Re: More to the point
Except, see 'blue pill' :)
875 posts • joined 12 Jun 2009
Except, see 'blue pill' :)
Didn't Mozilla and Google announce an (free) automatic SSL enabling and renewing project?
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...
ITYM "My, voice. is my. pass port. VeriFY. Meeee.".
What could possibly go wrong.
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** ?!?
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"
"Google 'n' U.S. tech pals: Forget Ireland, come to Blighty"
Is that before or after you ban encryption, Mr Cameron ?
It was trailed widely in advance.
I got a Z1 because it's piss easy to root, robust and water proof.
The 'thanks' page could do with a bit more content. Maybe a link to the store :-)
Oh no it isn't.
Uh huh. When did any ID service of any real world use *not* run on someone elses box ? Remember 'your web address is your identity' OAUTH ?
Good luck with that. Think uk.gov will let you use that rather than one of their industry cohorts ?
Start by sending all my personal details to a US company, where the US government can do whatever they like with it ? Nah. I'll pass.
They'll only include the header if the site you are visiting is on a white list, so they'll never get caught again.
The top mobile networks in the UK do it that way, for the same reason.
Gimme a micropayment option to hide all the ads for a small fee and I'd do it. Already do on other places.
" expose their internal web servers to the open internet "
No. Just no. This wasn't even a good idea 15 years ago in the 20th century.
Maybe GCHQ and the NSA payed them to do it ?
Fan boi much?
Just use someone elses. Surprised no ones posted an online clearing house yet...
Don't forget the 'no place for privacy' encryption-banning UK !
"an app on your phone to be updated without first obtaining express consent from the owner"
Even security updates ? What does 'consent' mean ?
Eh ? What does that mean ?
They order new network cables ?
The NSA in cable implants were tiny...
Will the Beeb listen ?
Would it. Would it? Really ? Really really ?
Google how SMSs work :-)
So what is it?
Change your router's MAC once a week and reboot then.
The point is not that it's easy to get around (use a public wifi hot spot) it's that it's being rammed through, as part of a grubby compromise (see DRIP) with no evidence (again, shades of DRIP).
"You won't be able to tell the location of the household"
They have the IP address. That's enough to geolocate it almost exactly.
"However unless the site gets WIDELY publicised "
Was on BBC breakfast, so should make the ten o'clock as well.
It is in most Androids...
You are payed to enter that content then are you ?
I've seen nothing to suggest it wont be signed by a CA included in $popularBrowserOfTheWeek
These days you can just download the MP3 direct from Amazon's Cloud Player.
Fuck all from my N900 phone in way of notice.
Hoping the community will continue to stand up and support it.