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400 million Foxit users need to catch up with patched-up reader

Toxic Foxit plugs bugs

Dell settles with T Rowe Price

China spy sat launched

Apache, Debian crews patch library with DoS vuln

Upgrade your libcommons-fileupload-java package

Jury awards US$3 BEEELION to HPE in Oracle/Itanium lawsuit

Is Oracle going to appeal? You bet

Hydra hacker bot spawns internet of things DDoS clones

LizardStresser makes a messer of Brazil banks, gamer outfits

Cisco takes deep breath, plunges into Puppet's DevOps pool

Service provider IOS version gets YANG module

Man sues YET AGAIN for chance to marry his computer

You may now kiss the C:\ drive

Boffins boggle, baffled by blobs deep inside the Earth

Ancient structures could help unlock secrets of volcanoes, earthquakes

We'll smash probe into comet 300 million miles away for kicks, er, sorry, ... for science

What a long, crazy ride it has been for ESA's Rosetta

Cracking Android's full-disk encryption is easy on millions of phones – with a little patience

Just need a couple of common bugs, some GPUs and time

Chinese gambling site served near record-breaking complex DDoS

Nine vectors used as bad guys try to beat defenders.

Extension to blue light services' Airwave network is on the cards

Folk in know confirm there's a Plan B if new net gets delayed

Can Ireland's grid green satisfy Facebook and Apple?

Giants drive what consumers can't

Here's how police arrested Lauri Love – and what happened next

FeatureA 'UPS courier', extradition warrants and legal jiggery-pokery from the cops

Microsoft names Cindy Rose as first first lady of UK ops

Former Disney exec leaves the cartoon characters behind... oh hang on

A trip to the Twilight Zone with a support guy called Iron Maiden

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Something weird happened last week

Azzurri CEO quits, will walk out sometime in 'summer'

Chris Jagusz ends affair with integrator after £48.5m Maintel sale

700,000 Muslim Match dating site private messages leaked online

150,000 user profiles bared to world+dog as well – report

Pollster who called the EU referendum right: No late Leave swing after all

AnalysisHow did TNS do it? Head of opinion polling explains to El Reg

Embiggening AWS doubles its UK sales to £254m

Full cloudification of market still a drop of vapour in the supplier sky

UEFA's Euro 2016 app is airing football fans’ privates in public

Offside! Lack of encryption bares usernames, passwords and more

Cook's role on Nike board

Bank tech boss: Where we're going, we don't need mainframes

Agile means aggressive dumping of big iron

Violin's reverse stock split

Isis crisis: Facebook makes Bristol lass an unperson

What's my name, fool

Blighty's EU science funding will remain unchanged until new PM triggers Article 50

Brit boffins are worried about ... well, everything

Lindsay Lohan ‘happy’ to turn on Kettering

Hollobone offer draws response from flame-haired actress turned pundit

CMA OKs Airwave gobble

Michael Gove says Britain needs to create its own DARPA

It's time we rebooted democracy in our start-up nation, apparently

IBM storage has a new boss: The same one it had six years ago

Ex-Catalogic CEO Ed Walsh assumes Big Blue's storage hot seat – again

SEC probes ex Google bod

StoreServ's ASIC architect must have one heckuva crystal ball

Post-NAND explorations and adaptations; or, predicting future storage uses

Microsoft hands interim global partner chief the controls PERMANENTLY

Gavriella Schuster - the one exec to rule resellers

Sterling's post-Brexit dollar woes are forcing up tech kit prices

We asked vendors about it and they dodged the question

BAM! Astroboffins now have a second way of picking up black holes' collision super kicks

Doppler detections will help test Einstein's key theory

Sources: Nutanix poised to gobble PernixData

ExclusiveHyper-converged upstart eyes up hypervisor flash caching biz

Microsoft: Give us better staff

European Patent Office palace coup bombs

Administrative Council leaves staff frustrated

UN council: Seriously, nations, stop switching off the damn internet

Online freedom resolution passes despite best efforts by Russia, China et al

Larry Ellison, Oracle and litigation: A business that's not a business

AnalysisIf only lawyers could make money rather than costing money

Microsoft's Windows 10 nagware goes FULL SCREEN in final push

PicMeet the new BSoD – the Blue Screen of Despair

Verisign keeps its dot-com cash cow until 2024

The unpalatable side of ICANN's effort to control internet root zone

Forget YouTube – meet ChewTube: Strangers watching millennials eat

PicYeah actually it's probably time to switch off the internet

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