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So now three out of four of our PCs are suddenly obsolete in the Windows world. But what about the fourth? That's a different story. Hydra hasn't had a bios update in years, but it still took Windows 10 without a problem – even without a Windows 10-specific version of the bios.Admittedly, all of these systems are fairly old, so I wouldn't necessarily expect the manufacturers to spend time/money to build new bios versions for these boards.But Microsoft could fix these problems by putting more backward compatibility into the Windows 10 code base. They did it with other versions of the venerable OS – why not now? From using Windows 10 on Hydra, it seems more of an evolution of Windows 7 than something completely new and different.Sure, there could be different, non-Windows 7-like things happening under the hood that I don't see, but that stuff can be translated via software routines in order to make it run on older hardware.I predict that legions of users are facing the same problems as I saw today, and that they won't be happy to see their free upgrade hopes dashed.

Analysis Intel's non-volatile memory product revenues are diving as it converts to 3D NAND and waits for XPoint to deliver the goods.Intel’s second quarter 2016 flash revenues of $554m were down 20 per cent year-on-year and one per cent sequentially.Analyst haus Stifel Nicolaus' MD, Aaron Rakers, charted Intel’s quarterly flash product revenues and we can immediately see a four quarter decline.The company talks about a challenging price environment and we would point out it, and flash foundry partner Micron, are late into 3D NAND, which is being popularised by Samsung, with its 48-layer technology.This means, in general, that Samsung can supply flash capacity more cheaply than Intel/Micron as its flash wafers have three bits per cell whereas Intel/Micron’s have two bits per cell.

The client computing 850 EVO SSD from Samsung now has up to 4TB of capacity using 48-layer 3D TLC NAND for the 4TB model. Its the first 4TB PC/laptop SSD. Lenovo is now also shipping its own Atsani* M.2 NVMe SSDs. Both these data points indicates how flash drive supply is broadening and competition intensifying.Intel is also facing the winding down of an SSD supply contract to WDC’s HGST unit which sold Intel-based SSDs. As WDC has bought SanDisk and has acquired its foundry partnership with and output from Toshiba NAND fabs then it will change the Intel/Micron flash componentry to SanDisk/Toshiba NAND and save itself cost.Chipzilla is converting its Dalian fab in China to build 3D NAND and initial wafer production has started. Rakers writes that “Intel/Micron expects it will have cost effective pricing on 3D-NAND in 2HC2016” but whether this translates into increased non-volatile product revenues for Intel depends upon market dynamics. In general, in the flash product market you have to run to stand still, and Intel has fallen behind – so it has to catch up before it can run ahead of the pack.

Intel is looking to bulk up its non-volatile product revenues with the coming Optane 3D XPoint drives. Intel might launch Optane either at the Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, Aug 89-11, or the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Aug 16-18. Optane SSDs should start sampling before the end of the year.But Optane revenues will start in 2017. So we could see continued declines in Intel flash revenues in the third and even fourth 2016 calendar quarters. * See Atsani drives lusted on the recent NVMe plugfest which also listed Intel’s Optane 3D XPoint SSDs.World exclusive Dell's ingenious strategy for financing its audacious $67bn acquisition of EMC is a secret no more.Now a crack Reg investigative team can reveal that the Round Rock computing giant has an ambitious plan in place to raise the cash necessary for the deal – and it involves kicking out a line of portable PCs that are so powerful they shatter conventional price structure. Behold, the $650,000 Precision 7700-series laptop, available from dell.com.Throw out your MacBooks and take a second mortgage, because the game just changed (click to enlarge) These revolutionary notebooks, touted as the world's most powerful, will almost certainly turn the IT market on its head. Given the price, the only logical explanation we can find is that Dell has advanced the field of computing by such amazing leaps and bounds that all other electronics will now be obsolete.

The $652,000 superbooks – on sale, down from a million dollars – will sport a state-of-the-art Windows 7 operating systems, the software that Microsoft doesn't want you to have. It is also packed with a Core i5 processor from Intel, and a full 500GB of storage space.For those who may not be able to splash out the $650k up front, Dell is offering a generous financing program with payments as low as $19,565 per month, well within the spending range of even the most junior of Oracle VPs.While the cost of the systems may seem steep, Dell doesn't need them to sell far and wide. Just 102,631 units sold would scare up the necessary money for the EMC buyout. Sure, Dell's PC business is going through a rough patch, but cracking the 100,000 mark should still be doable.So only about three months of rent of a one bedroom apartment in San Francisco When confronted with El Reg's findings, Dell predictably went silent, as if it were treating today's startling revelation as a mere website programming error. More on this breaking story as it develops. After we contacted Dell, the US tech titan tore down the pages for its Precision 17 laptops (normal RRP: $1500). Good thing we took screenshots, huh?Seagate has added three new 10TB helium drives, simultaneously re-branding its desktop/laptop disk and SSHDs, NAS and surveillance drive products in a complicated scheme involving disparate drive technologies.

