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Sage CEO: £60m says we can convert more folk to Business Cloud

1 hour 42 min ago
FY18 dogged by execution woes but, er, all sorted now

The latest CEO to take the controls at Brit accountancy software maker Sage is intending to convert the laggards in its customer base to the cloud by spending £60m on R&D and product improvements.…

3 is the magic number (of bits): Flip 'em at once and your ECC protection has been Rowhammer'd

2 hours 42 min ago
Dutch boffins slip memory-busting attack round mitigations

Researchers in the Netherlands have discovered that error-correcting code (ECC) memory protection can be thwarted to perform Rowhammer memory manipulation attacks.…

Is Google's Pixel getting better, or just more expensive?

3 hours 42 min ago
Chocolate Factory vows to fix camera glitch

Google might make the best camera phone in the world – but that doesn't mean much if it can't take pictures.…

Microsoft: You looking at me funny? Oh, you just want to sign in

4 hours 42 min ago
Password-less logins for Edge users with Windows Hello or a FIDO2 dongle. Like, 3 people

It's taken a while, but it has finally arrived. You can sign into your Microsoft account with a suitable dongle or Windows Hello, with passwords consigned to history.…

Technical foul: Amazon suffers data breach days before Black Friday, emails world+dog

5 hours 2 min ago
$1tn biz doesn't answer very basic questions - like how or why it happened

Amazon has suffered a data breach just days before Black Friday – and the company was tight-lipped about whether it had notified the British data protection authorities.…

Fancy Bear hacker crew Putin dirty RATs in Word documents emailed to govt orgs – report

5 hours 47 min ago
Disguised as files about recent Lion Air crash, no less

Russian state-backed hacking crew Fancy Bear (aka APT28) is distributing malware-riddled files with a suggested link to the recent Lion Air crash in order to dupe government workers into downloading software nasties – and has developed a new remote-access trojan called Cannon, according to Palo Alto Networks.…

Merry Christmas, you filthy directors: ICO granted powers to fine bosses for spam calls

6 hours 20 min ago
Dodgy dialling dons' dosh due to diminish in December

Company bosses will be personally liable for nuisance calls made by their firms from 17 December, and could be forced to pay up to £500,000.…

New era for Japan, familiar problems: Microsoft withdraws crash-tastic patches

6 hours 49 min ago
Upcoming calendar change more than Office can handle

Stop us if you've heard this one, but Microsoft has pulled a couple of buggy patches in Office. It also left a crash-worthy Outlook security fix in place.…

Big data at sea: How the Royal Navy charts the world's oceans

7 hours 21 min ago
Warships don't only sink the nation's enemies, you know

Boatnotes You may think of a warship as a vessel that sails the Seven Seas, bristling with missiles and guns, ready to deal out death and destruction to Her Majesty's enemies. In fact, warships do many other jobs too – such as HMS Enterprise's routine but vital task of seabed surveying.…

When selling security awareness training by email, probably a good shout not to hit 'reply all'

7 hours 48 min ago
The irony meter is quivering

Oh the irony. A channel account rep trying to drum up business for security awareness training scored an own goal this week when he pressed the send to all option on an email to prospective clients.…

Well that's just spliffing: UK Amazon merchants peddling Mary Jane

8 hours 32 min ago
Hey, Bezos wanted to create the everything store...

With all eyes on Black Friday, retail kingpin Amazon UK moved that bit closer to fulfilling CEO Jeff Bezos' ultimate plan of becoming the everything store – by adding high-strength weed to its digital shelves.…

Real talk: You're gonna have to get real about real-time analytics if you wanna make IoT work

9 hours 25 min ago
A gentle intro to design considerations for a large-scale internet-connected web of sensors

Backgrounder Many have started down the road of rolling out non-trivial Internet-of-Things platforms, and you may have, too, to some degree.…

Talk about a cache flow problem: This JavaScript can snoop on other browser tabs to work out what you're visiting

10 hours 38 min ago
Yes, even the Tor browser can be spied on by this nasty code

Special report Computer science boffins have demonstrated a side-channel attack technique that bypasses recently-introduced privacy defenses, and makes even the Tor browser subject to tracking. The result: it is possible for malicious JavaScript in one web browser tab to spy on other open tabs, and work out which websites you're visiting.…

If you're using Dell EMC Avamar, even in VMware's vSphere, you need to grab and install these security updates

11 hours 31 min ago
Unless you want your private key to leak, watch miscreants inject commands, etc

Get patching: data protection offerings in the Dell EMC Avamar range have four exploitable security bugs – one enabling remote code execution – and VMware's inherited the vulnerabilities, with fixes now available.…

Infosec's Thanksgiving turkey triumvirate: Tesla, Tumblr, Trump (as in Ivanka)... and tons more

15 hours 34 min ago
It's like a turducken of screw-ups

Roundup As America prepares for Thursday's Thanksgiving rituals of turkey, football, and awkward conversations with extended family, three organisations are going to have admins working overtime to clean up security messes.…

Australia's 'snoop minister' wants crypto-busting law probe wound up, proposals back into parliament

16 hours 19 min ago
Dutton busts out the ol' razzle-dazzle of terrorists, encrypted chat and hand-wringing

Australia's home affairs minister Peter Dutton wants the parliamentary inquiry into his proposed crypto-busting law to wind up its work, and send the draft rules back to legislators to approve, stat.…

Let's have a look-see, Pure. Sales, up. Staff, growing. Forecasts, beat. Projections, rising. Profit... oh look at the time, gotta run, cya...

17 hours 48 min ago
Net income seems to be the hardest words for storage biz

Pure Storage has reported quarterly results that beat Wall Street estimates and caused it to upgrade full-year guidance – but one thing still evades the all-flash array maker, and that is profit.…

What the #!/%* is that rogue Raspberry Pi doing plugged into my company's server room, sysadmin despairs

November 20, 2018 - 11:44pm
Online sleuths dig into the case, with surprising success

It's every sysadmin's worst nightmare: discovering that someone has planted a device in your network, among all your servers, and you have no idea where it came from nor what it does. What do you do?…

LastPass? More like lost pass. Or where the fsck has it gone pass. Five-hour outage drives netizens bonkers

November 20, 2018 - 10:44pm
Data centre lost connectivity, now restored

LastPass's cloud service suffered a five-hour outage today that left some people unable to use the password manager to log into their internet accounts.…

Oracle sued by app sales rep: I made tens of millions for Larry, then fired for being neither young nor male – claim

November 20, 2018 - 9:53pm
Women harassed, driven out while worse performing men keep jobs, lawsuit claims

A former Oracle application sales rep is suing the database giant, alleging gender and age discrimination, sexual harassment, and violations of US labor laws after being fired.…

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