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Hackers nick $60m from Taiwanese bank in tailored SWIFT attack

UpdatedArrests after customized malware apparently used to drain millions

'Israel hacked Kaspersky and caught Russian spies using AV tool to harvest NSA exploits'

UpdatedExplosive new claims also put a bomb under US-Israeli cooperation

'There has never been a right to absolute privacy' – US Deputy AG slams 'warrant-proof' crypto

Fourth Amendment trumps your math, nerds

Qualcomm offers concessions to secure NXP Semi takeover

Reports say patent, interop promises on the table

NASA readies its asteroid warning system for harmless flyby

Reminder: amateur astronomers, watch out for 2012 TC4, you might get lucky

Ex-Autonomy CFO begs court to toss out US fraud allegations

Hussain's lawyers say exec can't be tried in the States for what allegedly happened in UK

Has Nexenta's growth stalled?

SW-defined storage maker gets extra cash to start 2017

European Patent Office staff rep blames prez for 'slipping quality'

Overseers told of low morale, poor performance and even suicides

Consistency is key to Oracle and Microsoft's hybrid cloud clout

AnalysisHow can the other players up their game on and off-premises?

Q: How do you test future driverless car tech? A: Slurp a ton of real-world driving data

Move UK consortium gathers data for insurers and regulators

IT admins hate this one trick: 'Having something look like it’s on storage, when it is not'

DebateMemory... lights the access speed of RAM. (Or does it?)

Fear the SAP-slap? Users can anonymously submit questions about licensing naughtiness

Better than having to stump up £54.5m in back payments

Concerns raised about privacy, GDPR as Lords peer over Data Protection Bill

'Incredibly hard to read and even harder to understand'...

When Irish data's leaking: Supermarket shoppers urged to check bank statements

SuperValu breached after cyber attack at mega-retailer

Sniffing substations will solve 'leccy car charging woes, reckons upstart

Can I plug it in? Not without blowing the neighbourhood fuse

Don't fear the reap... er, automation: Puppet hopes to make IT boring, says that's a good thing

Tools will make peeps more attractive, it's claimed

Dell makes $1bn bet that IoT at the edge can kill cloud computing takeover

AnalysisEdgy move: Acting to preserve on-premises IT

They've only gone and made a chemical-threat-detecting ring

Oo, what's that you've got on? Chanel No. 5? Anthrax? This trendy wearable would know

El Reg was invited to the House of Lords to burst the AI-pocalypse bubble

CommentNotes from an Oral Evidence session

Give us cash and think about the kids, UK tells Facebook and Twitter

Abuse tax mooted as 'online safety' rhetoric ratchets up

WDC adds an FAQ to SanDisk-Tosh chip arm wrestling match

The world according to WDC

To Russia, with love: Greek court now says Bitcoin fraud suspect could be tried at home

US and Moscow both want to extradite Alexander Vinnik, 38, but minister of justice will decide

North Korean hackers allegedly probing US utilities for weaknesses

Spear phishing emails thought to be affiliated with Pyongyang sent to electricity firms

Super Cali's futuristic robo-cars in focus – even though watchdogs say they're something quite atrocious

DMV paves way for human-free fully autonomous vehicles

Judge says US govt has 'no right to rummage' through anti-Trump protest website logs

Court tells hosting biz to protect identities of netizens

'We think autonomous coding is a very real thing' – GitHub CEO imagines a future without programmers

Hello, world? More like: Goodbye, world

Dumb bug of the week: Outlook staples your encrypted emails to, er, plaintext copies when sending messages

You're formatting messages the wrong way

Dear America, best not share that password with your pals. Lots of love, the US Supremes

You may end up in the clink with 'hacker' on your criminal record

Rejecting Sonos' private data slurp basically bricks bloke's boombox

El Reg comes to the rescue of reader unable to control gear from smartphone

Oz military megahack: When crappy defence contractor cybersecurity 'isn't uncommon', surely alarm bells ring?

30GB of data nicked in 'Alf's Mystery Happy Fun Time' attack

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