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First FreeBSD 11.0 rc lands

VMware vRealize bug

Accountancy software firm Sage breached in apparent insider attack

More than 200 UK customers' data might be at risk

Forensics tool nabs data from Signal, Telegram, WhatsApp

USENIX VID'Retroscope' smartphone app can retrieve your last five screens

Air gap breached by disk drive noise

VideoAttack still needs malware, can be defeated by silent solid state disks

POS malware stings 20 US hotels

Coincidence, or more MICROS fallout?

Someone in Australia wants server sales hidden from view

Is it spooks building something big or a cloud trying to stay off the radar?

Bees bring down US stealth fighter

Crack military apiairist removes huge swarm from F-22 Raptor's exhaust

Not an Oracle user? You're probably in an Oracle database anyway

Big Red gets into the data business with 400m-strong business profile trove

Russian sports doping whistleblower fears for safety after hack

Yuliya Stepanova fears her cover has been blown by parties unknown

Cisco-backed iOT comms aspirant LoRa ships IoT dev kit

Thing-makers get a bi-directional wireless standard they can all agree on

Pen-test trio crafts 'Datasploit' tool for easy social engineering

Black HatShiny GUI makes ruining someone's life fun and easy!

SpaceX lands another rocket

VMware survives GPL breach case, but plaintiff promises appeal

Linux kernel dev Christoph Hellwig says court didn't even begin to consider code copying

'Daddy, what's a Blu-ray disc?'

4K revives forgotten format

MoD flings £800m at Dragons' Den miltech startup wheeze as post-Brexit costs bite

Never mind real kit, hipsters want to make butterfly drones

Microsoft: Why we had to tie Azure Stack to boxen we picked for you

Verification, certainty and stable doors

IT snafu takes down Action Fraud's web crime reporting form

Cops: This doesn't appear to be the work of hackers

Amazon balances AWS application loads

Docker and pals, we've heard of them – AWS

Baffled Scots cops call in priest to deal with unruly spirits

Terrified family evacuated after encounter with Chihuahua chucking poltergeist

IT security pro salaries: Silicon Valley? You'd be better off in Minneapolis

How far would you go for a better salary?

London cops waste £2.1m on thought crime unit – and they want volunteer informers

+ CommentHurt by a cutting put-down? Now you can get the perp jailed

Cops to let the private sector chase after cybercrims' assets

Standard of proof apparently much lower in civil courts, say plod

Tim Cook's answer to crashing iPhone sales: More iPhones

Sat on your sofa in India? He knows what you need

HPE StoreVirtual gets low-cost ARM-powered variant

MSA config gets lowered cost through option-bundling deal

HMRC: We've got £1.3bn for digital tax schemes. Tell us how to spend it

Um, would some kind of app be useful here?

Cisco security crew uncovers bug in industrial control kit

Firmware manipulating string luckily not documented

Christians Against Poverty pleads for forgiveness over data breach

Bank details, phone numbers and more go AWOL

Apple allowed to put up bit barn in the Fields of Athenry

Locals had worried tech titan might bash bats, pollute, nick Trevelyn's corn

Google's brand new OS could replace Android

webOS, BeOS and Android heritage

Google AdSense abused to distribute Android spyware

Svpeng Trojan incoming!

EFF vows to take up muni broadband cause after FCC denied

Digital crusaders warm up efforts to build city-owned networks

Nokia taps former Rovio man Rantala to market relaunch

Maker of phones nobody has bought in years hires ex-boss of game nobody has played in years

Shadow Broker hacking group auctions off claimed NSA online spy tools

Did someone crack Equation Group or are they scammers?

Turnbull's Transformers intend to test single sign-on to on the offshore, public cloud

Because after #CensusFail we're all up for biometrics guarded by unicorn worshippers

EU privacy czars mull privacy regulation for Skype, WhatsApp

Eurocrats, tech sector face off over future of ePrivacy Directive

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