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  • Top Twenty Stories

    The Quantum of Firefox: Why is this one unlike any other Firefox?

    Interview The Mozilla Foundation has officially launched a radical rewrite of its browser, a major cross-platform effort to regain relevance in a world that seems to have forgotten Firefox. The much-rewritten browser claims to be twice as fast and uses 30 per cent less memory than Chrome, although this comes at the cost of compatibility, as Scott Gilbertson found here.
    Andrew Orlowski, 15 Nov 2017

    How can airlines stop hackers pwning planes over the air? And don't say 'regular patches'

    At least some commercial aircraft are vulnerable to wireless hacking, a US Department of Homeland Security official has admitted.
    John Leyden, 15 Nov 2017

    Universal basic income is a great idea, which is also why it won't happen

    The idea of a universal basic income (UBI) unites a strange mix of people.
    SA Mathieson, 15 Nov 2017
    Excel for Windows 10

    It's 2017 – and your Windows PC can be forced to run malware-stuffed Excel macros

    Microsoft and Adobe are getting into the holiday spirit this month by gorging users and admins with a glut of security fixes.
    Shaun Nichols, 15 Nov 2017
    Lloyd's Horse logo on building

    Black Horse Down, we repeat... yes, Lloyds Bank, again

    Customers of Lloyds Banking Group banks and TSB have been shut out of their online banking this afternoon.
    Andrew Silver, 15 Nov 2017

    Amazon, Google inject Bluetooth vuln vaccines into Echo, Home AI pals

    Updated Amazon and Google have automatically patched people's Echo and Home AI assistant devices, respectively, to defend against recently discovered Bluetooth-related security vulnerabilities.
    John Leyden, 15 Nov 2017
    A confused man

    Now Oracle stiffs its own sales reps to pocket their overtime, allegedly

    Oracle was sued on Tuesday by a former sales rep for allegedly failing to pay overtime wages, in violation of America's federal Fair Labor Standards Act and Texas state law.
    Thomas Claburn, 15 Nov 2017
    The Internet Archive in San Francisco

    Inside Internet Archive: 10PB+ of storage in a church... oh, and a little fight to preserve truth

    At the Internet Archive's headquarters in San Francisco, California, on Wednesday, technologists, educators, archivists, and others fact-oriented folks gathered to discuss how they and the like-minded can save news from the memory hole – a conceit conjured by George Orwell to describe a political mechanism for altering the truth.
    Thomas Claburn, 16 Nov 2017

    Ads watchdog tells Plusnet: There's no way unlimited business broadband costs £4.50

    Two Plusnet adverts selling business broadband have been ruled "misleading" by the UK Advertising Standards Agency.
    Richard Priday, 15 Nov 2017
    A piggy bank in a pile of pound coins

    Does UK high street banks' crappy crypto actually matter?

    The Register's recent story about the failure of most UK high street banks to follow web security best practices has provoked a lively debate among security experts.
    John Leyden, 16 Nov 2017
    lab rat

    Uncle Sam to strap body sensors to hackers in nuke lab security study

    Exclusive The US Department of Defense is funding research into how hackers hack, with an interesting twist. It wants to wire them up with body monitoring equipment to measure how they react while hunting down and exploiting security flaws.
    Iain Thomson, 15 Nov 2017

    TalkTalk sees red after chucking £75m on restructuring bonfire

    Beleaguered Brit ISP TalkTalk's half-year results have plunged into the red, reporting pre-tax losses of £75m due to major restructuring costs.
    Kat Hall, 15 Nov 2017

    The four problems with the US government's latest rulebook on security bug disclosures

    Analysis The United States government has published its new policy for publicly disclosing vulnerabilities and security holes.
    Kieren McCarthy, 15 Nov 2017

    How about that time Russian military used a video game pic as proof of US aiding ISIS?

    Earlier this week, the official Facebook and Twitter accounts of the Russian Ministry of Defense said it had "irrefutable evidence" the US was aiding ISIS in Syria – and revealed four grainy photos apparently backing up its claims.
    Iain Thomson, 16 Nov 2017
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    US govt's 'foreign' spy program that can snoop on Americans at home. Sure, let's reauth that...

    Analysis The reauthorization of a controversial US government spying program has made further progress with the Senate's intelligence committee putting forward its recommendations to the whole Senate.
    Kieren McCarthy, 15 Nov 2017

    Yes, I took Putin's roubles to undermine Western democracy. This is my story

    ?Bong! Every man must make a reckoning, and now I must make mine. ????? (which means 'Garland of Flowers' in Thai), please note the following.
    Steve Bong, 16 Nov 2017

    DJI bug bounty NDA is 'not signable', say irate infosec researchers

    Chinese drone maker DJI faces questions from infosec researchers about its bug bounty programme. Sources have told The Register that a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) they were invited to sign would result in the company "owning their actions".
    Gareth Corfield, 16 Nov 2017
    Illustration of truck

    Coming live to a warzone near you: Army Truck Driver for Xbox!

    As recently retired senior officers told UK Parliament that the armed forces are at risk of "institutional failure", the Ministry of Defence told the world's press that soldiers are playing with Xbox controllers.
    Gareth Corfield, 15 Nov 2017

    Pastry in a manger: We're soz, Greggs man said

    Budget Brit pastry purveyor Greggs has been forced to apologise after substituting a sausage roll for Baby Jesus in its limited-edition advent calendar.
    Kat Hall, 15 Nov 2017

    Intel drags Xeon Phi Knights Hill chips out back... two shots heard

    Updated Intel has scrapped Knights Hill, an upcoming addition to its high-end many-core Xeon Phi chip family, and will go back to the drawing board for its microarchitecture.

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