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Heathrow's air traffic radio set for shiny digital upgrade from Northrop

The Register - 1 hour 35 min ago
With built-in web servers. Yup, you read that right

Heathrow Airport is to get new air traffic control radio systems with a surprising amount of internet connectivity baked into them.…

'No evidence' UK.gov has done much to break up IT outsourcing

The Register - 2 hours 7 min ago
Carillion scandal part of a long tradition of big supplier addiction

The scandal around Carillion has put the UK government's addiction to outsourcing in the spotlight. Yet it is a practice that has been going on for many decades - not least in public sector IT.…

Wanna motivate staff to be more secure? Don’t bother bribing ‘em

The Register - 2 hours 27 min ago
Also, don't get the BOFH to publicly smack them with a LART

Usenix Enigma It's frustrating getting users to keep information and systems secure on a daily basis. However, don't try any smart gimmicks – particularly offering wedges of cash or other prizes for good behavior.…

VMware’s NSX world domination plan advances with not-just-point release

The Register - 2 hours 46 min ago
Version 6.4 brings the NSX GUI to the vSphere client

VMware’s made no secret of its ambitions for its NSX network virtualization product, which it thinks has the potential to be bigger than server virtualization as organisations start to spread resources out across multiple clouds and on-premises bit barn.…

Another round of click-fraud extensions pulled from Chrome Store

The Register - 3 hours 6 min ago
More than 500,000 users stung

A security researcher has claimed that half a million Chrome users have been hit by four malicious browser extensions pushing click and SEO fraud.…

OnePlus disables credit card payment after fraud reports - CNET

cNET.com - News - 3 hours 29 min ago
Customers reported suspicious activity on their credit cards after making purchases on OnePlus' website.

Bitcoin: South Korea sways cryptocurrency prices - but how?

BBC Technology News - 3 hours 51 min ago
The Asian nation has been a big adopter of virtual currency, so developments there have a global impact.

Google's 'QUIC' TCP alternative slow to excite anyone outside Google

The Register - 4 hours 4 min ago
Multiplexing-over-UDP idea has hit the standards track, but is mostly ignored

Google's contribution to Internet standards, the fast-than-TCP thanks to multiplexing QUIC protocol, has yet to extend much beyond the Chocolate Factory, according to a German report into its adoption.…

Samsung gifts 2018 Winter Olympics athletes a special Note 8 - CNET

cNET.com - News - 5 hours 4 min ago
The company only made around 4,000. Sadly, it looks like you have to be a world-class athlete to get one.

Flying on its own, Thunderbird seeks input on new look

The Register - 5 hours 11 min ago
Brings in designers to apply a new coat of UI before world thinks it looks too shabby to run

Now that the open source email client Thunderbird is sleeping in a separate bed from Mozilla, the project has called on outside help for a UI redesign.…

YouTube adds stricter rules for creator ad monetization - CNET

cNET.com - News - 5 hours 57 min ago
Every video in its elite ad program will be scrutinized by human reviewers, while the bar has been raised for joining the program.

Storage Spaces Direct cheapens itself, hardware-wise, adds Optane support

The Register - 6 hours 5 min ago
Good news – assuming software-defined storage is still viable after Meltdown/Spectre

Microsoft’s released a new Windows Server Insider Preview Build – number 17074, to be precise – and the most notable new bits are in the Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) software-defined storage code.…

Google photo-matching art app finds twins for CNET staffers - CNET

cNET.com - News - 6 hours 18 min ago
The latest viral craze matches your photo to works from international museums and galleries. We asked CNET staffers to try it out, and the results aren't always flattering.

Google sinks cash into more submarine cables, plans more data centres

The Register - 7 hours 3 min ago
South America, Europe and Asia get pipes, DCs for Finland, Honkers and Hollywood

Google has made more investments in submarine cables, sinking money into three due to come online in 2019.…

Today in bullsh*t AI PR: Computers learn to read as well as humans (no)

The Register - 8 hours 41 min ago
Nice tech, but shame on Microsoft, Alibaba's spinners

Analysis Researchers from Microsoft and Chinese cyber-souk Alibaba separately claimed this week that their artificially intelligent software is as good as, if not better than, humans at understanding the written word.…

BIND comes apart thanks to ancient denial-of-service vuln

The Register - 9 hours 10 min ago
No active exploits, but crashes are happening in the wild

Back in 2000, a bug crept into the Internet Systems Corporation's BIND server, and it lay unnoticed until now.…

MacBook Air. Apple’s best product ever - CNET

cNET.com - News - 9 hours 37 min ago
The Air is celebrating its 10th anniversary and I'm celebrating the one Apple product that's never let me down.

Google Chrome extensions with 500,000 downloads found to be malicious

Ars Technica - 9 hours 55 min ago

Enlarge (credit: ICEBRG)

Researchers have uncovered four malicious extensions with more than 500,000 combined downloads from the Google Chrome Web Store, a finding that highlights a key weakness in what's widely considered to be the Internet's most secure browser. Google has since removed the extensions.

Researchers from security firm ICEBRG stumbled on the find after detecting a suspicious spike in outbound network traffic coming from a customer workstation. They soon discovered it was generated by a Chrome extension called HTTP Request Header as it used the infected machine to surreptitiously visit advertising-related Web links. The researchers later discovered three other Chrome extensions—Nyoogle, Stickies, and Lite Bookmarks—that did much the same thing. ICEBRG suspects the extensions were part of a click-fraud scam that generated revenue from per-click rewards. But the researchers warned that the malicious add-ons could just as easily have been used to spy on the people or organizations who installed them.

"In this case, the inherent trust of third-party Google extensions, and accepted risk of user control over these extensions, allowed an expansive fraud campaign to succeed," ICEBRG researchers wrote in a report published Friday. "In the hands of a sophisticated threat actor, the same tool and technique could have enabled a beachhead into target networks."

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What do Cali, New York, Hawaii, Maine and 18 other US states have in common? Fighting the FCC on net neutrality

The Register - 10 hours 12 min ago
Attorneys General go to court to rescue internet protections

Twenty-two US State Attorneys General filed a lawsuit on Tuesday to undo the Federal Communications Commission's rejection of net neutrality in America.…

Origin PC invites you to gear up and see its etchings - CNET

cNET.com - News - 10 hours 21 min ago
At CES 2018, the custom system builder showed off new ways to jazz up its systems as well as updates to the hardware.

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