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Forbidden fruit of smut, gambling apps found using Apple's enterprise certs
Samsung Galaxy flagship leaks ... don't matter much. Here's why
Ask your data anything, says data viz biz Tableau as it flings 'patent-pending' tech at nat...
It's February 2019 and your Windows DHCP server can be pwned by a packet, IE and Edge by a ...
Cisco sues lawyers on its own side – for bigger slice of capacitor price-fixing settlement pie
Fun fact: GPS uses 10 bits to store the week. That means it runs out... oh heck – April 6, 2019
Redditors start flinging Pooh after forum takes cash from Chinese behemoth Tencent
The gimlet gaze of Azure to be turned upon UK footpads thanks to cop-friendly analytics
First they came for Equifax and we did nothing because America. Now they are coming for bac...
RIP Dr Pueto, Zilog and Sun's bright SPARC
♪ Gallileo, Gallileo, Gallileo, figar-GO, Actifio-oooh-ooh-oh. I'm just a poor backup and n...
Intel SGX 'safe' room easily trashed by white-hat hacking marauders: Enclave malware demo'd
Blue Monday in infosec: 620 million accounts across 16 'hacked' websites now for sale on da...
Network kit biz Phoenix takes heat as flaws could leave industrial control system security ...
Patch this run(DM)c Docker flaw or you be illin'... Tricky containers can root host boxes. ...
Teradata: Yep our revenues still in the cooler... but look how many delicious subs we've sold
Ever yearn for the Windows 95 shutdown sound? TADA! There's an Electron app for that
Mini computer flingers go after a slice of the high street retail Pi
Skype goes blurry, Office gets a kick in the privacy, and Microsoft takes us back to 1990
QNAP NAS user? You'd better check your hosts file for mystery anti-antivirus entries
Google's stunning plan to avoid apps slurping Gmail inboxes: Charge devs for security audits
Alleged SIM swapping crypto-crooks cuffed, iOS app snooping, ad-fraud botnets, and more
High-speed broadband fiber in America: You want the good news or bad news first?
Scaling up Azure Service Fabric Linux Clusters using Ubuntu Xenial? Not so fast, friend
LibreOffice 6.2 is here: Running up a Tab at the NotebookBar? You can turn it all off if yo...
Webroot dunked in Carbonite: Should be quite well protected – if it survives the freezing p...
Defaulting to legacy Internet Explorer just to keep that one, weird app working? Knock it off
OK, Google. Music in 2019 isn't what it was, but Play nice, will ya?
Reliable system was so reliable, no one noticed its licence had expired... until it was too...
Lovely website you got there. Would be a shame if we, er, someone were to sink it: Google w...