Why do you think you can't use Eclipse as your Android IDE any more ? Direct-to-native compiling is the thing. They've built the eco system and don't need the 'its Java you know' crutch any more.
906 posts • joined 12 Jun 2009
IPv4 VPN in failing to work with IPv6 shock. This isn't a red top paper.
Re: Vague memories of a sci-fi story
Err no. That's about something else.
" I don't even know my bank passwords"
Go directly to jail. Until you can tell the judge your password.
First post !
"At £51,500 ... a sub-£50,000 car."
It's not just my maths being off is it ?
Re: THe MAC (And PAC) were there for a reason...
Yup. So called slamming is common in the utilities door-to-door trade.
Re: Not as urgent as an issue as MS would like
Because they are one hop from your sales teams Outlook to root on your AD domain. Game over man, game over.
"I'd of said the weakness was the managers......."
Well, if you used something like PasswordSafe, you can just keep the database in a private Seafile bucket. Much smaller targets than Dropbox or LastPass.
I send them my plain text, *and my key* and they promise to encrypt it and store it for me ? Yeah. Right. One secret court order later and their storing plain text.
I'll just encrypt stuff first, tyvm
Kinda a so-so report then... why not join http://openrightsgroup.org and keep them on their toes, eh ?
Because unless this shit is got under the control of a judge, with a warrant, for limited scope and time, it's bad for everyone. It'd be debatable we'd even be living in a democracy if we don't have secret thoughts...
"Apple can also automatically install its app on all its users' phones when they upgrade "
Isn't that abuse of market power ?
Re: He seems to have forgotten to include
"anything else is surely a violation of our human rights? oh wait, our leader wants that revoked..."
They still apply even if he scrapes the EU version.
Re: For the want of another IP ...
" millions of XP/IE8 taxpayers "
Get them off that virus attracting shit. Post them a Linux CD :-)
Re: It's pretty obvious
So ? Sky (still) get your money, you get (I assume) a better mix of programming for you.
Can we have some real stuff now ?
Where are the hashes
If the hashes are on the including page, any MITM will just modify that to remove them ?
If they are on a 3rd party webservice, that's massive overhead, and the MITM will just block access ?
What will actually happen though is a bug will be found, fixed, and then *the entire site* will crash to a halt when the .js fails to load.
There will then be several hours of panic before anyone remembers this 'feature' and updates wherever the hashes are.
Lots of developers are used to live editing files on the server to fix bugs. Are they screwed now?
"I know that XP and earlier can't access SSL enabled sites using host headers to differentiate between sites. I have no idea what the situation is for other OSs."
It's fine. SNI was only causing a problem while XP was breathing.
Re: Linux root user
Exactly. Maybe the author hasn't used a Linux install from the last ten years or so ?
Re: Firefox in the footsteps of Chrome
If Mozilla stopped wasting time on a pointless mobile O/S and maintaining Adobe's DRM ecosystem they need a lot less staff !
Re: £26 upfront...
You can claim a refund on Google purchases wihtin a few days, can't you ?
Why don't Audi etc. just spend less than 6 billion on supporting Open Street Map (and the local versions there of) ?
Mozilla ? The same company who ship closed-source binary blobs in their web browser to support DRM ? People still listen to them ?
Re: Its not clear to me whether...
Tax; I can hear the spin from here ! Why would it be anything else.
Already moved to Seafile. Too little too late. Remember who sits on their board.
That's not even trying to be 3D
Fortunately Linux Voice just handed out their first profit share, and the Open Rights Group is using it's share to send a pamphlet on GCHQ's abuses to every MP :
Remote file system access !
Wonder how long the government have been using that one...
Re: More to the point
Except, see 'blue pill' :)
Didn't Mozilla and Google announce an (free) automatic SSL enabling and renewing project?
Re: Bye, bye, Mozilla
Eh? You've not needed a dedicated IP for SSL since SNI was invented about 10 years ago.
Timely post. There's a major Hustrings tonight in Manchester (7pm, Friends Meeting House) orangised in part by the Open Rights Group, with questions tabled on exactly these topics.
So they flashed a firmware, and didn't verify the checksum ? Seriously ? Ameatuer hour...
Re: My voice is my passport
ITYM "My, voice. is my. pass port. VeriFY. Meeee.".
What could possibly go wrong.
Re: We all live in a yellow subroutine
Never mind 'do now;. Elite did this.
Thought it was deliberately leaked as an advert.
Illegal here to, no ? 'access to a computer system' and all ?
I also found geoblocking with iptables helpful in stopping the fail2ban lists from getting huge. Just remember to add the destination before going on holiday...
This could be a good place to backup your Seafile chunks to... without the metadata in the database their are fairly obaque.
denial of service and possible code execution via
- debian/patches/CVE-2015-0289.patch: handle missing content in
**code execution** ?!?
Re: Apple's process isn't fully automated
And it's still trivial to bypass, just don't enable the bad code until some future date or other external factor.
Why is this not a reality TV show ?
"The user must also have visited a malicious website or installed a malicious app "
Nothing to see here, move along...
It already is "information likely to be of use"
The Open Rights Group have an event on this very topic next week:
(or email manchester (squiggle sign) openrightsgroup (stop) org)
If you are against Flash so much, why aren't you serving a HTML5 native video player?
That was the sound of the PI web site imploding.
TITSUP code was "DB Error: unknown error"