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Report claims AWS will make switches to go after Cisco

1 hour 7 min ago
AWS increasingly accepts hybrid cloud is a thing, but would it really get into support?

Rumours emerged late last week that AWS plans to make and sell white box switches for you to use on-premises.…

QEMU Qicks out release Qandidate, new Qadence for version 3.0.0

3 hours 7 min ago
Some qode qleanup, some tweaks and also an arbitrary numbering thing

The QEMU machine emulator and virtualizer has decided the time is right to give the world version 3.0 and seems also to have acted on a vow to qlean up its qode.…

ZTE sends 400 million hostages, gets back in business stateside

5 hours 10 min ago
US commerce dept. counts escrow cash, warns it's always watching, Congress still split

Chinese telco kit-maker ZTE is back in business in the USA after doing everything asked of it by the nation’s authorities.…

Juniper makes a meal of Spectre/Meltdown

7 hours 8 min ago
Plus BIND bugs, billion-Euro Nokia deal, and push-to-talk gets LTE-rrific

ROUNDUP Juniper Networks has issued its semi-regular bug-dump, with sixteen advisories arriving late last week. There's a Spectre/Meltdown patch in there, but you need to go looking: it's in the Junos Space management platform, along with various other items.…

Hope for Hutchins, Navy sinks contractor, there's another Russian hacking scandal, and more

July 14, 2018 - 10:07am
Also, make sure you update your Juniper kit quickly

Roundup This week, when we weren't watching the football and sobbing uncontrollably, we saw security headaches at NPM and Ticketmaster, and a priest in hot water with cybercrime charges.…

Montezuma's Revenge still too tough for AI, new Google Brain office, and other bits and bytes

July 14, 2018 - 8:03am
A wonderful week in machine learning

Roundup Hello, here are some quick AI announcements from this week. A researcher reminds us to be wary of the hype around Montezuma's Revenge, there are some new framework updates from Google and Microsoft, and a new Google Brain office in Amsterdam.…

Two-factor auth totally locks down Office 365? You may want to check all your services...

July 14, 2018 - 12:48am
A network's only as strong as its weakest link or worker

Hackers can potentially obtain access to Microsoft Office 365 emails and calendars even if multi-factor-authentication is in place, we were warned this week.…

US drug cops snared crooks with pre-cracked BlackBerry mobes – and that's just the start

July 13, 2018 - 11:49pm
Same being used against ordinary US citizens?

Analysis Back in 2013, Canadian John Darrel Krokos got 11.5 years in a US jail for leading a massive cocaine smuggling ring. Two years later, his colleague Zaid Wakil was given a 20-year sentence.…

Scam alert: No, hackers don't have webcam vids of you enjoying p0rno. Don't give them any $$s

July 13, 2018 - 11:30pm
Extortionists snatch weak passwords to shame victims

Scumbags are trying to extort money from netizens by threatening to leak to friends and family videos of their marks watching X-rated videos.…

Clean up this hot sticky facial-recog mess for us, Microsoft begs politicos

July 13, 2018 - 9:50pm
Redmond also insists ICE is not using its AI to snare immigrants, split families at the border

Microsoft has urged US Congress to regulate the American government's use of facial-recognition technology provided by, er, Microsoft and others.…

It's 2018 so, of course, is sold to climate change deniers

July 13, 2018 - 9:20pm
Oh, and Yep, anti-vaxxers. The same guys

In what may be the perfect combination of everything wrong with 2018, the operator of the .news dot-word has sold a batch of premium .news domains to a purveyor of what can be best described as conspiratorial content for cretins.…

Indictment bombshell: 'Kremlin intel agents' hacked, leaked Hillary's emails same day Trump asked Russia for help

July 13, 2018 - 8:13pm
Charges filed against dozen suspected Russian spies

American prosecutors have accused 12 suspected Russian spies of hacking Democrat and Hillary Clinton campaign officials to publicly leak their sensitive emails and potentially influence the 2016 US Presidential Election.…

Es are good, Es are good. Xeon Es are good, says Intel: Entry-level workstation CPUs touted

July 13, 2018 - 6:46pm
Single-socket job wakes up and smells the Coffee Lake

Intel has done a bit of Xeon processor range in-filling, and brought its single-socket Kaby-Lake-based entry-level E3 workstation family up to date.…

Fix this faxing hell! NHS told to stop hanging onto archaic tech

July 13, 2018 - 4:33pm
We can’t have Matt Hancock calling a hospital and hearing: baa-ruhr-reee-uh-reeee-uh-reee

The NHS has been told to stop clinging onto the past, after it was revealed trusts have more than 8,000 fax machines still in use.…

It pays to know your enemies: Sophos webinar gives you the lowdown on cybercrime

July 13, 2018 - 4:04pm
Move over ransomware – CPUs are being hijacked for alt-coins, now

Promo No sooner have organisations fought off one type of security nightmare than another one looms even larger.…

Farewell then, Slack: The grown-ups have arrived

July 13, 2018 - 3:44pm
Rumours of email's death have been greatly exaggerated

Comment Slack chief exec Stewart Butterfield is one of the more thoughtful Web 2.0 CEOs, but his software is like those movie sets in Westerns: all facade, no house.…

Bogus Mobile Device Management system used to hack iPhones in India

July 13, 2018 - 2:44pm
Baker's dozen pwned by tricksy attack

Business iPhone users in India have been targeted in a sophisticated and attack run through bogus Mobile Device Management (MDM) servers.…

Ukraine claims it blocked VPNFilter attack at chemical plant

July 13, 2018 - 12:44pm
We won't say who we think it is but we'll point with our elbow...

A Ukrainian intel agency has claimed it stopped a cyber attack against a chlorine plant that was launched using the notorious VPNFilter malware.…

Adtech-for-sex biz tells blockchain consent app firm, 'hold my beer'

July 13, 2018 - 12:19pm
Hey love, just click on this link... what do you mean, you're seeing loads of creepy articles?

Struggling to have a conversation with your partner about getting down and dirty? Well here’s an idea – use embedded native advertising to con them into initiating sex instead.…

Microsoft: For God's sake, people, cut down on the meetings!

July 13, 2018 - 11:48am
With a nudge and a wink, a spy in the mailbox will tell you stuff you probably already know

Microsoft yesterday squeezed out a couple of technologies aimed at encouraging teams to adopt a healthier approach toward meetings and, you know, maybe think a bit before firing off that midnight email.…

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