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30th > June > 2017 Archive

Management bug can crash Cisco IOS, IOS XE

Nine SNMP MIBs vulnerable

NASA tells Curiosity: Quit showing off, no 'wheelies' please

Software update adds traction control to protect rover's wheels

Europol, FBI, UK's NCA ride out to Ukraine's cavalry call

Security service calls NotPetya an 'act of cyberterrorism'

GitHub flub spaffs 8Tracks database, 18 million accounts leaked

Passwords were salted, so there's some comfort

Did you know? Today is International Asteroid Day! Wouldn't it be amazing if one were to...

Tune into space boffins' 24-hour telethon celebration

Big question: Who gets the blame if a cyborg drops a kid on its head?

Boffins demand panic button to control wacky brain-machine interfaces in the future

US Senators want Kaspersky shut out of military contracts

Russia 'won't rule out' retaliation

Fresh cotton underpants fix series of mysterious mainframe crashes

On-CallThe atmosphere was positively electric back when polyester pants were popular

Can VMware exploit its VRealize refresh?

Sysadmin blogBattle beyond terrible packaging

Ubuntu 'weaponised' to cure NHS of its addiction to Microsoft Windows

Special reportTake 750,000 smartcards, millions of PCs, mix in a week-long hackathon

Dead serious: How to haunt people after you've gone... using your smartphone

Something for the Weekend, Sir?This app could have grave consequences etc

Europe seeks company to monitor Google's algorithm in €10m deal

Follows €2.4bn mega fine

Not that scary or that hard: Two decades of VLANS

Sysadmin blogClassic or encapsulated? You choose

Virgin Media cuts 250 jobs amid £3bn Project Lightning cockup fallout

None of today's P45 recipients will be directors, say sources

Civil rights warriors get green light to challenge UK mass surveillance

High Court grants Liberty the liberty to fight Pry Minister May's creepy Snoopers' Charter

Fancy fixing your own mobile devices? Just take the display off carefu...CRUNCH !£$%!

Not that easy, is it? Apple, Samsung most locked-down of all kit

DRAM! Micron rakes in dosh from bits and chips

Product shortage plus high demand equals price rise driven profits rise

Virgin Media to close flagship Oxford St store in August

ExclusiveOne of 30 Brit branches to be shut due to 'shift to online'

Privacy, consent laws under 'unprecedented strain'. We need a data-watcher watcher

Ideal steward would be mediator, soothsayer, guide

Oh my Word... Microsoft Office 365 unlatched after morning lockout

UpdatedKen 'e' logins

Ex-archiver striver StrongBox whips veil off data management kit

AnalysisBut what's a 'true data fabric'?

Tick-tick... boom: Germany gives social media giants 24 hours to tear down hate speech

Get used to hearing once again: 'We were only following orders'

Hyperconverged infrastructure. It's all about the services

Sysadmin blogIf HCI sounds simple, that’s because it is

Tintri IPO boots up after it tries turning itself off and on again

And slashing the share price, too. That also worked

Shock: NASA denies secret child sex slave cannibal colony on Mars

No humans on Red Planet, straight-faced officials have the audacity to claim

Whoa, bad trip, man: Google workers' info exposed during travel-booking software hack

Chocolate Factory warns staff, Cali officials of security blunder

Sailor Moon? More like sail to the Moon: Japan vows to set foot on lunar soil by 2030

All part of the wider plan to visit the dusty wasteland of Mars

How to pwn phones with shady replacement parts

Broke your screen? Avoid dodgy repair shops – your private sexy selfies will thank you later

Wanna tap 3 million phone calls? All it takes is one measly warrant

Uncle Sam's wiretap stats show the state of surveillance in Land of the Free, Home of the Brave

Photobucket says photo-f**k-it, starts off-site image shakedown

No more freeloading graphics, it wants its $400-a-year cut

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