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Data is the key to unlocking the UK’s AI potential

While data has the potential to boost the UK economy significantly, the links between data and AI are not sufficiently understood. If we are to seize this potential and position the UK as a global AI superpower, as the National AI Strategy aims to do, we must get a grip on data infrastructure in order…

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Kubernetes at 10: Building stateful app storage and data protection

Kubernetes is 10 years’ old. Mid-2024 sees the 10th birthday of the market-leading container orchestration platform. That decade started as containers emerged as a new way to virtualise applications, but storage and data protection functionality was practically non-existent. Now, Kubernetes offers a mature container platform for cloud-native applications, with all that’s required for the storage…

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Patch GitLab vuln without delay, users warned

The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has this week added a vulnerability that was first disclosed in January in the GitLab open source platform to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalogue, prompting a flurry of warnings urging users of the service to apply available patches immediately. Tracked as CVE-2023-7028 and discovered through GitLab’s…

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IR35: HMRC restores Github access to deleted CEST source code, but confirms update data lost

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has confirmed the Github repository housing the source code for its online IR35 employment status checker tool has been restored, after it was deleted “in error” during a platform migration. The government tax collection agency recently completed the process of migrating its Check Employment Status for Tax (CEST) tool to…

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OSS leaders detail commitments to bolster software security

The operators of leading open source software (OSS) package repositories, including the Python Software Foundation and the Rust Foundation, have set out the actions they are taking to help better secure and protect the open source software (OSS) ecosystem, underscored by a series of high-profile OSS flaws in the past few years, most notably Log4Shell.…

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I hope iOS 18 will bring generative AI like ChatGPT to the iPhone search

iOS 18 will deliver Apple’s first generative AI features for iPhone. That’s the expectation, at least, considering what’s available out there. ChatGPT, Microsoft Copilot, and Google Gemini are only getting better, with updates dropping frequently. Apple isn’t ready to announce anything. But Tim Cook did tease recently big AI announcements for later this year. That…

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38TB Microsoft data leak highlights risks of oversharing

Microsoft has learned an important lesson after having to clean up a major data leak resulting from an “overly permissive” shared access signature (SAS) token accidentally disclosed by one of its employees. The incident took place in June 2023, when a Microsoft researcher shared a URL for an Azure Blob store in a public GitHub repository…

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Dunelm’s journey to micro front ends

Software engineering covers all of Dunelm’s business domains. Over the past few years, the retailer has updated its IT infrastructure from running off-the-shelf ecommerce via IBM WebSphere on Rackspace to building everything in-house. “Like many companies, digital transformation starts with the website and goes deeper and wider after that,” says Paul Kerrison, director of engineering…

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GitHub fixes race condition that could have led to ‘repojacking’

GitHub has fixed a race condition vulnerability in its repository creation and user renaming operations that could have enabled threat actors to perform what is known as a repojacking attack. Discovered and disclosed by researchers from Checkmarx, had the flaw been exploited, it could have been used to take control of code repositories and hijack…

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ExtraHop open sources 16 million rows of threat domain data

Cloud-native network detection and response (NDR) specialist ExtraHop hopes to give security researchers and defenders a little extra help when it comes to defending against malware and botnet operations, by making its entire 16 million row domain generated by algorithm (DGA) dataset publicly available on GitHub. So-called DGAs are programs that use algorithmic generation to…

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