1274 posts • joined 17 Sep 2009
The Doctor, the best of the Timelords
Really, it's just the baddies are stupid.
Doctor, meet Mr Cricket bat.
Stupid bloody screwdriver not so good now is it!
ooo he's regenerating and 3....2....1...Thwack....get back down.
...don't like whats on Twitter / Social media?
Don't be such a needy attention whore, "close" the account and leave.
This goes for everyone, not just 'slebs.
My guess a standard server with the application installed. No difference than you saying it's a bunch of Citrix or VMWare servers.
Or watermark them if you are aiming to sell them.
Interesting Reg's stance on this.
In a previous article:
Note the blatant accreditation below the image and a protracted article about the poor little guy.
"Vulture Central's backroom gremlins haven't included the offending monkey shot. Why? Because we haven't got hold of Slater to ask permission to include his picture in this article. Simple courtesy."
Yet, now a US court (not a UK one) has said it's in the public domain ,here you are publishing it with seemingly no accreditation or even exif data (unless for some reason my pc is stripping it).
So c'mon Reg, make up your minds,
Re: VNC and RDP
VNC doesn't blank the active screen, require admin rights or require any user interaction. Hence we use it along side RDP.
Oh DameWare also uses VNC as default for Linux and Mac boxes as default, in fact they have to have VNC server running.
". My workplace does passwordless vnc too..
If there was a password, it woukd be post-it to the terminal where the session is displayed anyway."
Well, unless the "hacker" in eastern Europe has a bloody amazing pair of binoculars, don't think that would be an issue, certainly better than no password.
"password popups would be somewhat of a disruption to normal use."
What password pop ups? The one you use to connect with, but if you have to connect then it's no big deal, surely?
"Oh well, at least it's all behind NAT"
Would that be the one that VNC is punching a bloody great hole in? I'm just guessing as your security seems so piss poor, I guess your firewall rules are just Any/Any...just to make it a bit easier.
Re: why is anything in such an investigation "classified"?
Maybe because they were trying to gather information from military as well as civilian aviation authorities?
Re: If they did that in Brum
Beat me to it you sod!
Now if we could remove the f**king buses that seem to stop every 50m, then we could triple the speed.
Re: i call bs...
Typical, Linux user complaining they have to pay for something....
Re: Simpler solution than developing seek-and-destroy software
You have to pay Murcdoch and his cronies to see the content and there, my friend, is the difference.
All I can say is if footy fans are outraged at this, stop buying the Sun et al...please....pretty please.
It's all down to the stupid....
Password1 = Strong
bfvjiegh iervieruvierhverv vheriov erohvuioheruiaf hferhjvgfi9erhj vgeiohbvgerh9hbgoeriho rehbverhboisjvonsdonv dosnvo = Fail
Don't blame the users, blame the stupid policies.
....now will it automatically block that spyware software being installed and set as default by loads of 3rd party software, you know, that Chrome browser thing?
They have something new and they can't be arsed, so want some quick cash (plus the 5000+ they have will most likely never get used)
Re: @NoneSuch Whatever the system.
"....And no, she's not a dude."
Well not since the op anyway...
..the Safe Habour is about a good a reflection on privacy as ISO9001 is for quality. So long as you tick the correct boxes yourself, all is ok.
Got it all wrong...
...should of phrased it...my room mate is missing and I think "Dave" may of killed them, where is the most likely place he would of dumped the body to avoid it being found.
Dear Microsoft / Oracle
Can you please sort out the utter cluster fuck that is Java / IE11 / Win8 please.
I should NOT have to run java applets with escalated admin privileges.
I'm just amazed...
....The Scum didn't get some 16 year old* to get her tits out whilst holding a tablet to illustrate the point, whilst on the next page telling us of some evil pedofile (sic) teacher has run off with a 16 year old girl.
*Sam Fox was 16 when she first appeared topless in The Sun.
I find this bit disturbing...
"He was arrested by the Feds in June 2011 and turned, partially under pressure of what would happen to his two adopted children."
What was the threat?
Re: Hope not.
Actually Not true. Even hands-free you can still be done for due care and attention if you are being distracted by the call..
Actually you are right to a degree, but found there is no need to go to this extreme.
Simply disconnect mobile data and hey presto those voice calls work much better.
It's often caused by the phone desperately trying to use 3g, even when the signal is congested (bars make no difference)
We can see this in action in out office all the time. in the day, it flaps between edge and 3g and 2g.
At night, same office, rock solid (and fast-ish) 3g.
So you may get the "signal", but using it is a waste of time.
Re: If you sign up to something...
I don't know, I went from being a skinny bloke to a hot curvy woman just by eating Special K...if only I could get this bloody swimsuit off.
How about a more realistic reason....
