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jeudi 27 avril 2017, 23:27
And, oh for $DEITY's sake, yet ANOTHER best-practices standards organization? Traffic bouncer Cloudflare has outlined what it claims is the solution to the perennial internet-of-things security problem: pay it.…
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Not quite 'lock her up,' but they'll take what they can get – like formal criminal charges US House Republicans are demanding prosecutors bring charges against the IT chap who hosted Hillary Clinton's private email service.…
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Once dismissed by Zuck, misinformation now merits revised security strategy Analysis Last November at the Techonomy Conference in Half Moon Bay, California, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dismissed the notion that disinformation had affected the US presidential election as...
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Boldly goes where no NASA spacecraft has gone before Photo NASA's Cassini probe has made its first dive inside Saturn's rings, skimming about 1,900 miles (3,000KM) over the surface of the gas giant's stormy atmosphere.…
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Here we go again On Wednesday, Ajit Pai, the boss of America's broadband watchdog, decided to reopen the decade-long debate over net neutrality, despite rules having been finally decided back in 2015 and held up by the court last year.…
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The Dark Knight of malware's purpose remains unknown Hajime – the 'vigilante' IoT worm that blocks rival botnets – has built up a compromised network of 300,000 malware-compromised devices, according to new figures from Kaspersky Lab.…
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Mark Durcan gets to retire at last as Sanjay Mehrotra takes over Micron has hired ex-SanDisk CEO Sanjay Mehrotra as its new president and CEO, replacing the retiring Mark Durcan.…
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Researcher claims it's riddled with flaws. Vendor denies it Security researchers claim to have uncovered a variety of serious security holes in a heavily touted secure email server technology. Nomx, the firm behind the device, strongly disputes the claims and has challenged...
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And it weighs the same as 5.7 million adult badgers China has launched its own aircraft carrier – the first ship of its type to be built from scratch in the rising Asian superpower's yards.…
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Helped along by billion dollar-plus cash pile outside USA BI and data warehouser Teradata's revenues fell 10 per cent on the year from $545m to $491m in the first quarter of 2017, with a loss of $2m as the firm's recovery under new CEO Victor Lund still has a ways to go.…
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Staying compliant & off the front page There’s nothing quite like a nice, juicy financial crisis to wake up the regulators’ rule-setters, psych up the lawmakers and get the lawyers sharpening their quill pens and breaking out a fresh bottle of Quink. And so it seems to...
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We’re testing, testing, testing...the food We’ll be opening the doors for Continuous Lifecycle London 2017 in less than three weeks, meaning time is running out to secure a front row seat for three days of the best in DevOps, Containers, Agile, CD and more.…
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Not so smart now, eh? Seven in ten UK universities have admitted falling victim to a phishing attack in which an individual has been tricked into disclosing personal details via an email purporting to be from a trusted source.…
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Catalogue of errors by stuck-in-the-rut firm Comment Here's a suggestion – Seagate, led by a combined chairman and CEO, has made a catalogue of tactical errors in the face of the NAND tidal wave while rival Western Digital has pivoted sideways to embrace flash.…
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All 28 countries' navies now speak the same language below the waves Boffins at NATO have managed to ratify, across the entire alliance, the first ever official standard for underwater digital communications.…
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Go wild, the KEYone is here BlackBerry Mobile has begun shipping its first post-BlackBerry phone in the UK today, although fans will need to cross their fingers and pop into Selfridges' Oxford Street store in London to find one.…
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Woes whack Wi-Fi webcam willy with weak websec walls The US Federal Trade Commission has been urged to launch a probe into a hackable sex toy, which is potentially exposing couples' teledildonic frolics to cyberpervs.…
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31.7 trillion flops – pretty sporty HPC Blog Another world record has fallen. Asian Student Cluster competitors have broken the student LINPACK record with an amazing score of 31.7 TF/s. This barely tops the former record of 31.15 TF/s set at SC16 by the University of...
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Disappearing platforms problem SourceForge wants tighter ties with other code repositories following Microsoft’s decision to shutter CodePlex.…
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The scramble for space driving the commodity race There's a war brewing in the cloud, and machine learning may well determine the outcome. With infrastructure services trending toward commoditisation, each of the big-three cloud purveyors is racing to augment vanilla IaaS...
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