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11th > August > 2016 Archive

$200,000 for a serious iOS bug? Pfft, we'll give you $500,000, says exploit broker Exodus

Market pricing comes to security flaw bounties

China Tesla autopilot prang

Twitter forgets followers

Bleeping Computer countersues Enigma in software review libel row

We bleeping didn't run a bleeping smear campaign, says site, you bleeping ran a bleeping smear campaign!

Cisco gives cable industry tech for 10Gbps uploads on DOCSIS 3.1

Full Duplex project gets reference silicon for free to make broadband symmetrical

Patch your vBulletin forum – or get popped

Is this how the Dota 2 message board was pwned?

Public cloud spend will rise by $100 BEEELION in five years

SaaS will be half the business software market by 2020 says IDC

Telstra CEO Andy Penn promises $3bn to end The Big TITSUP

Wow, that escalated quickly

Python 3 in Google cloud

FreeBSD devs ponder changes to security processes

Flaws were being discussed publicly, but not officially revealed to users

Soylent adds coffee

Cyber-crime cost calculation studies are rubbish: ENISA

Do I have a bid for millions? Hundreds of millions? Security wonks say the auction's bunk

Thailand waters down alien-tracking plan

Resident aliens, that is. But tourists are still in trouble if they buy local SIMs

Indian hacking gang goes on three-year Chinese phishing trip

Gang has cunning way of hiding itself by using multiple names

McAfee outs malware dev firm with scores of installs

Just don't download anything from 'Lavians' - it's probably wrapped in horror

Julian AssangeTM to meet investigators in London

Ecuador and Sweden do a deal allowing embassy visit

Linux malware? That'll never happen. Ok, just this once then

Nastyware targets badly-secured Redis servers, turns them into coin-mining monsters

Hilton hotels' email so much like phishing it fooled its own techies

Looks like a phish, swims like a phish, actually just a shiny marketing lure

Investors to be allowed to sue Volkswagen over emission row

German car makers now required to disclose engine software

IBM makes meek apology for Oz #CensusFail, offers no fail detail

Australian PM and sources say Big Blue skipped on DoS protection

Founding exec Bill Maris quits Google Ventures

Doughnuts, anyone... Lovely fresh doughnuts for your lovely fresh comment. Hello?

ICO wades in after GP doxxes woman to her estranged ex-partner

Infosec: It's not just about crypto

Three posts lacklustre results, angrily mutters over O2 merger rejection

Getting ready for legal challenge against EU

Microbes that laugh at antibiotics: UK sinks £4.5m into China-Brit kill team

Will team up to defeat drug resistant critters

Idiot flies drone alongside Flybe jet landing at Newquay Airport

Cops are hunting for the errant remote control pilot

Nobody expects... a surprise haemorrhoid operation

Our chief weapon is: unquestioningly dropping trou

Intel's latest diversity report shows numbers at a standstill

No progress on Operation De-pale-and-male since 2014

Imperva under pressure to find buyer after disappointing results

It's bolshy investor, yep, Elliot...

Head of UK oversight body to join GCHQ 'tech help desk'*

Hello, IT? Just kidding, it's a crypto-buster spy centre

Clinton outphished by Trump

Samsung points high-speed Z-SSD smack-bang at XPoint

Flash Memory Summit dazzlement by Korean flashmeister

Thieves can wirelessly unlock up to 100 million Volkswagens, each at the press of a button

Shared global security keys blamed

Acer: 'We made a profit!' Yeah, but your sales figures are shrinking

Currency hedging helps ailing Taiwanese biz jump into the black

Dota 2 forums fall under hackers' spell, 1.9m accounts teleported out

And 80 per cent of MD5-hashed passwords cracked

Adblock Plus blocks Facebook's ad-blocker buster: It's a block party!

Web advertising arms race intensifies

HPE's NVMe over fabrics

Russia tells Google to cough up some loose change in Android monopoly probe

UpdatedYandex complaint leads to tiny payout

Avnet's interim CEO is here to kick sales team ass and play golf. And he's all out of golf balls

Tick-tock: Clock starts on turnaround time

Nimble shows that its all-flashers start small – and grow bigger

Makes hybrid arrays faster and more capacious

PCs? Eh, who needs 'em? Nvidia asks while hoovering up more cash

Graphics chip biz talks up investments in VR and AI after record quarter

Families of men slain by ISIS gunman told: No, you can't sue Twitter

Judge dismisses lawsuit that claimed social site provided support to terror scumbags

France wants backdoor entry

OMG: HPE gobbles SGI for HPC. WTF?

Biz once valued at billions bought for $275m in three-letter mergasm

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