Re: Whack-A-Mole Fail.
Works for me with Virgin's DNS!!
1464 posts • joined 11 Jun 2009
Works for me with Virgin's DNS!!
Instead I use the hardware ID to track maker and device down, may take a bit longer sometimes but it means I get clean, manufacturers drivers...
40,000 times as much as would kill a mouse.
Its LD50 is so low its barely worth registering. Di-hydrogen-monoxide is more lethal. ;-)
Downvoted from a Windows system for simply having to open your gob on a forum that has NO apparent relevance to you.
Took him WEEKS to finish his tiger jigsaw, then he realised he had spilled his Frosties all over the floor...
The more I read the more I kept asking "why are usb ports not optically isolated" and "could I build one". Seems someone already thought the same. Shame about the price though.
for the heads up. Afflicted patch put on installation hold...
Yes, the hypocrisy is mind bending isn't it....
that "Apps" are something new to them, is indicative of the pace at which these bodies seem to trundle along. There is no wonder the UK IT infrastructure is the turgid mess it is in at the moment.
They seem to operate behind several iterations of the public and technology.
Ship out all the old cronies who still believe that travelling over 30 mph will kill you and replace it with some younger blood who have a vague idea of what it is they are talking about.
Yes it is.
Think what you like, doesn't alter anything.
No, its the Liberator.....
In fact, its a better shot than some of the ones used by the BBC in the original series!
Looked a good idea and product. I'm always up for a new toy to add to the DSLR..
In the meantime:
Rip the disk, tons of software now to decrypt em.
Stopped using Power DVD ages ago, when it became bloatware and bloatware with the insidious "moovie" live thing...
Piece of software that should be buried alongside Atari 2600 ET carts!
I do hate word mincers.
What you WANTED to say was this:
"At AC. His life, whilst no more meaningful to you then anyone elses, WAS meaningful to me.
So, please, Do Fuck Off. I'm sorry you are such an empty vessel that there is no room for anyone else in there...
He was the face of "Time Computers" back in the mid 2000's.
Properly nice bloke...
Will Be Missed...
LLAP man who influenced my life to look at things logically.....
Star Trek the Animated Series is well worth a look.
Its old but has all the charm of the original.
And, Star Trek Resurected, a fan based show and its bloody good.
Grant Imaharo out of MythBusters plays Sulu...
Mine were flooded....
I had (and still have) an EX150 Gakken Denshi Kit with modern upgrades.
Small plastic blocks to connect together to make all manner of things...
Still dig it out to this day for an odd play....
"It's feasible to build a space elevator. It doesn't mean we've got one, or that it'll be cheap or easy or likely to get one."
Absolutely ridiculous comparison. We don't have space elevators because of physical and monetary constraints. We don't have the tech or materials to build one. We DO have computer code that can change itself to avoid detection and that's been around for 30 years and will only get better as the VX'ers improve their anti detection routines.
We can now expect to see nearly all malware use polymorphism, in fact I will bet that an underground cybercrime forum starts to offer one (a kit to morph code) for sale.
The reason modern malware is complex is because it has to be complex as computers and their languages are more complex, that's all... It doesn't matter whether its written in fortran, algol, assembler, java or bloody Sinclair BASIC... Look at ASLR, defeated within weeks and now an unnecessary complication. Yes it took some clever workaround programming but it was done. Stalemate again....
Don't get me wrong, I'm not slagging MS, I love my Windows OS but it still seems that this is a little too late....It will provide 6 months respite while the cybercrims up the ante....
"Kizzle will fizzle if exploit kits become polymorphic and change its unpacked forms, a feat that other research indicates is feasible."
Feasible?? Polymorphic routines have been used in viruses since the eighties!!!
So, at a stroke, their tool has been rendered useless even before it's been used....
Cyber crooks 1: MS 0
WHY is the solution to people who receive these thinly veiled "insults" or whom take "offence" at the slightest drop of a hat, a law protecting them from a perceived "threat".
Most of the twats doing the "bullying" are pathetic keyboard warriors. Remove their internet access or give them a dumb phone. Or, shock, perhaps the parents could step in and, you know, discipline their errant offspring.
When I was at school, I was bullied. By bullied I meant physically assaulted. regularly, That went on for 3 years until I socked the bastard whilst in a fire drill queue. Not called names, that's something I have put up with most of my life. Didn't bother me then, doesn't bother me now!
Most of the twats receiving the comments are weak, sensitive types who wouldn't last 5 minutes outside their little bubbles.
Hers a proposition, if you don't like what somebody has typed, aimed directly you or not, then DONT FUCKING READ IT, or DELETE the offender from your "friends?!?" list, or CHANGE YOUR PHONE NUMBER, or, TURN YOUR FUCKING COMPUTER OFF.
Getting sick of the nannyment sticking its nose in **every** aspect of our lives and legislating against it...
** this commentard accepts that there are exceptions but inventing laws up to stop some one being insulted is a retrograde step.
@ Dave 126
Or torrented! ;-)
waiting to happen...
Lets see how the banks respond to the first "fingerprint fraud" case.
"I see, so you have had money stolen from your account? But its fingerprint protected, ONLY you can access your money, so YOU must have taken it out. You do know fingerprints are unique don't you? Go away please ".
No, but the kid with a hole in his face might HAVE been.
