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A lot of it was from IPs on the PBL, so they flagged themselves for analysis as Spam.
Some of the IPs were in a similar Dridex run last week as well.
I saw 4000 of these (hit our spam manager) , all from different compromised servers and workstations.
Thats not very fair though...
Virgins DNS servers are notoriously sh*t and borked often, if I cant bypass to google where is my workaround. Grrrrr
That last paragraph is a classic.. roll on Friday
I have a nexus 4 on three and thats the issue, my wife has one on virgin and its fine where mine dies, no 2g signal on Three. Love the phone though.
I love the specs on the Note 3 but you will probably be able to buy 2 Nexus 5s for the price for 1 Note 3.
Double the internal capacity from 16GB to 32GB, RAM is the same 2GB you already get with the Nexus 4.
Re: The sad thing is..
The Nexus 4 has a notification light..
Great start to Friday..
fairy tale pricing (for the publishers)
"Apple merely promised publishers it would not sell at a loss. Publishers maintained their wholesale agreements with Amazon. Retail prices briefly flickered from just over $8 to just under $10, and were more widely dispersed after Apple's unsuccessful entry. "
This is a joke right? on what planet do ebook costs remotely approach what amazon charge never mind apples fantasy. Don't forget most of the costs would have to be borne by the dead tree release anyway.
but what about Androidlost.com?
Android lost has been running for years providing just this functionality through the Google play store.
Remote lock /wipe/messaging/redirect/ alarm/text to speech/mapping/screen messages and loads more, all for free.
Does everyone with android not already use this?
Re: No, No,Thrice No
To be fair the IT security section will just be implementing best practice, industry standards and the minimum levels neccessary to meet legislative requirements for PSN connections, PCI and the recommendations of the mandatory penetration tests.
They will not have much of a choice, only being able to advise what needs doing to meet a 3rd party requirement, the technical architects will often then be the ones coming up with the solution that everyone in IT hates to meet this.
Re: Sublimed? That was the theme of the Hydrogen Sonata
George R.R. Martin has already figured this out with ....
No I won't spoil it, just read the books.
Full Metal Jacket?
Not really when its only the surround that's metal and rest is polycarbonate... and only 1GB of RAM what were they thinking?
Re: And this from the hypocrites at the ASA who don't know what "unlimited" means
Well of course that would be nice.... rather than just getting rid of the quango because you don't believe in regulation like Cameron and not replacing it with anything because this cuts red tape that affects British Business competitive edge (or some such similar bullshit)
Re: And this from the hypocrites at the ASA who don't know what "unlimited" means
Great idea, things will be so much better without it.
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Re: Argos catalogue is a great example of something that should be archived
I order stuff from Argos pretty regularly, I do tend to read the reviews first on the website though and if its good leave feedback. What website are you talking about?
Kids these days...
When I was small child we limited ourselves to red smoke bombs ( joke shop ones) in the air intakes for the local swimming pool and inventive things to do with British Rail emergency track signals ( you will only hold onto them while trying to lever the lead strap off once)
Re: ah, schoolday 'pranks'
ahh ccf pranks like making a small ditch full of meths around someones tent and lighting it
Re: ah, schoolday 'pranks'
Dont forget filling the science class tap nozzles with tissue paper then putting them on full over a sink with a wooden lid and a hole, under the hole in sink would be a petri dish with a bit of reactive metal like sodium.
wooden sink lid goes a few feet at least but there was no-one there..
yeah we support corporate ipads and yet wierdly there is no work app use by our coporaste users just time shifted TV and kids games. twats
Re: I think that's why NEXUS have no sd card slot
You did get the ability for the P,C but the phone also uses this ability so that will be another license fee to MS
Re: It's whether the degree is *hard* or *soft*
I shall respond no further to your blatant trolling.
Most of the size there is in the monitoring equipment for which there is no need. These days the Norks or anyone else could easily enough get something down to the size of a standard shipping container. Assuming they had no need of additional shielding to prevent it being found i.e was going to be lit off before the container was processed in US dockyards
who came up with this idea?
The disposable battlefield low orbit constellation of satellites has been a mainstay of Dale Brown books for many years (Bargain bin at the pound shop or supermarket for details) http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dale-Brown/e/B000APTUTC
This man is obviously a spy...
Where are the "Tin Man" suits is what I want to know?
Re: not just the old..
Yes they were both blonde, how did you know?
not just the old..
I once went on a course just outside London, 2 young women (early 20's) who had driven down together from Liverpool didnt arrive until the next morning. When we asked why they admitted they had got to the M6 and turned left (North) instead of right (South)and ended up in scotland before they realised, they then had to retrace and get to the course adding an extra 300 miles to their journey.
