400 posts • joined Wednesday 17th June 2009 02:23 GMT
and it ain't gonna get any better
yep 1 in 6, I'd say this is pretty good considering the number of children using comps at home who don't have the first clue about security.
When I was 12 I didn't have the first idea about a condom, I blame my parents for this. I guess the blind leading the blind.
Ain't no way some redneck fascict inbred is gonna have any clue about conp security, I guess that's why they all work for (insert company here).
Re: "The server market is starting to run out of steam"
It's not a rant boy, servers won't go away, what runs the """ CLOUD"""" supposed replacement for servers, errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr fucking severs.
Perhaps you just need a tool, not a retool.
"The server market is starting to run out of steam"
I've never read so much old bollox in my life.
Who the fuck believes a bean counter, their only interest is fucking everyone for a penny.
Yes maybe q1 is bad, but by the end of q4 everyone including the bean counters are laughing, IBM,Intel,Dell,HP, and whoever else are all feeling economic impact, ergo so are their customers, it's a chain reaction. If you insist on believing Gartners for your analysis then you deserve all you get. You don't need Gartners to tell you the business is down at the moment, you just need to talk to a real person.
Try going to the pub and talking to the one regular instead of the old ten, no ones has money for extras today, not just fucking IBM.
Get your head outta your arse and into the real world for a fucking change.
Not a Ddos then,
I guess it doesn't count when VM do it to themselves.
Hmmmmmmm Budhist mantra eh?
being auctioned at Sotheby's too,............. going, going , gone.
Gotta love those Budhist mantras
Yanks? who'da thunk it
"Clearly, US intelligence has advanced to the point now where it can be pretty certain that cyber espionage attacks on its networks have been carried out,"............. spot the oxymoron?
" if not directly by Chinese military then certainly by “Chinese actors”." .............. I'm sure Jackie Chan or any other Chinese actor has recourse to legal action for defamation.
fuck all that shit
I'll use MS Skype
As a well known non Apple fanboi
it's nothing for me to get worked up 'bout either. I neither have nor desire/crave any Apple products, so for me just another reason not to waste any money on an unwanted unusable , it just doesn't work gadget.. Someone please give me a job in their marketing department, they obviously need a rocket under them or an injection of leather, I'm not a keen fan on bullshit, if you're not sure where that comes from.
I'll take all the down votes you can give me and some more when I post next,
I can honestly say that
I have not experienced these problems, I am not an Apple fanboi, but there is a genuine reason why I have not experienced these problems, of WiFi connectivity, overheating but not beyond thermal specifications, inability to get FaceTime to work correctly on LTE, why non HD is less than abysmal, no Siri, weak front facing camera, or why enhanced apps tke 3 times as much space on it.
And I bet you already know what that reason is.
Re: re mondo the magnificent
So not even apples for apples, or oranges for oranges if you prefer.
Re: re mondo the magnificent
no not obtuse, just not surprised that you can't even begin to see how ludicrous the claim is.
Re: re mondo the magnificent
Eh, perhaps ypur comprehension is lacking. Apple is part of the retail market, therefore it's value can never exceed the entire retail sector. Shoddy journalism, even more shoddy commenting, still what else can one expect from ElReg, or it's editors. Perhaps you should try, Apple has the largest market cap in the entire retail sector
re mondo the magnificent
not just mediocre journalism, a story with absolutely no relevance at all. how can the market cap of one company be compared against the size of a retail market. le3ts compare apples to apples, what is the market cap of the companies making up the retail market, y bet is that then, apples market cap will appear trifling, much like the useless gadgets they sell.
Awaiting down vote storm.
Equally you could say Yahoo does not confirm story, but that would mean you wouldn't be able to create a shitstom of negative feeling towards Yahoo, as demonstrated by posters above, who may have valid points or not.. All your story is, to tell the truth, a mishmash of rumour and hearsay. I know full well how El reg lets you do this, because it's the PRESS and publish or be damned. However in a fragile economic situation, do you not think it wiser to create confidence rather than negativity?. Translated for the US journo, we don't want rumour, we want the truth, or otherwise, if you've nothing good to say, say nothing.
el reg playing with the lawyers?
is not any word starting i copyrighted or patented yet?
Thank the lord
That i'm blessed not to live in the land of the free.
0.12 c a gb works out at 110 us a tb. i’ll take it given the price of hard drives today.
And 2k people showing a fair representation of the us population?
need I say more.
yes thanks for the down vote already you fuckwit
On the bright side, when your GPU is frazzled the attack wont work anymore.
talking about the price of MW3
you can download it for free at some of those low rent piracy/torrent sites that absolutely none of us would ever dream of using, but the ElReg keeps our mind focused on by continually reporting about.
methinks Google have identified the problem correctly
verify the certificates, yes. Brilliant idea and will perhaps renove the fantasy being created that SSL is broken, when it's plain to see the CA's are the problem, solve that and SSL is not broken.
Dan, obviously still no understanding of SSL, perhaps this link will clear your head a wee bit.
just reusing semi-redundant TV fabs, ahaaa
then why not some even older crt models and some car batteries and an old shopping trolley or two, save all the enviroment from electronic waste and non biodegradable trash, everyones happy, no?
maths is not my strong point
but I cannot work out how two companies merging reduce the competition by two, surely it would be just one. So either there were only four companies before the seagate-samsung merger not five, or there is another competitor besides the three mentioned.
Apart from which, I'm sure the WD spinoff will be a bargain basement price, same as all of Honda's water logged cars in Thailand being sent for scrap.
no mention of the many different toolbars often installed by lots of people into their browsers, notable ones being offered by Google, Yahoo and MSN, perhaps representing somewhere near 100% of all advertising.
Let's count the number of ways tht SSL is broken
1) Fucked CA's
Hmmmmm, 4 other illegal ways could be used
1) The mass killing of everyone of pensionable age.
2) The mass killing of anyone ill.
3) Tthe mass killing of the unemployed
4) Ethnic cleansing of the USA by anyone who feels like it. (won't save the euro, but it will take all the press attention away from the problem)
OK, who to believe.
There's also another branch of thinking that laptops or notebooks won't be around for that long, thanks to tablet devices and more advanced smart phones, also accordingly, the average PC will be accessing the cloud and will need less compute power,the big need for processors being on server farms.
On the other hand, who knows?
Wait for more reference material from ElReg, or possibly start thinking for myself again.
or commentators. doesn't matter. this story is just full of shit, as shown by the authors comments on it. won't happen, shut the fuck up dimwit, go stand in the corner with the big pointed hat with a capital d on it.
El Reg, where has the integrity gone, now you're just publishing speculation and bullshit.
C'mon now Dan, surely you can do better
Are we talking about a file hosting specific search engine here? something on the lines of
or it's ilk, of which there are myriads.
sounds good, but you want to add this
into the mix, and I personally think you're onto a loser with the whole idea to begin with, even without the bs mentioned above. Life needs to simple to be secure, complexity doesn't equal security.
Progress without change.
Novel idea, why hasn't that ever caught on before. Ok not every change is for the better, but if you don't try, you'll never know, all the negatives today will possible be all positives next year. Still, I guess nobody's happy until they've someone or something to slag off.
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