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30th > October > 2017 Archive

F-35s grounded by spares shortage

Dearth of documentation slows maintenance for Joint Strike Flopper

Don't be a turkey: Help Linus Torvalds finish Linux 4.14 before it ruins Thanksgiving

RC7 is out and Linus would like to avoid rc8 if possible

Mozilla devs discuss ditching Dutch CA, because cryptowars

We don' want no STEENKIN' proxies, as will be possible under new local laws

IBM offloads Notes and Domino to India's HCL Technologies

'Partnership' will see HCL run future development, starting with version 10 in 2018

Can you get from 'dog' to 'car' with one pixel? Japanese AI boffins can

Fooling an image classifier is surprisingly easy and suggests novel attacks

Spare me the confected 'Innovation Theatre' that is hackfests and their ilk

Secret CIOSure, the ideas spurt out in a torrent, but they're no longer potent

Vietnam bans Bitcoin as payment for anything

What is it with (mostly) single party states and crimps on cryptocurrency?

Comet 67-P farted just as Rosetta probe flew through the gas plume

Nasty but nice: gaseous comet innards included water ice!

Licensing rejig and standard price rises set for Windows Server 2016

Be afraid, very afraid

Algorithms, Henry VIII powers, dodgy 1-man-firms: Reg strokes claw over Data Protection Bill

Handy guide to best and worst amendments tabled for new law

Fresh bit o' Linux to spruce up that ancient Windows Vista box? Why not, we say...

ReviewQ4OS. Oh, gesundheit. Oh, that's the distro, is it...

A shot of storage sambuca, 5ml of bootable bitters, plus a dash of creme de cloud

RoundupIt's a storage cocktail and it tastes... well, have a sip

Mil-spec infosec spinout Cryptonite reveals its network-scrambling tech

Budding firm funded by US defence departments

RIP HPKP: Google abandons public key pinning

No home in Chrome

Camera company, huh? Snap's nerd goggles look destined for landfill

CommentCan a dancing hot dog save it?

USB stick found in West London contained Heathrow security data

Encryption? Passwords? Nah, why use those...

UK industry bods: Re-train one million manufacturing workers to deal with new tech

Propose 'brand campaign', tax breaks and, erm, standards

Google's phone woes: The Pixel and the damage done

AnalysisHardware is called hardware for a reason

Boffins befuddled over EU probe into UK's tax rules for multinationals

Pure politics? It won't matter by March 2019

Seagate's 'AI' disk drive: Just put slightly higher numbers on the specs

Surveillance hardware purpose-built for deep learning, analytics

MoD: Sci-tech strategy? Er, here's a bunch of words and diagrams

Brit military top brass assures us it has coherent plan to harness Brit boffinry

Submarine builder admits dismembering journalist's body

Danish seafarer denies murdering Kim Wall

Why you can't boycott the Mail: Google makes a mint from 'fake news'

Partisan publishers hide identity from advertisers – study

10/10 would patch again: Big Red plasters 'easily exploitable' backdoor in Oracle Identity Manager

Remote unauthenticated attack bug gets perfect CVSS score

Cryptocurrency-crafting creeps crept crafty code into Google App Store

Chocolate Factory's anti-malware protections fail yet again

Manafort, Stone, Trump, Papadopoulos, Kushner, Mueller, Russia: All the tech angles in one place

AnalysisFacebook, Twitter, Skype, Collusion... allegedly

Fake tech support 'scam' husband and wife banned FOR LIFE from computer repair world

Virus panic pair agrees to never again offer to 'fix' anyone's PC

Fine, OK, no backdoors, says Deputy AG. Just keep PLAINTEXT copies of everyone's messages

Sure, that won’t go wrong at all

Google AMP supremo whinges at being called out on team's bulls***

This Kool-Aid is so tasty

Tor blimey, guv'nor: Firefox to try on privacy tool's Canvas gloves to leave fewer fingerprints

Browser maker turns to anonymizing network for anti-identification technique

A future of AI-generated fake news photos, hands off machine-learning boffins – and more

Plus: Folks freak out searching for 'brassiere' on their iPhones

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