Will anyone remember what Yahoo was by 2022?
241 posts • joined 8 Nov 2012
A memo from the distant future... June 2022: The boss decides working from home isn't the new normal after all
US Air Force wants to pit AI-powered drone against its dogfighting hotshots in battle of the skies next year
Had a bad weekend? Probably, if you're a Sectigo customer, after root cert expires and online chaos ensues
"Of particular concern, the university said, are systems and devices that haven't seen security updates since 2015, such as Apple Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) or earlier, Apple iOS 9 or earlier, Google Android 5.0 or earlier, Microsoft Windows Vista & 7 (if the Update Root Certificates Feature has been disabled since before June 2010), Microsoft Windows XP (if an Automatic Root Update has not been received since before June 2010), Mozilla Firefox 35 or earlier, Oracle Java 8u50 or earlier, and embedded devices (e.g. copy machines) that have not installed a firmware update since before mid 2015."
"In a perfect world, all of your libraries would be up-to-date and you wouldn't be using clownish TLS implementations like GnuTLS," wrote Ayer.
The only clowns here are those still using obsolete crap...
If someone could stop hackers pwning medical systems right now, that would be cool, say Red Cross and friends
Nine in ten biz applications harbor out-of-date, unsupported, insecure open-source code, study shows
Proof-of-concept open-source app can cut'n'paste from reality straight into Photoshop using a neural network
Baby, I swear it's déjà vu: TalkTalk customers unable to opt out of ISP's ad-jacking DNS – just like six years ago
Tor Project loses a third of staff in coronavirus cuts: Unlucky 13 out as nonprofit hacks back to core ops
Samsung's Galaxy S7 line has had a good run with four years of security updates – but you'll want to trade yours in now
Want to stay under the radar for a decade or more? This Chinese hacking crew did it... by aiming for Linux servers
It's 2020 and hackers are still hijacking Windows PCs by exploiting font parser security holes. No patch, either
More than a billion hopelessly vulnerable Android gizmos in the wild that no longer receive security updates – research
The real problem here is that obsolete devices report that "You have the latest updates" What's needed is a message which says this phone will no longer receive updates after dd/mm/yyyy and after that date the message should change to "Your phone is no longer supported".
This would also make people think about which model they want to buy when they can see for themselves its eol date.
Samsung gives China wide berth over coronavirus woes, uses sea and air freight to ship smartphone bits to Vietnamese factories
This AI is full of holes: Brit council fixes thousands of road cracks spotted by algorithm using sat snaps
If you never thought you'd hear a Microsoftie tell you to stop using Internet Explorer, lap it up: 'I beg you, let it retire to great bitbucket in the sky'
No Mo'zilla for about 100 techies today: Firefox maker lays off staff as boss talks of 'difficult choices' and funding
Top Euro court advised: Cops, spies yelling 'national security' isn’t enough to force ISPs to hand over massive piles of people's private data
Re: The UK really is a marvellous country
One man's mistake, missing backups and complete reboot: The tale of Europe's Galileo satellites going dark
Be still, our drinking hearts: Help Reg name whisky beast conjured by Swedish distillers and AI blendbot
Enjoy the holiday weekend, America? Well-rested? Good. Supermicro server boards can be remotely hijacked
Look at me. Look at me. I'm the El Capitan now: Cray to build US govt's $600m cray-cray exascale nuke app super
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