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Windows' authentication 'flaw' exposed in detail

UpdatedResearcher plays lyre, sends Kerberos to sleep

Ashley Madison blackmailers try again with snail mail

AshMad member? Sleeping well? Better hope your partner doesn't open your mail

Oxford Uni opens infosec ivory tower in Melbourne

Colos with eight Victoria unis for awesome academic abode.

Patch now! Joomla attacked in remote code execution blitzkrieg

Weekend 0day attacks ramp up.

Micron slurps the 66% of Inotera it doesn't already own, for US$3.2bn

Exclusive DRAM supply deal was due to expire, bring lower margins, so Micron swooped

Walking away from VirtuStream is the right thing for VMware to do

JV with EMC added no appreciable value to Virtzilla's cloud strategy

Cisco starts spewing vuln info everywhere, in a good way

API lets you select Borg security data from a menu

How to build a real lightsabre

First, decide how big you want your glowing blade to be

Cisco forgot to install two LEDs in routers

Blinking idiots couldn't remember the blinkenlights, now issuing replacement boxen

Help! What does 'personal conduct unrelated to operations or financials' mean?

POLLWe're asking because that's the reason F5 networks just fired its CEO

Janet pulls open network info for good after DDoSers exploit it

Exclusive'Unfortunate' move considered 'necessary to protect' online academic brains trust

New gear needed to capture net connection records, say ISPs

Who's paying for this? Take a guess. Hint: Probably not UK.gov or MI5

HMRC bets the farm on digital. What could possibly go wrong?

CommentBig questions over what that £1.3bn is for, and what it will achieve

Who needs CCTV? Get a terrifying slowpoke hoverdrone cam

That tiny bright light hovering above your car is not a UFO

Sophos grabs ATP-thwarter tech firm SurfRight for $32m

This will strengthen its ‘leading endpoint protection technology’, apparently

Brit 'naut Tim Peake thunders aloft

Departs Baikonur for ISS atop mighty Soyuz

Dell 'fesses up: We may buy back $3bn+ in VMware tracking stock

Shopping the shares drop

EE tops Ofcom’s naughty list, generates most fixed line broadband complaints

Issues related to faults, billing, and complaints all mentioned

3 continents, 8 countries and one cyber attack on a fake petrol company

National Crime Agency: International test proves everything's just hunky-dory

Old jet bits, Vader's motorbike gear, sonic oddness: Hats off to Star Wars' creative heroes

Star Wars specialYou'll never believe Cantina scene's design

UK police cuff suspect over VTech toy hack

Not playing games

Why NetApp shouldn’t buy Solidfire

CommentA contrary view

Windows XP spotted on Royal Navy's spanking new aircraft carrier

Windows for Warships: Time for an upgrade, perhaps

Web host Moonfruit defies Armada DDoS crew … by (temporarily) defeating itself

Move follows 45-minute attack last Thursday

Ansible offers starring roles for all in reworked Galaxy

In an automation hub far, far away

Lettuce-nibbling veggies menace Mother Earth

'Three times worse in greenhouse gas emissions than eating bacon'

Nimble CEO: When it comes to all-flash stars, there can be only... six

CommentVasudevan prophesies fatal supplier all-flash array mayhem

IBM places Watson's IoT brains in Munich

1,000 staffers

Hacktivist pranksters stick it to the European Space Agency

Not to worry, it was all 'for the lulz'. And Christmas

Four sentenced for theft of three million data records

Men get 21 months in the slammer

Oh my Tosh: SanDisk chatted to 3 other buyers before WD slurp

CommentWho are companies A, B, C and D? We have a guess...

GOP senators push FCC to kill support for local broadband

Brave crusaders stand up for billion-dollar cable monopolies

Man faces 37 years for sarcastic post insulting royal dog

Thailand and social media do not get along

HPE invests $10 million in Scality

Shareholder letter spills golden beans

EU mobile roaming rules to save customers billions in bills

Carriers, meanwhile, will feel the squeeze from lost charges

Scality hires ex-Cisco chief marketeer

Object storage wars; may the force be with you

Microsoft steps up Windows 10 nagging

You upgrading now or tonight? Hey, let's do it now

Crayon UK CEO spies door marked exit, heads towards it - sources

Insiders: Gareth Johnson on way out? He's still among us, responds firm

Spectra Logic's six-times-faster tape robot

Slow tape gets to streaming drives faster

Red Hat launches dedicated enterprise cloud platform

Leave your coders to coding for $50k a year

Facebook arrives at commonsense 'real names' policy

And it only took six months

Samsung appeals to Supreme Court to bring patent law into 21st century

Sure, it ripped off the iPhone but let's be realistic here

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