Legacy Cobol code an increasing problem in computer security, claims research

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Legacy Cobol code an increasing problem in computer security, claims research A study of US federal government security breaches has pointed the finger of blame – at least in part – on Cobol code still running on a plethora of legacy systems. The study purports to refute the… Source link

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ARM unveils DynamIQ microarchitecture, its 'biggest architectural shift' since 2011'

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ARM unveils DynamIQ microarchitecture, its ‘biggest architectural shift’ since 2011′ ARM has revealed its new DynamIQ microarchitecture that, it claims, will support a wide range of devices across automotive, networking and the personal computing sectors.  The company claims that DynamIQ will serve as the foundation for all future Cortex-A processors and will be the “biggest architectural shift […]

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Openreach trains apprentice engineers in virtual reality

Openreach inductees get to experience an immersive simulation of life as an engineer, taking them up telephone poles and into underground chambers Source link

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iScrapbook 7 review: Color tools keep Mac design software atop scrap heap

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It’s been almost seven years since Macworld last reviewed iScrapbook, a full-featured Mac digital scrapbooking Mac app that Katherine Murray called “a good investment if you love great design, have an eye for color and texture, and have some good stories to share.” The same is still true today, thanks to the continued efforts of […]

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First Optane SSD with 3D XPoint showed-off by Intel

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First Optane SSD with 3D XPoint showed-off by Intel Intel has unveiled its first data centre SSD using the 3D XPoint technology it first showed off almost two years ago.  The company claims that the 3D XPoint technology in the newly launched Optane DC P4800X SSD, which combines SSD storage with memory, will make it […]

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Mass Effect: Andromeda Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

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I’ll be upfront about this. I’ve only played around 12 hours or so of Mass Effect: Andromeda and I’m not really enjoying myself. In fact, I’m pretty sure I’m not going to finish this game. Let me explain why. Andromeda feels like an older, more outdated game than Mass Effect 3. It’s so far been […]

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Ubiquiti called out for security flaw

When it comes to evaluating networking devices (routers, Access Points, switches), almost everyone focuses on the hardware. Not me. My RouterSecurity.org site is devoted to software. But, there is yet another crucial aspect to evaluating devices – the personality of the company behind it. Specifically, how it reacts to the inevitable software flaws. At the […]

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BenQ HT2050 review – CNET

Like many decisions in life, whether to spend more money for a better picture is a matter of priorities. Most projector buyers can appreciate the difference in image quality between ultracheap units like the $150 iRulu BL20 and the significantly better $350 Epson 640, and most will also notice the improvement afforded by the even-better […]

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Moving forward and looking back

This is the fourth and last in a series of articles charting the progress of participants from HutZero, a new cyber security entrepreneur acceleration programme run by Cyber London (CyLon) and the Centre for Security Information Technologies (CSIT) at Queen’s University Belfast Source link

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Alcatel Pop 4 review: Promises much but fails to deliver

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Cheap Android phones don’t always have to be awful. In fact, phones such as the Alcatel Pixi 4, the Vodafone Smart Prime 7 and the Alcatel Pop 4 I’m reviewing here, prove that you can get by these days with a phone costing a fraction the price of a flagship. Where once upon a time […]

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