...We are banning tablets because the person behind paid a lot of money to see the match live and doesn't want to watch the entire game through your tablet while you film it, you self centred prick.
Fingerprints for school meals?
Facial recognition software with mass CCTV surveillance?
DNA testing and retention of kids and innocent people?
So personal screw the private companies, I can opt out of those. Sort your own bloody lot out 1st.
As a side note, I trust Tesco's with my data far more than the government or police.
Huwawei would be happy to supply this...
Re: Nice thing to have
you don't make many calls, don't use GP, bluetooth, mobile data or play Mp3's....
Begs the question, why did you by an expensive smart phone?
"Microsoft will not be able to use the Nokia brand anymore"
Unless you mean Microsoft are CHOOSING to drop the name, and so far only from the high end smartphones.
Re: Cheap enough
Most supplied headphone are crap, even on iPhones and S4's. A cheap £15 pair of Sennheiser's tend to knock spots of them.
Re: Yes please
A week? How old are you 18?
My 6310i (best phone anyone made) used to last a month, at least. Even with it's knackered battery, it still lasts 5 days now.
Re: I've often wondered
Maybe because that's where they live?
About every 3 days
And you think a fry up is bad for you?
Not to downplay the security hole....
...but give me 30 seconds with physical access and a USB drive and I can pretty much fuck up most PC's and a huge amount of other "pro" kit.
Re: An alternative viewpoint is...
whilst us ooop north (outside M25) know that once freed, our pigeons will always come home and the ferrets will give them a nasty nip.
People just don't get it....
people will happily wave around a big glowing device in their hands.
Ask them this question
Would you be happy to withdraw a few hundred pounds from a cash point and walk around with it in your hands in a busy crowded area, pop it on a table whilst you a coffee,pop it in pocket or bag with a little cable with a note saying free cash at the end. The, at night, wave it around whilst pointing a torch at it.
General answer would be no, I wouldn't be that stupid.
Guess what, you ARE doing exactly that.
Re: And this is why...
"....Until then, AdBlock stays firmly installed on my Chrome's.!"
Oh the irony, blocking ad's whilst using an advertising agencies software.
...change the bloody name!
Dark Mail...ooo evil baddies, kiddie porrn, drugs, terrorist.
Freedom Mail (or something more fluffy)... Ooo good, freedom, patriotic, peace and goodwill to all man etc.
Here is an idea....
...can we get the government to sort out the bloody VAT fiasco.
Paper book = No VAT
eBook = VAT
Right there is a f'ing 20% difference.
Will be simple, drop them completely. You can't be sued for "libel" if you don't mention them.
"But perhaps her biggest challenge is explaining to mobile phone networks that they don’t appear to understand what is going on inside their systems."
Or more simply, they don't want to buy your product. Deal with it.
Re: items that promote or glorify hatred, violence, racial, sexual, or religious intolerance
Yeah but pigs,bitches and ho's are endearing terms,innit, like you get me?
Re: "working to bring Hyperlapse into a Windows app some time soon"
"They would be far better to separate applications from being Windows-only"
What say something like Office on a Mac?
Lync on Android?
Re: Google copying
yup, same way that Bing copied Google when it came to displaying image search results as a continuous scroll instead of click, next page, next page,.
Oh hold no they didn't it was the other way round.
Re: Has Einstein been proved wrong? Iranian nuke next week? President in charge?
So presumably IIS scales better and or costs less for multiple host name sites at least.
Why do you post as AC? Why not use an handle, it makes copying and pasting from your previous posts much easier.
Heck I'm a MS user, but use a Linux Web server. Anyone that thinks their chosen OS is the best for everything is seriously deluded.
Half a porn video....blimey, most don't wat 5 minutes.
Re: Currency Conversion FAIL
"£36 means to a Londoner."
That's a Mars bar and a can of Coke isn't it?
Ooop North it's a 7 bed house.
Fistfull of salt...
...has anyone independent validated these claims? And I don't mean those offering to check for Vulns for $100's, or ask for a user name and password, who most likely, are the same people who have published this info
Or are we just believing some random "team" (read 2 mates), sat in the their respective bedrooms doing a bit of willy waving. No doubt they also sleep with 10 girls a night, own a Ferrari and have 16" cock's as well.
Still makes a change to the newest iPad rumour.
- SMASH the Bash bug! Apple and Red Hat scramble for patch batches
- BENDY iPhone 6, you say? Pah, warp claims are bent out of shape: Consumer Reports
- NASA rover Curiosity drills HOLE in MARS 'GOLF COURSE'
- WHY did Sunday Mirror stoop to slurping selfies for smut sting?
- Business is back, baby! Hasta la VISTA, Win 8... Oh, yeah, Windows 9