60 posts • joined Wednesday 10th June 2009 17:45 GMT
Re: A big problem is the giant BCC'ed address book hack
Sometimes it is not even BCC'ed!
I quite often get mails that are just a huge list of "TO" or "CC" addresses...
Re: ReVuln seem like nice people
"start-up ReVuln claims to have discovered"
The clue to their motivations may be found in the phrase "start-up". Great story for PR for a firm no one has heard of and needs some investors.
"Courier" is a rather generous term.
I got my last phone through e2Save... The "courier" turned out to be a nearby pikey housewife, when inevitably the delivery had missed me, I had the delightful experience of going round to her house to pick it up.
I found that my phone had been opened "accidentally" and played with by her rug rats.
Combined with the "stealth direct debit" for insurance e2save tricked me with, I am actually more inclined to go straight to an operator next time, despite my hatred for operator bloatware.
Am I too late for...
The French adore - le piss a floor!
Opportunistic censorship from Lord Mandys Lapdog.
That is all.
"Fortunately no harm was done because the lost stick was safely found and handed in to the police."
I wouldn't consider anything handed in to the police as "safe" what with their reputation these days...
What has being "Psychologically Fit" got to do with being a follower of a religion? I would have thought they were mutually exclusive propositions....
"Are you psychologically fit?"
"But you DO belive in faries?"
we already have one,
And it's being constantly erroded.
Working at the National Centre for Cyberstalking Research is as bad as being Ken Clarke.
"106 adolescent participants, 46 of whom were diagnosed with major depressive disorder... "
Is that a representative sample of all adolescents? Are 43% of all adolescents are suffering major depressive disorders, regardless of musical tastes?
Does IE6 run on a Mac?
If not, theres not going to be many Gov systems accessible on this new hardware...
"a drug-pushing prostitute with a history of assault and battery who lost custody of her own child and capitalized on Love's fame before stealing from..."
Change "Love" to "Cobain" and it becomes her own biography does it not? In my opinion etc.
Can't they use..
.. the stuff they produced in house?
My point is
That some of these activities are essentially breaking the law and by giving it a technical/academic sounding name does not vindicate it, and encouraging people to do it as some sort of competition is reckless.
Or am I to be told there is such a thing as "Victimless or White Hat Social Engineering"
To invent the phrase "Social Engineering" when the original phrases such as "Lying" and "Confidence Trick"
Or is the choice of words doublespeak intended to make the scammer feel less guilty about breaking the law
Seeing as it is given away, it must be ineligible for chart ratings - will he be doing the same for any singles released?
Lower stock levels!
Surely one of their major problems is that of people coming in just to play with the hardware before buying it for cheaper on-line (from a site that is not DSG)
How is not having any stock going to improve this situation - surely their ONLY selling point is that of offering instant gratification
What possible reason
would there be for sensitive data to be taken to an employee's home? are their spouses and children security cleared? Do they sign an agreement that they will never stop off at the shops leaving the car unattended or pick up passengers, on the way home from work?
Edark = MdarkC^2 ?
often the senior managers who approve the sale after being wined and dined by the sales people know SFA about their real requirements. The implementation is left to the people who were never involved in the decision - the poor plebs who have to use it.
Does this mean the customers standard specifications of
"I want it to do what I want, not what I asked for"
is now enforcable by law?
Jedi'sm has internal splinter groups (pro and anti 'Jar Jar Binks') and rival groups whom they hate rather inexplicably because they are both just as mental as each other ("The Trekkies")
Sounds like the hallmarks of a valid religion to me.
Not my title.
The article's sub-title.
Viz : "My own brother, a goddamn, shit-sucking vampire"
For Corey Haim tributes in titles?
Are they planning to generate traffic based on people mistyping bebo.com?
Have they registered gego, heho and neno?
Will the brothels be built on time?
What no "another world" reference?
Always makes me giggle when I think about the Evening Standard switching to a free model, shortly after Murdoch pulled the London Paper and announced everything that is free should be paid for... Almost makes me wish for it's success just to spite him.
@irish donkey, @Onionman
@Irish Donkey - Someone who kills due to their own negligence whilst behind the wheel of a car IS a real criminal. If you kill someone because you were looking at your phone instead of the road, its NOT an accident.
@Onionman - "in a recent, utterly non-scientific survey recently while waiting for a bus" - I hear there is an advisory role for the government drugs tzar going -you sound perfect for the job! ;-)
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