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This one covers a vast range of possible system issues, and in the OWASP context it's not actually restricted to configuration in its literal sense because the category also includes problems with out-of-date software (which may have security bugs that are fixed in later releases). The three genuinely configuration-related issues I've seen most over the years are:Leaving diagnostic messages enabled on the server. For instance in an out-of-the box PHP installation you can generally point the browser at http://www.mysite.com/phpinfo.php – which dishes up all the gory information about your server, OS version, database version, PHP version … everything an intruder needs in order to look up your vulnerabilities via Google. Excessive permissions on back-end systems – usually databases. As with the SQL injection example earlier, the connection from your Web server into the back-end system must have the minimum possible privilege so if someone manages to execute (say) a SQL injection that deletes data it's rejected due to a lack of permissions. FireEye has admitted that a snafu involving its email filtering technology meant harmless messages were shuffled off to quarantine for no good reason.

The glitch persisted for around two hours during during Monday morning before the problem was resolved, as a statement by the security vendor supplied to El Reg explains.At approximately 10am BST Monday 1 August, FireEye became aware of an issue with a newly released version of the Security Content in its Email Security products that caused certain non-malicious emails to be temporarily quarantined. A new version of Security Content was released in under two hours, limiting impact and resolving the issue for customers automatically.FireEye deploys rapid updates to Security Content in order to quickly mitigate emerging campaigns, and we will continue to improve our testing and review prior to release.El Reg heard of the “computer says no” issue from a reader – who asked to remain anonymous – and complained that FireEye “crippled email globally for all their customers running email protection”, a comment that doubtless stemmed from understandable personal frustration.

Black Hat video Car hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek have again hacked a 2014 Jeep Cherokee, this time by physically linking a laptop to commandeer its steering and kill the brakes.The duo have captured the hack to be presented at Black Hat Las Vegas this week in video proof-of-concept demonstrations.The compromise requires attackers to be physically present in order to compromise the car.However Miller confirmed this writer's suggestion that the attacks could be carried out using a concealed device which either contains automated and timed commands, or with remote attacks over a wireless link.Such a feat which Miller says were "most definitely" possible could be considered a vector for targeted, albeit over-engineered, assassination.The localised attack is similar to other CAN bus attacks in which researchers have popped locks, compromised steering, and brakes.There are legitimate uses for tapping CAN buses that have spawned companies which manufacture products that tap into the ports in order to display detailed fuel consumption and engine data to drivers, for example.

In one of the proof-of-concept videos Miller sits in the back of the Jeep with a lead connecting his laptop to the CAN bus above the dashboard. Valasek cruises at low speed through a cornfield road until Miller causes the steering wheel of the Jeep to lock 90 degrees to the right sending it off road.The attack affects the same Jeep which was patched after the duo remotely hacked it last year killing the engine during a live demonstration on US highway I-64. The pair attacked the Jeep's electronic control units disabling one by sending it into a maintenance mode and using another to send spoofed commands.Cruise control speed can also be set but drivers can quickly regain control by tapping brakes. The pair say they've penned a paper, to be revealed at Black Hat, in which they recommend vehicle manufacturers should better lock down CAN buses. To help auto-makers along, the pair have built an intrusion detection system that can detect their attacks. Black Hat Neil Wyler and Bart Stump are responsible for managing what is probably the world’s most-attacked wireless network.The two friends, veterans among a team of two dozen, are at the time of writing knee deep in the task of running the network at Black Hat, the security event where the world reveals the latest security messes.

The event kicks off with three days of training, then unleashes tempered anarchy as the conference proper gets under way.Wyler, better known as Grifter (@grifter801), heads the NoC – the network operations centre – at Black Hat, an event he has loved since he was 12 years old. “I literally grew up among the community,” he says.Wyler's day job is working for RSA's incident response team while Stumper is an engineer with Optiv, but their Black Hat and DEF CON experience trumps their professional status. Wyler has worked with Black Hat for 14 years and DEF CON for 17 years, while Stump has chalked up nine years with both hacker meets.Together with an army of capable network engineers and hackers, they have operated two of the few hacker conference networks that delegates and journalists are advised to avoid.Rightly so; over the next week the world’s talented hacker contingent will flood Las Vegas for Black Hat and DEF CON, the biggest infosec party week of the year. The diverse talents – and ethics – of the attending masses render everything from nearby ATMs to medical implants potentially hostile and not-to-be-trusted.

Some 23 network and security types operate the Black Hat NoC and are responsible for policing that particular conference's network, which they helped create. Come August each member loosens the strict defensive mindset they uphold in their day jobs as system administrators and security defenders to let the partying hackers launch all but the nastiest attacks over their network.“We will sit back and monitor attacks as they happen," Wyler tells The Register from his home in the US. "It's not your average security job."The crew operates with the conference din as a background, sometimes to cheers as speakers pull off showy hacks or offer impressive technical demos in rotating shifts. In the Black Hat NoC, some laugh, some sleep, and all work in a darkness broken by the glow of LEDs and computer screens. Their score is a backdrop of crunching cheese Nachos, old hacker movies, and electronic music."Picture it in the movies, and that's what it's like," Stump says, commiserating with your Australia-based scribe's Vegas absence. "It'll be quite a sight, you'll be missing something."

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