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Wisconsin lawmakers vote to pay Foxconn $3 billion to get new...

State taxpayers could end up paying Foxconn $500,000 per job, or more.

Agents of Mayhem review: G.I. Joe meets Grand Theft Auto

Saturday morning cartoon style struggles against a fatiguing open-world.

Android O is O-fficially launching August 21

Google teases an eclipse-themed Android O launch event in just a few days!

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So long and thanks for all the phish: Red teams need...

Pen-testers face new challenges as defences evolve BSides  The opening talk at BSides Manchester on Thursday examined how red team tactics are evolving beyond phishing to include a wider variety of methods.…

Q: How many drones are we bombing ISIS with? A: That’s...

But the MoD will happily tell you how many manned jets we're using to do that exact thing The Information Tribunal has rejected an appeal by campaigners trying to find out how many British Reaper drones are being used for warlike missions in the Middle East.…

Windows 10 security: After Kaspersky fight, Microsoft talks up its case...

Windows 7 machines mostly unprotected because they're not running any antivirus, says Microsoft.

IDG Contributor Network: Orchestration tools enable companies to fully exploit Linux...

Companies that need to deliver applications quickly and efficiently — and today, what company doesnrsquo;t need to do this?— are turning to Linux containers. What they are also finding is that once they get past the “letrsquo;s see how these container things workrdquo; stage, they are going to end up with a lot of containers running in a lot of different places.Linux container technology is not new, but it has increased in popularity due to factors including the innovative packaging format (now Open Container Initiative (OCI) format) originally invented by Docker, as well as the competitive requirement for continual development and deployment of new applications.
In a May 2016 Forrester study commissioned by Red Hat, 48 percent of respondents said they were already using containers in development, a figure projected to rise to 53 percent this year. Only one-fifth of respondents said that they wouldnrsquo;t leverage containers in development processes in 2017.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

IDG Contributor Network: Orchestration tools fully exploit Linux container technology

Companies that need to deliver applications quickly and efficientlymdash;and today, what company doesnrsquo;t need to do this?— are turning to Linux containers. What they are also finding is that once they get past the “letrsquo;s see how these container things workrdquo; stage, they are going to end up with a lot of containers running in a lot of different places.Linux container technology is not new, but it has increased in popularity due to factors including the innovative packaging format (now Open Container Initiative (OCI) format) originally invented by Docker, as well as the competitive requirement for continual development and deployment of new applications.
In a May 2016 Forrester study commissioned by Red Hat, 48 percent of respondents said they were already using containers in development, a figure projected to rise to 53 percent this year. Only one-fifth of respondents said that they wouldnrsquo;t leverage containers in development processes in 2017.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Russian hacking campaign targets G20 attendees with booby-trapped invites

Turla APT group is sending out invites to a real G20 event in Hamburg, targeting politicians, policy makers and other experts for the purposes of espionage.

What weighs 800kg and runs Windows XP? How to buy an...

Security researchers pick up angle grinder, drop £2k-plus in B-sides chat B-sides  Weighing in at 800kg secondhand, freestanding ATMs - a “safe with a computer on toprdquo; - are a logistical nightmare to own and research, security boffin Leigh-Anne Galloway warned delegates at the BSides Manchester infosec conference yesterday.…

iOS 11 ‘cop button’: Shortcut disables your iPhone’s Touch ID and...

Apple is offering a fast option to disable Touch ID in the next version of iOS.