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HackerOne says 'no' to FlexiSpy stalkerware bug bounty program

Creepy app seller is going to have to QA its own buggy software

FYI: World was warned FIVE years ago about flaw exploited in Google Docs phishing phrenzy

Ad giant even paid a developer a bounty for spotting it

Curiosity Rover's drill is ill. But chill: we can dig Martian sand instead of rocking hard

Take than, cowardly LGMs! We have a few grams of your grains

Today's bonkers bug report: Microsoft Edge can't print numbers

Redmond's hot new browser counts '1,2,3,4' as '1,1,4,4'

Dell EMC to release Azure Stack in small, medium and Oh My!

Four, eight or twelve servers, with up to 600VMs in a Stack

systemd-free Devuan Linux hits RC2

GNOME, KDE, and Cinnamon are now off the menu

Microsoft says: Lock down your software supply chain before the malware scum get in

Stealthy attack code spotted going after payment systems

Don't waste your energy on Docker, it says here – wait, that can't be right...

Long tasks that consume more juice are worth it, though

China's first large passenger jet makes maiden flight

The C919 will compete with the 737 and A320, has already won 99 orders

User loses half of a CD-ROM in his boss's PC

On-CallThe Farce was strong with this one after he played Star Wars games on the job but applied the wrong force

BT to pay £22m in interest to rivals in ethernet overcharging case

Court of Appeal upholds interest claims in historic dispute

Selling physical and virtual storage arrays? How to crack it against mainstream giants

AnalysisThey're not infallible

Linux homes for Ubuntu Unity orphans: Minty Cinnamon, GNOME or Ubuntu, mate?

Fear not – there's life beyond the community lifeline

What augmented reality was created for: An ugly drink with a balloon

Something for the Weekend, Sir?Or you could roll over and go back to sleep

Australian Taxation Office named as party preventing IT contractors being paid

ExclusiveDispute with Plutus Payroll heading to court, no payday in sight for hundreds

How do ransomware scum decide what to charge you? The Big Mac index

Yep, Fatboy slim-e are reading The Economist

Amazon is to install its R&D brainboxes in Cambridge

400 folk will be moving in sometime in autumn

'We are deeply troubled by the ... depth of Toshiba’s desperation'

Round-upA week in storage: You, me and NVME

Spend your paper £5 notes NOW: No longer legal tender after today

Get yourself a fistful of plastic fantastics instead

Is Britain really worse at 4G than Peru?

Special ReportCrowd or non crowd - network industry rages on numbers

Student cluster-wrestlers face off in HPC battle: You and whose army? Um, China's

HPC BlogYep, the people's Liberation Army is fielding a university team

Union calls for fresh wave of strikes action against UK Fujitsu cuts

Brings total action days to 20

'A-Team'-style tactics: Legit tool welded to kitchen sink to make off-the-shelf snoop kit

Unlike BA, Face and crew, not accused of crime they didn't commit

FireEye calls Shim-anigans: Bank-raiding hackers switch tactics

Game's the same, just got more fierce, apparently

Debenhams Flowers shoppers stung by bank card-stealing tech pest

Cyber florist's supplier Ecomnova fingered after backend systems hacked

We are 'heroes,' says police chief whose force frisked a photographer

Brit plod used Terrorism Act to collar snapper. Hello, 2005

It's been two and a half years of decline – tablets aren't coming back

Fondleslab sales plummet goes from 'bad' to 'IBM'

How to remote hijack computers using Intel's insecure chips: Just use an empty login string

Code diveExploit to pwn systems using vPro and AMT

Facebook loves virtual reality so much it just axed its VR film studio

Not enough eyeballs in goggles to justify in-house production

US copyright law shake-up: Days of flinging stuff on the web and waiting for a DMCA may be over

AnalysisTwo big cases barreling through America's courts

Uncle Sam backs down on slurping passwords from US visa hopefuls

State Dept asks public for comment on proposals to probe immigrants' online profiles

Fake invoice scammers slurp $5bn+ from corp beancounters – FBI

Gawd, and we thought El Reg hacks' martini expense claims were bad

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