A trio of hackers have gained remote code execution powers on servers used by adult entertainment outlet Pornhub, using a complex hack that revealed twin zero day flaws in PHP.
America's National Institute for Standards and Technology has advised abandonment of SMS-based two-factor authentication.
Without much fanfare, the Semiconductor Industry Association earlier this month published a somewhat-bleak assessment of the future of Moore's Law – and at the same time, called “last drinks” on its decades-old International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS).
Japanese company Funai will stop making VHS devices this month, marking the end of the road for the venerable video tape standard.
A bounty-hunter has gone public with a complete howler made by Vine, the six-second-video-loop app Twitter acquired in 2012.
Investors who bid up Nintendo have punished the company for pointing out the Pokémon Go app is not going to create a cash deluge.
The Apache HTTP server and KeePass password manager are to get a free code audit, courtesy of a pilot European Commission project.
RSA Asia Activist pop star Sir Bob Geldof hates Pokemon Go, Facebook and Twitter, has never bought anything online, and uses a Nokia 3100 which he says avoids the need for mobile security.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has released the 2016 edition of its Facts and Figures (PDF) on technology adoption, and among the many data points it contains is an odd concentration of connected “things” in countries with Fjords.
Verizon has launched the next piece of its seven-year strategy to virtualise its enterprise services, announcing a bunch of multi-vendor virtual security, WAN optimisation, and software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) services.
Markets are bracing for a Monday puzzle: why on earth does Verizon think it is worth spending US$5bn on Yahoo!?
Two new ransomware efforts have been destroyed by meddling white hats.
Leaders of many British tech firms were less than thrilled to hear that the UK had voted to leave the European Union. “I was shocked and horrified,” says Kate Craig-Wood, managing director of hosting firm Memset, who we spoke before the June 23 vote. Her comments were echoed by others.
Linus Torvalds has loosed version 4.7 of the Linux kernel on an impatient world.
Microsoft has pulled apart a current malware campaign, and is warning against e-mails with a double-dotted script file attached.
Tomorrow Ofcom will announce its plans for strengthening Openreach’s independence from BT and creating a more competitive broadband market.