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Crackas With Attitude hacker 'Incursio' gets two years in the clink for embarrassing CIA boss

Boggs sees future prospects go down the pan

Breached Bitcoin Bithumb bosses blame bod's BYOD

Humans still the weakest link

Windows Insiders with SD cards turn into OneDrive outsiders

Microsoft's decided only NTFS devices are allowed

Perl devs solve ancient Riddle: 'What's a vuln we caught from Oracle?'

BACKRONYM also fixed, so pull the patch

RED ALERT! High-speed alien fugitives are invading our Milky Way

Turbo-charged solar runaways escape home galaxies, scream through our cosmic backwater

Cisco automation code needs manual patch

Default and leaky creds, remote code execution and more

Boffins with frickin' laser beams chase universe's mysterious trihydrogen

Can science crack the cosmos's inexplicable yet bountiful ion? We think it can

It's time for a long, hard mass debate over sex robots, experts conclude

Society has yet to – and perhaps never will – come to terms with creepy kid love dolls

Need a change? Well, the Euro Patent Office needs a new president...

King Battistelli gets latest reform efforts approved, but his days are numbered

European MPs push for right to repair rules

A smartphone should be as fixable as a refrigerator

TfL, WTH is my bus? London, UK, looks up from its mobile

UpdatedNo word on what caused the feed to go silent

Feelin' safe and snug on Linux while the Windows world burns? Stop that

I shoulda patched what now?

Aptare: Eight exabyte-juggler pimps its 'data centre MRI' product

AnalysisEight? Really?

Civil rights warriors file US lawsuit: Let us see Five Eyes agreement

Most recent public document is from 1955

Multi-tier Tegile array mixes NVMe and SAS flash like a big ol' storage wedding cake

AnalysisSaying heck no to rules, man

'Vicious' neutron star caught collecting dustbunnies

Geminga! Yet another of astronomy's classic pranks...

Payroll glitch at DXC leaves former staff in employment limbo

They 'can't make people redundant properly despite having loads of practice'

Tape lives! The tape archive bit bucket is becoming bottomless

SpectraLogic's LTO-8 pre-purchase programme and 190TB+ cartridge forecast

Nothing could protect Durex peddler from NotPetya ransomware

Reckitt Benckiser revenues wrecked by comp-wiping nasty

Back to ASICs: Mellanox pumps up Ethernet speed to 400Gbps

200GbitE and 400GbitE ASIC-powered switches

Dark web souk AlphaBay outage: Users fear they've been scammed

It's not like you can go to the police, eh?

Microsoft offers cloud to Baidu, gets autonomous car in return

Self-driving project could be a smart move by Redmond

Microsoft hits Alt-F4 on 3,000 global sales staff

Why employ people to flog software when you can just force feed people's computers with code anyway?

McAfee settles McAfee lawsuit over McAfee name

And Intel sighs with relief

Google blows $800k on bots to flood the UK with 30,000 'articles' a month

Templated stories sourced from gov databases to push web ads. Welcome to your dystopia

Banking app startups go TITSUP as payment slurper keels over. Again

Total Inability To Support Users' Purchases – and the second time in four months

FREE wildcard HTTPS certs from Let's Encrypt for every Reg reader*

* And everyone else, too, of course

Trump's CNN tantrum could delay $85bn AT&T-Time Warner merger

White House warns corpos after President's Twitter fight

While USA is distracted by its President's antics, China is busy breaking another fusion record

Tweet a GIF about that, Donald

Well, that escalated quickly: Qualcomm demands iPhone, iPad sales ban in America

Licensing dispute explodes into all-out patent war with Apple

Now Uber sued for textual harassment

Plus: Waymo? Way no! Levandowski swerves doc demand in trade secrets trial

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