The Received-From: SMTP header might show the public IP adddress of the NAT that the infected machine is connected to.
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So they are now charging a "tax" not a "levy" on storage devices. Apart from who collects it and gives it to Finnish equivalent of the BPI/MIAA/RIAA, is there any real change?
Dynamic up/down ratio?
Does G.fast allow the modem and DSLAM to change the up/down ratio? I.e. most of the time a home user will have 90% down, but if they start uploading a huge file the modem will notice that it its window is increasing, and then ask the DSLAM to swap to 10% down, 90% up?
How do you lift your cable if other, later, cables have been laid on top of yours? Will they slide out from underneath them?
Re: Does anyone really care
"Anonymous cash also does not attract transaction fees which the Banks thrive on, which is another reason why we must preserve it."
In the UK personal banking is (mainly) free. Companies, however, are charged when they deposit £10/£20 notes, and also when they withdraw £5 and coins. This is why shops offer cash-back on debit-card withdrawals - there is a fixed fee for each card transaction, so cashback costs the shop nothing, and it saves them on the percentage fee on depositing cash at day's end.
In most other countries, there are transaction charges for personal banking.
Re: Faced to detonate?
Kilometer is the 'Merkin spelling. Although why the ESA are using en-US is a different matter.
Wasn't it click at stupid o'clock about 1 week ago?
Why wasn't he wearing a facemask, as he clearly expected it to squirt everywhere?
10GBASE-CX4 is limited to 15metres, most places that would uses multi-gigabit WiFi (airport terminals etc), will have more than 15metres between the AP and their upstream connection.
The point of the new standard is so that the old cabling won't have to be replaced with new for > 1Gbit/sec wired.
However, biting the bullet and putting in the best fibre-optic links might be more sensible, if any APs can talk directly to fibre ethernet.
Turn of wifi
You can turn off WiFi on JellyBean and KitKat on the slide-down menu.
Web server log
Does that that webservers physically located in the EU must not log the requestor's IP address and the requested URL, as that is personally identifying information?
Except where the website is under going ACTIVE debugging, and the log is needed for that.
Best Version of Windows
Hasn't every version of MS-Windows been announced as "the best, most secure version yet"?
Some combination locks make a distinct Click when you go past the correct number, this is why some safe crackers use stethoscopes to listen for them.
Does this device use them to speed up the process?
Remote IMEI check
How do you check the IMEI of a phone that's being flogged on fleaBay* ? You're chances of successfully getting your money back if it is dodgy is 1:infinity.
* Other online-bazaars for hawking tat are available.
IIRC, Tom's Virtual TWM had multiple desktops since 1994 or so.
Can't the French Ariane rockets get high enough to launch Galileo?
Given that the demand for schools isn't predicted, when they have 5 or 12 years warning, that doesn't surprise me.
Fee is about correct
Assuming that the DVLA cost reduction is realised, and the South Wales police cost is typical, then (100-32)% of £68 is £46.24. Close enough to £50 to not justify reducing the fee.
Re: HP Cables Here In The UK Have A Fault To
BS-1363 is the standard for UK 13Amp mains plugs & sockets, so if a company puts them on its power cables model numbers, then it should be the same for all the UK ones.
what is their current orbit?
How low are they? Can they be used in their current orbits? If not, is there enough fuel onboard to boost them to a useful orbit?
move to a LLU provider
Do C&W (I think that's now Voda) home LLU? According to SamKnowes, only C&W (and another who I've got contact details for) provide LLU at my exchange.
No more turning over a USB thing, then turning it over again to plug it in: Reversible socket ready for lift off
Re: Size Part 2...
The USB trident should be on the top-side of the connector, and USB ports should have the top-side upwards, when the device is lying naturally. However, not all devices and cables follow this standard, and if the USB port is sideways, it's not clear which way is top.
System for the
Action for the
The Advanced Recognisance and Avoidance Pattern for Trees - aka Tara P-T (Palmer-Tomkinson)
Why is an app needed?
