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  • Microsoft's 'Malware Protection Engine' Had A Remote Code Execution Flaw
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  • Serverless Security Implications—From Infra to OWASP
  • 4 Ways to Take Control of your Wi-Fi Connections on Linux
  • Catch Up With The Linux Foundation at OpenStack Summit in Boston
  • Linux Kernel 4.11 ‘Fearless Coyote’ Released
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  • The Register
    10, 2017, 18:20 GMT

  • Tired of despairing of Trump and Brexit? Why not despair about YouTube stars instead?
  • FCC backtracks on helping with neutrality fraud investigation
  • SpaceX to try reusing both rocket and spacecraft for historic ISS mission
  • Japanese quadcopter makes overworked employees clock out
  • Android flaw lets attack code slip into signed apps
  • Oregon will let engineer refer to himself as an 'engineer'
  • US Section 702 spying rules get deadline extension until April
  • Lenovo in expansive mood on ThinkPads 25th birthday
  • Hitchcock cameo steals opening of Oracle v Google Java spat
  • Oracle's Safra Catz joins Mickey Mouse board
  • UK.gov's plans for data processing framework create new risks, says watchdog
  • If you're bored of the WDC-Toshiba flash fab saga, reports suggest it may be over soon
  • EU toys with Pandora's Box if it reopens e-commerce directive
  • AI researcher pulls best Blue Steel in Yves Saint Laurent fragrance ad
  • UK.gov law resources now untrustworthy, according to browsers
  • New Capita system has left British Army recruits unable to register online
  • Cost-hurling IBM seeks more volunteers for employment bonfire
  • Next-gen telco protocol Diameter has last-gen security researchers
  • It's a decade since DevOps became a 'thing' and people still don't know what it means
  • Someone tell Thorpe Lane in Suffolk their internet sucks they're still loading the page
  • Rogue PIs found guilty of illegally snagging personal financial info
  • YouTuber cements head inside microwave oven
  • Shingled out: 14TB helium-filled Toshiba drive floats to market
  • Sloppy coding + huge PSD2 changes = Lots of late nights for banking devs next year
  • Walk with me... through a billion files. Slow down admire the subset
  • UK border at risk of exposure post Brexit, warn MPs
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  • Elon Musk finally admits Tesla is building its own custom AI chips
  • Cisco acquires Cmpute.io to find low-cost cloud deals
  • VMware and Carbon Black: you complete me, no <i>you</i> complete <i>me</i>
  • Dell makes a loss, but the trend lines look promising for profits
  • Would-be startup crew charged with stealing employer's tech
  • Looking through walls, now easier than ever
  • European Commission intervenes in Microsoft Irish data centre spat
  • Security industry needs to be less trusting to get more secure
  • Euro Patent Office ignores ruling and refuses entry to vindicated judge
  • Microsoft emergency update: Malware Engine needs, erm, malware protection
  • Los Angeles police tell drivers not to trust navigation apps as wildfires engulf area
  • Apple gets around to patching all the other High Sierra security holes
  • Don't rely on us to protect the open internet, warns FTC Commissioner
  • Bitcoin price soars amid technical troubles for exchanges
  • Florida Man pockets Uber cash to keep quiet about data breach
  • AI smarts: IBM pushes out 'faster than X86' POWER9 servers
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  • Linux Journal - The Original Magazine of the Linux Community
    10, 2017, 20:23 GMT

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