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23/07/2021 09:46:06 PM
Updated Akamai Edge DNS goes down, takes a chunk of the internet with it If you're wondering why some websites disappeared today
Security Microsoft has a workaround for 'HiveNightmare' flaw: Nuke your shadow copies from orbit It's the only way to be sure
Feature In the '80s, satellite comms showed promise – soon it'll be a viable means to punt internet services at anyone anywhere We've come a long way from Terry Wogan's celeb interviews
Feature You're not imagining it. Amazon and AWS want to hire all your friends, enemies, and everyone in between What really happens after you disappear into Bezos' talent hoover?
Bootnotes Be careful what you inline: Defunct video-hosting domain used to inject smut flicks into news articles, more From vid.me to f&*% me?! 22 Jul 23:30 |
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Bootnotes Facebook gardening group triumphs over slapdash Zuck censorbots Giant news org megaphone persuades dim algos they're talking about the other sort of hoes 22 Jul 21:04 | 7
Science Survey of astronomers and geophysicists shines a light on 'bleak' systemic bullying 'We need to hold each other to account when we're talking through these issues' 22 Jul 20:04 | 3
Devops Jira Data Center user? Here's a critical Ehcache vulnerability to spoil your day Update now – and maybe firewall the thing off while you're at it 22 Jul 19:12 |
Security Microsoft has a workaround for 'HiveNightmare' flaw: Nuke your shadow copies from orbit It's the only way to be sure 22 Jul 18:27 | 7
Updated Akamai Edge DNS goes down, takes a chunk of the internet with it If you're wondering why some websites disappeared today 22 Jul 17:31 | 28
Security Securing the cloud while Windows burns: Microsoft pops CloudKnox in trolley At least Redmond is taking some security seriously 22 Jul 17:01 |
Science Russia's ISS Multipurpose Laboratory Module launches after years sitting on a shelf, immediately runs into issues Nauka? More like 'Borka!' Geddit? 22 Jul 16:14 | 26
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Mike Lynch extradition: Uncle Sam offered Autonomy founder $10m bail if he stood trial in the US Plus: Verdict will be delayed for High Court to pass judgment on HPE civil case
Deloitte settled HPE's Autonomy lawsuit for $45m back in 2016 and agreed to cooperate with US DoJ So that's why they're not named alongside Lynch and Hussain
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Autonomy founder Mike Lynch loses first stage in fight against extradition to US UK Home Sec must now sign it off and then it's a High Court matter
Legal Autonomy founder Mike Lynch loses first stage in fight against extradition to US UK Home Sec must now sign it off and then it's a High Court matter 22 Jul 14:30 | 25
SaaS Financial Ombudsman Service to ditch tech heads as it open arms to Workday and outside service provider Not just the legacy HR and finance systems being booted 22 Jul 13:00 | 7
Networks Dang vaccines dented our bottom line in the connected home sector, says Netgear Swings and roundabouts: They also drove a 58% boost to business revenue 22 Jul 12:15 | 9
Sysdig announces plans to acquire Apolicy, moves into IaC space
Platform teams to the rescue: 10th State of DevOps report sees adoption get stuck halfway
LF AI & Data gets new incubator projects to simplify distributed learning
Break point: Icinga Web, Apache Spark, Platform9, Google Cloud, Go, Kubernetes, Aqua, and RiskIQ
Off-Prem Cut us some Slack: $27bn+ later, collab tool officially belongs to Salesforce Cloud apps giant sets off to invent the future of work and beat Microsoft Teams 22 Jul 11:29 | 16
Off-Prem Ably blog claims company doesn't need Kubernetes to scale, surge in traffic takes down entire website 'Well that went well' 22 Jul 10:45 | 6
Security Thales launches payment card with onboard fingerprint scanner Would you like to pay with a poke? 22 Jul 08:30 | 42
Security China pushes back against Exchange attack sponsorship claims Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson says 53 per cent of cyber attacks on China come from the US 22 Jul 07:00 | 14
Personal Tech Europe mulls anonymous crypto-wallet ban, rules to make transfers more traceable Won't someone please think of the ch, er, money laundering 22 Jul 06:25 | 66
