23rd > November > 2015 Archive
How hot, or not, is Windows 10 when Redmond has no plans to retire some Windows 7 tests?
Log wipers, timestompers may have helped hackers stay quiet in terabyte raids
Researcher says airline failed to fix critical bug for five months
Nmap for XP and Wireshark for Mac put a smile on the face of security-loving girls and boys
Guys? You might want to look up some recent election results before tweeting at world leaders
By all means start rummaging, but expect breakage in this very early code
It's got holes, but she'll be right.
Twenty pro hackers grease Russia's best crime groups.
'Inappropriate', mutters Ofcom
Venkata Renduchintala to run Chipzilla's re-organised client and IoT efforts
Network admins: Go buy a tie and some kool-aid, diluted to 10 per cent of your marks
Half of covert packets are about analytics, half are a mystery
Insurance industry insider tells all
Refreeze the poles... giant magnifying glass... What shall we do?
Sysadmin blogYep, it's complicated. Our man Trev unravels one new firm's tech
Feature... and who's liable for all the money lost?
Brit video conferencing and collaboration biz to be assimilated by the borg
By law, the BBFC must suffer every single minute of it
Pearson VUE says credentials manager product affected
Unregistered 'occupant' receives disconnection notice
1000s of privacy gripes deserve to be heard, says complainant
Sysadmin blogPART 1 – Can't keep them out, so catch them while they’re in
'Jihadi favourite' cooked up by Vkontakte's Durov Bros
More fines, totalling £250,000, to be doled out this week
Operator mulls controls for 27m subscribers, chief says it's not about blocking
Get your 2016 predictions here
'Handful of customers' told to wait until Tuesday for a fix
Pr0n software actually leads to pwnage
Syphilis was around before his New World jaunt, Austrian skeleton suggests
More than 65m requests flood into Choc Factory in past month
Takeup will be ‘significantly more rapid than seen with Windows 7’
Root CA certificate opens up folks to banking, shopping snooping, etc
Cloudy medical image library is bad news for big storage
UpdatedAnd now here's how you can really destroy it