UK denies high-tech spying on Trump’s microwave
Published in News


Nonsense


In rare move, Britain’s top spooks slapped down allegations that Barack Obama used GCHQ to spy on Donald Trump during the presidential campaign.

Software engineers hassled by airport security
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Prove you are a coder

Trump-empowered border patrol guards are getting sillier and are now demanding that software engineers demonstrate their powers of coding at the airport.

CloudFlare leaked personal details for months
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Problem fixed


CloudFlare, the popular content delivery network used by more than 5.5 million sites, accidentally leaked customers' sensitive information for months.

Wordpress sites under attack
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More than 1.5 million pages defaced


More than 1.5 million Wordpress sites have been defaced after hackers took advantage of a vulnerability in the REST API, patched in WordPress version 4.7.2.

Android pattern security isn't secure
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Can be cracked in five goes


The Pattern Lock system which is used to provide security on millions of Android phones is a doddle to crack.

Iran’s fear of breasts broke the internet in Hong Kong
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World swept into Iran’s battle with the Bazongas

Iran has a big problem with female breasts and one day decided that people on the internet should not be allowed to view them.

LG to put Wi-Fi in all its products
Published in Wearables


IoT if you want it or not

LG says that all its products will ship with Wi-Fi connectivity from this year.

Arlo shows off upcoming kid monitoring
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Parents can sleep easier at night

Hey baby what are you up to?

Obama orders sanctions against Russian hackers and spies
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Don’t game our elections Putin 

US president Barak Obama has ordered sanctions against Tsar Putin of all the Russias for hacking his country’s elections to help get Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump elected.

PwC tries to silence security research firm
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Security firm should not have had the buggy software

A security research outfit has released details of a "critical" flaw in a security tool made by auditing and tax giant PwC.