Science NASA warns Mars: We're about to laser your rocks and start stealing them Perseverance prepares to snaffle first sample for eventual retrieval 22 Jul 06:00 | 17
Personal Tech Troll jailed for 5 years after swatting of Twitter handle owner ends in death Creator of QWK format suffered fatal heart attack as cops surrounded home 22 Jul 05:11 | 73
Security NSO Group 'will no longer be responding to inquiries' about misuse of its software Denies everything, as governments open probes into the company and its wares 22 Jul 04:09 | 47
Security US senators warn China's Digital Yuan could compromise Olympic athletes Meanwhile, Tokyo games ticket holder data leaks, and those affected can't even use their seats 22 Jul 02:48 | 8
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Devops NPM is Now Providing Malware – or was until recently Password-stealing package outed by security firm evokes sense of déjà vu 21 Jul 23:59 | 5
Networks Money can't buy you love: Huawei continues to throw fistfuls of dollars at US lobbying efforts Another year, and Chinese tech bogeyman is still on the blocklist 21 Jul 22:29 | 4
Offbeat Gloom-dwelling subterranean robots battle for million-dollar DARPA prize SubT Challenge pits high-tech rescue drones against one another in upsettingly non-violent combat 21 Jul 21:15 | 18
Security Spanish cops cuff Brit bloke accused of playing role in 2020 celeb Twitter hijacking 'PlugWalkJoe' also said to have meddled with TikTok, SnapChat 21 Jul 20:54 | 10
OSes The old New: Windows veteran explains that menu item 'Maybe that's what you do, but that's not what everybody does' 21 Jul 19:47 | 143
Rise of The Machines Hijacked, rampaging infrastructure will kill humans by 2025 – Gartner Ransomware efforts will inevitably lead to threats to life as attacks on OT go OTT 21 Jul 19:02 | 22
Databases How does SAP know business travel is back? Its expenses software unit is still breathing Want to dust off that flash luggage set? We Concur, says German giant 21 Jul 18:13 |
Security Google Cloud's Intrusion Detection Service attempts to make security 'invisible' but cost will be the big giveaway Fancy new system shown off at online summit 21 Jul 17:25 | 8
What are quantum hardware startups thinking? Pedigreed founders, funding announcements, a market all to themselves yet no cash-out goals – what's the game, here?
Google demonstrates impractical improvement in quantum error correction – but it does work Scale would need to be cranked way up to have an impact, however
Microsoft's Azure Quantum hits preview: Not so much quantum computing as it is quantum-inspired computing You'll have to go to one of Redmond's partners for something less simulated
Edge + IoT Will it bend? That is the question: Arm boffins boast of first flexible 32-bit chip Plastic-backed TFT part positioned as perfect for the Internet of Things 21 Jul 16:01 | 17
Science Dog eats UK government's Hydrogen Strategy homework just as summer recess arrives Ah shucks, industry and investors will have to wait a little bit longer 21 Jul 14:30 | 33
SAN attack: AWS speeds up slow SSD block volume instances
Storage VAR sentiment tracker: VMware mojo lost, Commvault mojo gained?
Model9 massacres Stone Age mainframe VTL
StorONE and Storbyte get NASA blessing for combined fast, long-life flash array
OSes Windows 11 gets chatty as Teams integration turns up There is no escaping Microsoft's messaging platform 21 Jul 13:44 | 34
Science Pipe down, Jeff. You've only gone where Gus Grissom went before, 60 years ago today Remembering the second American in space 21 Jul 13:00 | 27
Networks Watchdog slaps down Three's claims to be building the UK's 'fastest 5G network' – again Company can't seem to help running its mouth, despite ASA's ruling last year 21 Jul 11:30 | 19
Legal Hundreds of irate UK Parliamentary staffers sue IPSA over 2017 salary spreadsheet publication snafu Yet they lose anonymity bid before High Court 21 Jul 10:01 | 24
Feature You're not imagining it. Amazon and AWS want to hire all your friends, enemies, and everyone in between What really happens after you disappear into Bezos' talent hoover? 21 Jul 09:15 | 69
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23/07/2021 09:46:09 PM
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23/07/2021 09:46:09 PM
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