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Australia' Smart meter leaders lag in securing devices

Centre for Internet Safety calls for consumer safeguards

FTP becoming Forgotten Transfer Protocol as Debian turns it off

Distro download servers are too hard to run and users ignore them anyway

Homebrew crypto SNAFU on electrical grid sees GE rush patches

UpdatedBoffins turned up hard-coded password in ancient controllers

Unplug the Bitcoin miner and do us all a favour: Antminer has remote shutdown flaw

‘Antbleed’ attack could crock 70 per cent of all mining. Time to try another flavour?

Fistful of flaws blow away SolarWinds network appliances

Five nasties await netadmins

A switch with just 49 ns latency? What strange magic is this?

Cisco won't blink, but high-frequency traders may get twitchy

iPhone lawyers literally compare Apples with Pears in trademark war

'You shall not use the silhouette of any fruit' commands Cupertino idiot tax operation

Citrix-as-a-service plan bore fruit in Q1

Virtual Skype turns out to be a reason to pick up the phone

Intel redesigns flawed Atom CPUs to stave off premature chip death

Faulty LPC clock bus timed out

TalkTalk HackHack DuoDuo PleadPlead GuiltyGuiltyGuiltyGuilty

Met cops gloat after pair admits to pilfering subscriber records

FYI: You can blow Intel-powered broadband modems off the 'net with a 'trivial' packet stream

All too easy to choke enemies' gateways, it seems

Peace in our time! Symantec says it can end Google cert spat

It's basically a promise to do better and not mess things up

Ransomware up. Breaches up. What do hackers want? Research, prototypes... all your secrets

Verizon super depressing report's in

ITU's latest specs show that 5G is not just a wireless network

AnalysisNew standard addresses wireline aspects of low latency 5G

Washing machine AI? You'll thank AWS, Microsoft, Google (eventually)

The scramble for space driving the commodity race

SourceForge: Let's hold hands in a post-CodePlex world

Disappearing platforms problem

Straight outta Shandong cluster noobs set new LINPACK world record

HPC Blog31.7 trillion flops – pretty sporty

FTC urged to probe easily penetrated telly-enabled teledildonic toy

Woes whack Wi-Fi webcam willy with weak websec walls

What is dead may never die – how to get a post-BlackBerry BlackBerry

Go wild, the KEYone is here

NATO secures adoption of submerged drone data comms standard

All 28 countries' navies now speak the same language below the waves

Series of Seagate missteps as revenue generator spins down

CommentCatalogue of errors by stuck-in-the-rut firm

Seven in ten UK unis admit being duped by phishing attacks

Not so smart now, eh?

Insuring against a future financial crisis

Staying compliant & off the front page

New year, new Teradata but the 'transformation' hangover still lingers

Helped along by billion dollar-plus cash pile outside USA

China launches aircraft carrier the length of 2.1 brontosaurs

And it weighs the same as 5.7 million adult badgers

Super-secure Pi-stuffed nomx email server box given a good probing

UpdatedResearcher claims it's riddled with flaws. Vendor denies it

Micron looks to SanDisk for new CEO

Mark Durcan gets to retire at last as Sanjay Mehrotra takes over

Mysterious Hajime botnet has pwned 300,000 IoT devices

The Dark Knight of malware's purpose remains unknown

Plan to kill net neutrality is the best thing/worst thing ever! EVER!!1

Here we go again

NASA's Cassini snaps pic inside Saturn's ring – peace among the stars

PhotoProbe plunges deep into dark cosmic hole

Facebook decides fake news isn't crazy after all. It's now a real problem

AnalysisOnce dismissed by Zuck, misinformation now merits revised security strategy

Republicans want IT bloke to take fall for Clinton email brouhaha

Not quite 'lock her up,' but they'll take what they can get – like formal criminal charges

Cloudflare's incredible solution for IoT security: Use our services

And, oh for $DEITY's sake, yet ANOTHER best-practices standards organization?

Having a monopoly on x86 chips and charging eyewatering prices really does pay off – Intel CEO

Basically what he was saying while bragging about sales

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