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Cisco waves swatter at ten new vulnerabilities

It's 2017, and UPnP is still a critical attack vector

You only need 60 bytes to hose Linux's rpcbind

Sigh ... people just leave it on without blocking the port world+dog knows it uses. So patch it or close it, people

Chip design chap arrested for using photocopier

If you're going to steal secret silicon designs, it's a bit of a giveaway to hang around the office making copies

Rackspace CEO Taylor Rhodes quits to spend more time with his kids

President Jeff Cotten named interim CEO, mere months after company went private

RF pulses from dust collisions could be killing satellites

Tiny impacts don't smash sats, but the energy they produce might break electronics

Windows 10 S forces Bing, Edge on your kids. If you don't like it, get Win10 Pro – Microsoft

We're gonna make 'em an offer they can't refuse

Fortran greybeards: Get your walking frames and shuffle over to NASA

Space agency has US$55k in prizes to those who can accelerate old code

Gamers red hot with fury over Intel Core i7-7700 temperature spikes

High-end CPUs prone to randomly running near thermal limit

Nutanix consciously uncouples with move into software-only sales

UpdatedHPE ProLiant and Cisco UCS-C for now, but it turns out Nutanix didn't ask HPE if it would play

Master of Dredd: Judge inker John Higgins speaks to The Reg

Meet the artist who helped shape Watchmen, Batman and, yes, the drokkin' LAW himself

Booze stats confirm boring Britain is drying

Won't someone think of the children? They're bloody lightweights!

Microsoft Azure capacity woes hit UK customers. Yes, you read that right

ExclusiveClients: We need more compute. Redmond: 'Go to Canada' job ads entice IT bods with promise they will be OUTSIDE IR35

Please, please come back

ISPs must ensure half of punters get advertised max speeds

Proposals by UK watchdog call for further crackdown on misleading ads

Commvault boss Hammer and pals nail a profit – but only just

Street-beating protector and archiver basks in analyst love

The Co-Op Bank's online banking has gone TITSUP*

UpdatedScheduled maintenance overrun, the UK bank says

Greater Manchester cops fined after victim interview vids lost in post

Were they unencrypted? You bet they were

Intel gives Xeon a makeover to bring us colour-coded clouds

Any Chipzilla kit for data centres are now members of the 'Xeon Scalable Family'

Capita's huge role in UK government should go under the spotlight

AnalysisMP calls for greater scrutiny following TV licence debacle

Amazon tweaks so-called 'assisted suicide' publishing contracts to ink EU deal

Swerves fine by revisiting ebook deals

Fire fighters get grinding on London man’s trapped genitalia

Ilford fire tender attends an East Ender with trapped bellend...ugh...

Hybrid cloud: The 'new' but not-new IT service platform

The combination effect

Imagination puts two-thirds of itself up for sale as Apple IP fight rumbles on

They've gone to formal arbitration with the fruity firm

Industrial plant robots frequently connected to the 'net without authentication

Putting the ID in IoT

Poor old Intel. No flash profits for you

AnalysisChipzilla's SSD tech is solid, but can't seem to shake losses

Fake news is fake news, says Google-backed research

Claims that people derive most of their news from search are 'over-stated'

Tesla: Revenues up, losses deepen, in start to 'exciting' 2017

Would sir like the P&L sheet in a colour other than red?

Israel-focused VCs sow cash around seed stage tech firms

Firm puts together $75m to invest in AI, Big Data, robotics

Reservation biz Sabre books into the hacked hotel of shame

Don't forget to check your credit and debit cards for unauthorized transactions

Leaked: The UK's secret blueprint with telcos for mass spying on internet, phones – and backdoors

Real-time full-blown snooping with breakable encryption

First cardboard goggles, now this: Google's cardboard 'DIY AI' box powered by an RPi 3

Voice Kit is the first of what we're told will be many

Dark-web pedo jailed after FBI and co use vid trick to beat privacy tech

Bloke thought he was safe on anonymizing network. Now he's in the cooler for 13 years

Qualcomm to demand US iPhone import ban

Snapdragon designer furious over Apple halting royalty payments, wants revenge

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