Europol shuts largest DDoS outfit
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Europol officials have shut down WebStresser where users could register and launch DDoS attacks after paying for a monthly plan which started from 15 euro.

AMD results show marked improvement
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Shut your mouth Intel and look at my wad!  

AMD has surprised Wall Street and Intel fanboys by reporting better than expected first quarter results.

Drupal  hit by another wave of bugs
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Second time in a month

Developers of popular open source CMS Drupal are warning admins to immediately patch a flaw that an attacker can exploit just by visiting a vulnerable site.

e-recycler jailed for miffing Microsoft
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Saving the planet costs corporate America, so you are going to jail

Microsoft has come out as the bad guy after an e-recycler who was helping to save the planet by recycling electronic waste has been jailed for 15 months mainly for helping people assess licences they had already paid for.

Windows RS 4 might be the April update
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Qualcomm powered machine gets it too

Last week Microsoft launched the 1803 update that indicated that this might be the Redstone 4 spring update.