Google, Meta, Microsoft work to derail data rules Personal Tech27 May 2022 | 1
SEC probes Musk for not properly disclosing Twitter stake Meanwhile, social network's board rejects resignation of one its directors Personal Tech27 May 2022 | 2
Cloud security unicorn cuts 20% of staff after raising $1.3b Time to play blame bingo: Markets? Profits? Too much growth? Russia? Space aliens? CSO27 May 2022 | 6
Talos names eight deadly sins in widely used industrial software Entire swaths of gear relies on vulnerability-laden Open Automation Software (OAS) Patches27 May 2022 |
Despite global uncertainty, $500m hit doesn't rattle Nvidia execs CEO acknowledges impact of war, pandemic but says fundamentals ‘are really good’ Systems27 May 2022 | 1
Another AI supercomputer from HPE: Champollion lands in France That's the second in a week following similar system in Munich also aimed at researchers HPC27 May 2022 |
Workday nearly doubles losses as waves of deals pushed back Figures disappoint analysts as SaaSy HR and finance application vendor navigates economic uncertainty SaaS27 May 2022 | 9
UK monopoly watchdog investigates Google's online advertising business Another probe? Mountain View is starting to look like a pincushion at this rate Legal27 May 2022 | 3
Microsoft slows some hiring for Windows, Teams, and Office 'Making sure the right resources are aligned to the right opportunity' ahead of next fiscal year Software27 May 2022 | 5
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This Windows malware uses PowerShell to inject malicious extension into Chrome And that's a bit odd, says Red Canary Research27 May 2022 | 9
Spam is back with a vengeance. Luckily we can't read any of it Something for the Weekend It's a shame still nothing can be done about all the false positives, though Bootnotes27 May 2022 | 42
Clonezilla 3: Copy and clone disk images to your heart's content Even non-sysadmins may find this Linux live ISO handy Storage27 May 2022 | 22
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Let's play everyone's favorite game: REvil? Or Not REvil? Another day, another DDoS attack that tries to scare the victim into paying up with mention of dreaded gang Cyber-crime27 May 2022 | 2
World’s smallest remote-controlled robots are smaller than a flea Video So small, you can't feel it crawl Science27 May 2022 | 28
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China offering ten nations help to run their cyber-defenses and networks Sure, they’re small Pacific nations, but they’re in very strategic locations Security27 May 2022 | 24
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Ransomware encrypts files, demands three good deeds to restore data Shut up and take ... poor kids to KFC? Research26 May 2022 | 9
Microsoft Azure to spin up AMD MI200 GPU clusters for 'large scale' AI training Microsoft Build Windows giant carries a PyTorch for chip designer and its rival Nvidia AI + ML26 May 2022 |
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Cheers ransomware hits VMware ESXi systems Now we can say extortionware has jumped the shark Research26 May 2022 | 3
Twitter founder Dorsey beats hasty retweet from the board As shareholders sue the social network amid Elon Musk's takeover scramble Personal Tech26 May 2022 | 12
Snowflake stock drops as some top customers cut usage You might say its valuation is melting away Storage26 May 2022 | 3
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Perl Steering Council lays out a backwards compatible future for Perl 7 Sensibly written code only, please. Plus: what all those 'heated discussions' were about Devops26 May 2022 | 40
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When management went nuclear on an innocent software engineer On Call It says 'Do Not Touch,' not 'Rip Out My Guts'
Broadcom to 'focus on rapid transition to subscriptions' for VMware Offers comforting vision for core customers, products, channel – though warns efficiencies are coming
Minimal, systemd-free Alpine Linux releases version 3.16 A widespread distro that many of its users don't even know they have
Ransomware encrypts files, demands three good deeds to restore data Shut up and take ... poor kids to KFC?
Ex-spymaster and fellow Brexiteers' emails leaked by suspected Russian op A 'Very English Coop (sic) d'Etat'
Elon Musk needs more cash for Twitter buy after Tesla margin loan lapses Entrepreneur now looking at $33.5b bill if he wants to complete $44b purchase
Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 splashes down on Win Server 2022 I don't think it's going to happen, I don't think it's going to happen... It happened
Clonezilla 3: Copy and clone disk images to your heart's content Even non-sysadmins may find this Linux live ISO handy
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Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 splashes down on Win Server 2022 I don't think it's going to happen, I don't think it's going to happen... It happened Software26 May 2022 | 7
Elon Musk needs more cash for Twitter buy after Tesla margin loan lapses Entrepreneur now looking at $33.5b bill if he wants to complete $44b purchase Networks26 May 2022 | 46
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Minimal, systemd-free Alpine Linux releases version 3.16 A widespread distro that many of its users don't even know they have OSes26 May 2022 | 43
Verizon: Ransomware sees biggest jump in five years We're only here for DBIRs Research26 May 2022 | 6
Slack-for-engineers Mattermost on open source and data sovereignty Interview Control and access are becoming a hot button for orgs Networks26 May 2022 | 1
UK government having hard time complying with its own IR35 tax rules This shouldn't come as much of a surprise if you've been reading the headlines at all
Internet went offline in Pakistan as protestors marched for ousted prime minister Two hour outage 'consistent with an intentional disruption to service' said NetBlocks
Suspected phishing email crime boss cuffed in Nigeria Interpol, cops swoop with intel from cybersecurity bods
Ex-spymaster and fellow Brexiteers' emails leaked by suspected Russian op A 'Very English Coop (sic) d'Etat' Research26 May 2022 | 143
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Ransomware grounds some flights at Indian budget airline SpiceJet Incident comes a week after 'SAP glitch' kept some planes on the taxiway Cyber-crime26 May 2022 | 5
Mitsubishi Electric again admits to widespread quality control cheating Nifty slogan and more software suggested as the rectification Legal26 May 2022 | 12
Nvidia shares tumble as China lockdown, Russia blamed for dent in outlook Sure, stonking server and gaming sales, but hiring and expenses to slow down, too AI + ML26 May 2022 | 1
Millions of people's info stolen from MGM Resorts dumped on Telegram for free Meanwhile, Twitter coughs up $150m after using account security contact details for advertising
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