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Why is a 22GB database containing 56 million US folks' personal details sitting on the open internet using a Chinese IP address? Seriously, why?
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/privacy from theregister.co.uk
Not LibreOffice too? Beloved open-source suite latest to fall victim to the curse of Catalina
3 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/FLOSS from theregister.co.uk
"Now there's nothing stopping the PATRIOT Act allowing the FBI to slurp web-browsing histories without a warrant. Thanks for nothing, Bernie Sanders"
3 years ago by Robin to /s/news from theregister.co.uk
BASED article 'women are in fact much closer genetically to being chimps than men are. Some have even interpreted the research to mean that men are "more evolved" than women. Technically speaking this is correct'
3 years ago by letsgobish29 to /s/Incels from theregister.co.uk
Australian state will install home surveillance hardware to make sure if you're in virus isolation, you stay there
'Unfixable' boot ROM security flaw in millions of Intel chips could spell 'utter chaos' for DRM, file encryption, etc (flaw in ME = open backdoor)
3 years ago by zyxzevn to /s/Hacking from theregister.co.uk
MI5 officers are not 'immune', they just have the 'power' to not be punished... That's cleared that up then.
3 years ago by Robin to /s/corruption from theregister.co.uk
MI5 officers are not 'immune', they just have the 'power' to not be punished... Huh?
2016: An 18 year old convicted under French anti-terror laws for his choice of SSID (=Wifi network name)
3 years ago by Robin to /s/WarOfTerror from theregister.co.uk
How many GE engineers does it take to change a smart lightbulb?...
3 years ago by Robin to /s/technology from theregister.co.uk
Bad news: 'unblockable' web trackers emerge. Good news: Firefox with uBlock Origin can stop it. Chrome, not so much
One man’s mistake, missing backups and complete reboot: The tale of Europe’s Galileo satellites going dark
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Europe from theregister.co.uk
The sound of silence is actually the sound of a malicious smart speaker app listening in on you
ATTK of the Pwns: Trend Micro's antivirus tools 'will run malware – if its filename is cmd.exe'
3 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/TechSec from theregister.co.uk
"America's nuke arsenal to swap eight-inch floppy disks for solid-state drives"
Blood money is fine with us, says GitLab: Vetting non-evil customers is 'time consuming, potentially distracting'
3 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/programming from theregister.co.uk
"Oh dear... AI models used to flag hate speech online are, er, racist against black people"
''After accusing Redmond of paying money to skirt legal process, the US government asked Microsoft to pay it money rather than go through the legal process. Lesson learned.'
4 years ago by Robin to /s/corruption from theregister.co.uk
Hong Kong ISPs Beg Chinese Government Not to Impose Great Firewall on Them
4 years ago by Kangbanger to /s/communismwatch from theregister.co.uk
The fragility of modern systems: - a 13-minute power cut in Japan set to reduce global flash chip production by 24% per cent between August and October.
4 years ago by Robin to /s/technology from theregister.co.uk
Google: We're not killing ad blockers. Translation: We made them too powerful, we'll cram this genie back in its bottle
4 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from theregister.co.uk
There's a scarily good 'deepfakes' YouTube channel that's quietly growing – and it's freaking everyone out
4 years ago by Optimus85 to /s/technology from theregister.co.uk
UK's Foreign Sec Rolls out Obscure Legal Doc 'Planned Espionage Act' that will Crack Down on Snowden-Style Brit Whistleblowers, Suspected Backdoored Gear
4 years ago by Stankmango to /s/censorship from theregister.co.uk
Fatal hole uncovered in Cisco routers after years of research (😾😾😾) Very foolish coding... or very crafty coding?
Cocaine, psychadelics, DMT? They sure knew how to party 1,000 years ago: Archaeologists make startling discovery
4 years ago by Optimus85 to /s/science from theregister.co.uk
The Year Of Linux On The Desktop – at last! Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 brings the Linux kernel into Windows
4 years ago by Optimus85 to /s/Linux from theregister.co.uk
NZ Shooting manifesto/video: (i) threats of heavy prison time, (ii) bespoke malware = Is this deep state research into next generation internet censorship?
4 years ago by Robin to /s/censorship from theregister.co.uk
4 years ago by kovri to /s/privacy from web.archive.org
[paranoia] From hard drive to over-heard drive: Boffins convert spinning rust into eavesdropping mic
4 years ago by wizzwizz4 to /s/privacy from theregister.co.uk
SPOILER alert, literally: Intel CPUs afflicted with simple data-spewing spec-exec vulnerability
4 years ago by magnora7 to /s/technology from theregister.co.uk
4 years ago by TheWebOfSlime to /s/news from theregister.co.uk
WWW = Woeful, er, winternet wendering? CERN browser rebuilt after 30 years barely recognizes modern web
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Internet from theregister.co.uk
Why does that website take forever to load? Clues: Three syllables, starts with a J, rhymes with crock of sh...
Want a bit of privacy? Got a USB stick? Welcome to TAILS 3.12
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/privacy from theregister.co.uk
Germany pushes router security rules, OpenWRT and CCC push back
Tesla loyalists tell of code crashes, near-misses
4 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/technology from theregister.co.uk
Macs to Linux fans: Stop right there, Penguinista scum, that's not macOS
4 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/SYSADMIN from theregister.co.uk
Cambridge Analytica dismantled for good? Nope: It just changed its name to Emerdata
5 years ago by magnora7 to /s/news from theregister.co.uk
Whois? More like WHOWAS: Domain database on verge of collapse over EU privacy
5 years ago by f00f to /s/technology from theregister.co.uk