Blue screens of Fail.
Thats great but 310.90 also kills my PC, Poor little Geforce 8300GS.
My guess is that they will use it in branch for those sit downs the mortgage advisor has with the customer. They won't be replacing a users primary PC as such just an addendum to make the customer more comfortable and engaged with the seller.
Cheap at the price in that case.
8 a day...
So that 353 councils x 8 RIPA uses = 2824 total RIPA use by councils per year
Get rid of Crazy southern nutter council and you can drop off to 352 councils and only 2509
So 99.99 of councils have averaged 7.4 RIPA uses per year, and when you consider all the uses trading standards will have to log under this... firework sales monitoring, booze, fags, pets, meat trading... its a tiny amount.
Any amateur or pro photographers who feel they will be affected by this don't forget to find your local MP then follow them with an appropriate lense from a public area.
Feel free to then distribute without charge the resultant photos to the press and internet.
inevitable spiral into filth by building in "abuse prevention" filters.
So every user will get a current photo of Margaret Thatcher to stick up next to the computer??
to be fair to Virgin Media...
they have blocked TPB in a really half assed manner that makes it a doddle to circumvent, they have gone just as far as legally required and no more.
Of course why would you even need 100MB broadband if not for TPB and its Ilk, VM are just protecting their bottom line while trying to seem to be doing all they can to the court.
they make what????
..in olden days when we were a newer company someone in admin/hr sent round the excel sheet with everyones grades and wages on... to everyone.
10 minutes later they asked everyone to delete the email without reading the attachment and we all did.. honest guvnor!
REG news fail
"Searches for his name, 'Bo Xilai', and the name of his son 'Zhou Yongkang' pulled up the following error message:"
thats wierd the way I read it the guy who thought about investigating BO senior thought it might not be healthy and ran to the US embassy. BO senior being a majopr Maoist throwback (and that guys sponsor) you got the tech bit right but totally FAILED on the news.
what you need...
spiderwick chronicles.... lemony snickets... labyrinth that type of thing (anything without Harry Fn Potter really) are perfect for 6 year olds, and who knew goblins explode when you hit them with tomato sauce.
Its getting a bit old........
We need more IT crime and less killing, we all know in most cases they would just have fitted them up as terrorists or anti US hackers and watched them being rendited anyway.
There is too much death now for a UK based story
Its the Friends of the IDF that are the charity that you donate to (or have your card scalped to)
FIDF initiates and helps support educational, social, cultural, and recreational programs & facilities for the young men and women soldiers of Israel who defend the Jewish homeland.
They send them nice gift vouchers and Barbara Streisand
I also thought I would see if it was as bad as people say.... it was worse.
Avoid at all costs.
You can chuck on 2.3 on the basic desire but with the reduced space left you'll not be able to get up to much so doesnt seem much point..
Just think how great phones will be when you finally finish your contract
Priced up x4 2tB samsung f4s this morning for a NAS box at £295 just rechecked and now its £384..
Thats another project on hold till next summer
Won't your gran be annoyed when you wake her up at 2am to get her on the net?
breaking the law??
Doesnt Call of Duty have a PEGI rating of 18?
I seem to remember seeing this on the COD BO box:
BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18
did the kids mum get prosecuted? were social services called? was he banned from xbox live?
think of the children please......
...how bootable recovery and diagnostic software environments will run in this case?
Gave up on Game years ago......
They never have a good selection of PC games and won't do second hand ones (although other retailers do) I'm very happy with Steam as a PC gamer.
Can you tell what it is yet?............
Can we have a link to Dell secureworks information on this ... or at least some more in depth info on what the errors would be and where they would show.
What is this the BBC?
Gingerbread.... ohhmm nomm nomm nomm.
Although Cake may do.
Down with apples and all other fruit based devices (Blackberry you know I mean you)
give me steam/games and adobe and im sold..
Give me steam/games and adobe CS and im sold on linux desktop, people don't just use computers to browse the intertubes and fondle their mp3's no matter what the Ipad would like you to believe.
How hard can it really be .... and no I don't want to bugger around with VM's or dual boot or Wine as that defeats the whole purpose.
Without being able to get some real photo/web work done in those premier apps and blow off some steam on my favourite games in the same OS why would I bother with linux. Im still running some old win98 compatible games under win7 64 bit but I cant run pretty much every new game of the last 3 years on linux.
Get the apps compatible or its always going to be a FAIL for the home user, and if it fails at home then there will always be more resistance at work.