-1 for the inability to speak your native language. There are protozoa who know the difference between "have" and "of".
No, because shooting someone in the face isnt cruel or unusual at all.
The best thing we can do is firstly, lock *it up for life, neuter it (just in case!) then explain that being told to "toss the salad" does not mean it has a cushy job in the kitchen.
Little scuzz bucket whom is not fit to breath the same air as the rest of us in civilised society.
*no apologies for de-humanising it. It wasn't human to start with. It is a feral animal. Nothing more, nothing less.
Electronics company Samsung have warned that smart TVs forced to listen to your constant stream of trite, facile yap are now showing signs of severe depression.
The company has caused controversy after it was revealed that their internet-connected SmartTV’s could record user’s personal conversations and send them to third parties.
Now Samsung claims that having to listen to the banal, drawn-out bollocks you constantly spout is making the TV’s clinically depressed.
“Having to listen to customers insipid waffle has caused many TVs to become lethargic and show genuine signs of anxiety and sadness every time you walk into the room and start prattling on about every boring aspect of your humdrum life,” said a spokesman from Samsung.
“We urge customers to say more interesting things or just be quiet – in some extreme cases the TV’s have chosen to explode rather than face another minute of listening to your endless stream of vapid drivel.”
Yeah, I suspected rational answers would have been thin on the ground...
Oh well, happy Halloween and all the best for 1973.
Somebody care to explain the down votes???
Ideally one of the guilty??
No less or more dangerous than vodka, or whisky, or brandy or any other distilled alcohol.
He died of alcohol poisoning, nothing to do with rice wine.
Sky have failed to fulfil their contract:
Are the affected due some financial recourse???
As soon as one of these came crashing down and hit someone, the potential lawyer-storm would quickly put this idea to the grave.
The numbers of "fly aways" reported by users is alarming. Now some of these are explained away by poor piloting, but a lot of em aint.
I have no doubt the technology in these isnt "consumer" level but that isn't going to make it physics proof...
His name was Stradivari, it was fashionable then to Latinise your name with an "s". Hence, Stradivarius. Christopher Columbu(s) did the same!
You are in your kitchen and worried about an EMP???
Christ, what are you cooking!!
as one of our (if not biggest) Arms customers, the best we can hope for is that the rest of his punishment isnt publicised.
Although i do have to agree with Jake, they are mostly barbaric bastards who we should have no dealings with at all....
Instead of buying their oil, we should invest in nuclear power.
has lifted its block to TPB.se lately..
Dunno why but it has...
has removed the block on TPB.se
"There are currently numerous fake uploads for the unreleased, unleaked, appalling Jupiter Ascending for example"
A fridge, for example, its unlikely you will have an ethernet point in the kitchen, so it must connect wirelessly, therefore, it must be configured to connect. If i choose not to configure it, then it cant connect can it?
Or is it like these unwanted smart meters using MESH to connect.
Time to get the wavebubble out again!
"US pricing doesn't even include sales tax."
As of January 1st, 2014, 5 states (Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire and Oregon) do not levy a sales tax, while California has the highest state tax rate at 7.5%
Whereas the UK its 20%
"Feel free to buy one, add shipping cost, add import duty to that total price and then add 20% VAT to that total - plus a likely handling charge from the carrier."
Why, does no other country pay shipping or handling charges. The tax question has been answered.
"UK retailers have to pay UK building costs, cover it with UK insurance, fill it with UK staff, pay UK National Insurance and wages for those staff who want to live in UK housing. They then have to advertise their business at UK rates and ship their product using UK carrier charges."
Replace the UK with any country, they have to pay it. Or their demographic equivalents.
I do get tired of correcting people who don't do the tiniest bit of research into their ill thought out rebuttals.
$250 = £163
280 CAD = $225
€250 = £187
UK shoppers being robbed again.
Nor security audited it would appear....
wonders if the NSA et-al had anything to do with this.
The amount of data gleaned from this is priceless!!!!
*probably not but hey, stranger things have happened....
like a class action lawsuit in the making...
10s of millions!! The UK population is only in the "tens of millions".
Oh this is going to be enormous fun.
*reg, we need this updated on a regular basis please... There's bound to be some of the richest excuses we have ever heard about this one!!!!!
"Anthem Blue Cross was the target of a very sophisticated external cyber attack"
Which translates to "we were fucking lazy and complacent with the data we were entrusted to safeguard" "We had basic passwords and allowed anyone to rifle through our database"
Whenever a huge corp is hacked, its always a "sophisticated" attack....
Corsair do the padlock.
However, cautionary note, the corsair padlocks seem to fail at an alarming rate and once failed, you can say goodbye to your data unless, of course, its backed up. On another "as secure" device...
Agreed but as stated in the original article, the chances of it being exploited were infinitesimally small whilst patching the older systems. I'm not advocating what they did, merely that it was an exercise in damage limitation.
seems they were stuck between a rock and a hard place as updating sage systems can be a right PITA.
Seems they did the right thing to me as it was unlikely the exploit would have been exploited in the time taken to rectify this.
Personally, good call on Sage to maintain their customers ability to use said service...
With the "magic balls" providing a bit more "thumping action" as seen on a flat rock at a river near you in the old days.
Sounds like a 70's porn shoot...