With an integrated billing system,
all the QR code needs is http://tgi.com/payment/<restaurant- nmber>/<bill-or-table-number>
and it will take you directly to a payment site, with the correct amount, and inform the restaurant that you've just paid. A smart site will allow you to under-pay the bill, aslong as someone else pays the rest of it, thus allowing splitting.
Automatic Google Image Search?
Did Google use a hash of the image, which is easily changed by small changes to the photo, or do they run all photos in GoogleMail through Google Image Search, and alert their kiddyporn team to possible illegal photos?
Re: Writing to keyboards
The keyboard doesn't send the ASCII code for the key that was pressed; it only sends the keycode.
It is upto the OS to decide what to make of the keycode, if it is CTRL or CAPSLOCK; 'Q' or 'A' (UK/FR keyboard), etc. The OS can tell the keyboard to switch on or off its LEDS, but that's about it.
cost no more than outstanding contract
£625? That's £52pm. If if the customer cancels a contract, they should be charged no more than the total outstanding amount, when there is no fault on the suppliers part. Even for a quadplay service £52pm seems expensive.
Re: Missing Sub Editor Found Wandering Quite Large Sandy Desert ...
Will you accept Limericks in Latin?
Re: Still no decent encryption in BitTorrent though
The .torrent you downloaded has a hash of the whole file, and a hash of each blob the file has been split into. If the blob hash doesn't match, then the peer is untrustworthy and should be rejected.
Re: Comment comment comment
Google.cn doesn't know what happened in the Square at the Gate of Heavenly Peace, 25 years ago (was it really that long ago?)
FB page is back
Permission changing apps
Apps such as Advanced Permission Manager let you remove permissions from other applications.
The is already a long-term implantable contraceptive pill; IIRC it has small hole at one end so that the drug slowly leaks out, and into the woman's bloodstream. If it is removed early, fertility generally returns within a few months.
Given this, it could be possible to put a small ball-valve (Silence at the back!) at the end of it, with a NFC powered link to turn the valve turn the contraception on and off; it would remain in its last state when not powered. If the remove can query the state of the valve, then it will reassure both partners about the state of the device. However, the woman, could, if she doesn't want to get pregnant, but her partner does, turn the device back on after sex.
storage shelf life?
Out of interest, what is the storage life-span of recorded data?
The magnetic domains must be tiny, can they spontaneously demagnetise?
Is the game running on the STB, or on a server-farm and streamed to the STB?
If the latter, then how are they keeping the lag down to acceptable limits (sub 10ms)
There are several Android apps that limit the permissions of other apps; they are useful in cases like this.
Ribbons, we don't need no stickin ribbons
Why the blazes is everyone moving to ribbon menus?
Re: What to do with leftovers?
I take it you don't extremely slum it at Whittards of Chelsea?
Re: Is it foraging still if......
Dandelions (when young) and clover are good on salads…
Can the anti-vrius (and Windows updates) be persuaded to go via a caching proxy? Would save on bandwidth, and I'd hope there's a HTTP proxy for when different customers read the same news reports, etc.
Re: No screwdriver?
I can see you not wanting a screwdriver in your hand-luggage, but didn't you have some hold luggage as well?
Re: Then again....
Isn't Voda owned by C&W? Would make it interesting if C&W own BT.
Re: Quick get the oxycetelyne torches
Hermes and Hopper have been cancelled; Hermes was developed at the same time as Ariane5, so the latter is human-rated. The current developmental human-rated module for Ariane5 is IXV, but I'm not sure what state it is in.
Re: Political Posturing
Crimea was part of Russia until 1954 when Khrushchev donated it to Ukraine.
It is now populated mainly by descendants of Russian citizens, the native Tartars were sent to the Gulags for supporting Hitler over Stalin.
Re: Political Posturing
Do you really think that Britain, Russia, or the US left Afghanistan in a better state than they found it?
All three countries found to their cost (Britain did twice!), that Afghanistan can not be controlled by force.
Re: Prior Art
The idea is not exactly "non-obvious to those well versed in the art", or whatever the test is.
Re: Invented Skynet?
A military skynet already exists - it's the name of the UK MOD satcom system…