Anyway, once you had modified a computer with a Trojan.....
These use unknown exploits, therefore how do you prove you have a trojan if nothing detects it?
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These use unknown exploits, therefore how do you prove you have a trojan if nothing detects it?
Just your single rad will cost more than your house
...I'll guess his wife / brother / sister / mother / father / kids will have to be directors of his next company now.
most likely because you want to target 98% of the market first.
Where are Cisco mentioned here?
...Sky moan about BT enough, time BT moaned about Sky. No doubt VM will be in the sights soon.
...imagine Operation Stack for that one!
Shhh don't ruin the rant. A blinkered view of reality is what makes a fanboy what they are,
there may be times when someone is trying to be quiet (maybe a burglar in the house) and they don't want to alert someone to their presence, a txt could be the answer.
Other times, a photo is worth a thousand words.
Car crash? Photo of scene + GPS. Far more useful than, errm I'm on a road, I can see a church and some cows.
They are not on about removing phones, but supplementing them, really common practice these days in contact centres. That webchat you did,that twitter or facebook response you received, the email you sent and got a response to, is very often is done by the phone system front end, not individual applications.
"that they earn goes to support all the scroungers of the world that flock to the UK just for the handouts."
I think you are missing out the ones bred here.
Until the washing machine can sort the laundry and load itself;
Until the cooker can take the food from the fridge and load itself;
Until the fridge can collect the shopping, sort and load itself;
Until the Iron can remove the clothes, spread them out and iron itself;
Until the dishwasher can remove the plates from the table, clean of the excess and load itself;
I HAVE NO NEED FOR THIS POINTLESS CRAP.
Now a robot butler.....
Would that be the TV that works with iOS and Android but only 5 and above only. The car that works with Winphone 8.1, iOS, except the latest version and Android 4.2 to 4.4. The cooker that is Android only, the hifi that is iOS only and the alarm system that is Winphone only?
The washing machine has a dial and a couple of buttons
The hi-fi has my phone hooked up by a cable
The TV has a remote control
The car connects to the phone via bluetooth for all the music, phone calls and texting.
And it all works!
"we shouldn't overlook the real problem, namely it is only being used as a route to exploit vulnerabilities in Windows..."
You may want to address your attention span, clearly you have trouble getting more than a few lines in.
"Users of Flash Player for Windows, OS X, and Linux are all advised to update to the latest version of Flash, though the update is only considered a top priority for Windows and OS X users"
The BBC for starters
his going to stake his life on it.
Is that, unlike the UK / France / Ireland, you don't have roaming charges to contend with.
An issue with the English channel is that if the signal from France and England over lap to much, you can end up jumping onto the roaming network. It already happens on the coast quite lot.
Or just the fact it's well over a decade old.
We've been paperless for years, just ask the management, they keep telling us we are.
<shoves 20 scraps of paper under the desk>
Unfortunately you do have to tell some people this sort of advice.
Never underestimate human stupidity.
"You are all living under a stone - It has been the year of the Linux desktop for some time now:-"
So a few dozen examples out of how many millions of businesses.
This has been going on for over a decade now:
This UK bit is interesting and bear in mind this is 2004.
The judge seemed to accept that there is much clutter in search engine results and that the public has become educated not to make a direct association between the keyword they type into a search engine and any pop-up advert that may appear.
The outcome of the case may well have been very different if the totaljobs advert had made much more prominent use of the mark Reed.
Been like that on Winphone for quite some time. Guess the desktop version is just catching up.
"or it could be trying to install as a device admin (similar to security software) but that would throw up a whole new warning flag."
"Either way most people would be unlikely to fall for it."
Your new to computing I presume?
Two down votes (the usual Google Marketing droids are online again).
Seriously, state facts about something bad with a Google "product" and you almost can be certain of two down votes.
So c'mon Google marketing droids, why the downvotes? Do you REALLY think a torch app should be able to modify the contents of my USB storage? Or was it the fact it needs to know about my Wifi?
No...not true, I mean take this torch app. To turn on the LED light all it needs is:
retrieve running apps
modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
read the contents of your USB storage
take pictures and videos
Wi-Fi connection information
view Wi-Fi connections
Device ID & call information
read phone status and identity
receive data from Internet
change system display settings
modify system settings
prevent device from sleeping
view network connections
full network access
plus a dash of:
Updates to Brightest LED Torch may automatically add additional capabilities within each group.
You need all that to turn on the light.
I agree. They should all sit at home and cry into their bowl of Soup.
Not sure why you got the down vote, unless stating the bleeding obvious wasn't that obvious.
Let me help.
Company that writes viruses has source code stolen, therefore good chance the source code forthe companies viruses are also in therefore. By this fact you could say it contains viruses.
Explosion or Implosion?
I read a very extensive write up from a software vendor as to why they only made software for Apple and 1 or 2 Android phones.
It was Androids strength and Achilles heal....openess.
With Apple, you know EXACTLY the hardware and software and you can build the software to have to correct timings, work around any issues and give support knowing what you are dealing with.
With Android, you have a random maker, using random hardware with a random software version. Flexible, but an utter PITA.
It's the same reason Atari dominated the Music scene for so long when PC's were available with "more" raw horsepower.
...but your rational, well thought comments have no place on the Reg.
The are so many blinkered dick heads here that their preferred platform is the correct one, even if it isn't.
No, no, no...don't use the correct tools for the job, use THEIR solution, even if it's shit.
Oh yeah...lack of coffee. Time to fix that.
What the cuffing hell still uses that?
Name and shame please.
you're assuming that the insolvency goes well.
This is all assuming it's BAU while the liquidation takes place. But staff will walk if the jobs are not safe, as you said power and comm's maybe killed, building owners may refuse access, security companies may not unlock the doors and so on and so on.
And no mention if a buyer is not found at all.
Yes, but a huge chunk is passed from mother to child.
"I knew then that being the leader of a company was something that I desired as part of my own leadership journey"
Neither of which seem to have the ability to use upper case characters or punctuation.
And are they like the cheap Android tablet I had that became useless after about 12 months (a common issue on the cheap kit)
Would that be the Adblock that allows advertisers to buy their way in unless you go in and remove them?
..is 2003 EoL?
I never saw a single article here on the reg about it!
"On May 12, 2015, Verizon Communications announced plans to buy AOL for $50 per share in a deal valued at $4.4 billion. The acquisition was completed on June 23."
"The deal will broaden Verizon's advertising sales platforms and increase its video production ability through websites such as The Huffington Post, TechCrunch, and Engadget"
Hardly dead in the water eh?
Not strcitly true...
"Ensure that all system components and software are protected from known vulnerabilities by installing applicable vendor supplied security patches. Install critical security patches within one month of release"
6.2.a Examine policies and procedures related to security patch installation to verify processes are defined for:
Installation of applicable critical vendor-supplied security patches within one month of release.
Installation of all applicable vendor-supplied security patches within an appropriate time frame (for example, within three months).
Note there are two flaws with this if you go by the letter of the rules:
1. You cannot use 3rd party supplied patches, so if a trusted 3rd party creates a fix, but the vendor does not, you are in breach if you use the patch,
2. There is NOTHING in the documentation to say what happens if the vendor does NOT supply a patch.
I'm not saying you shouldn't move away, but pointing out the point the reference material does not explicitly say what to do with EoL products.
"PCI DSS Requirement 6.2 says that system components and software must be protected from known vulnerabilities by installing applicable vendor-supplied security patches within one month of release."
So if none are released, you can't be in breach of that rule (actually even that above is over simplified)
Several villages have it as well. If you look at Worcestershire's details it actually to cover areas not deemed financially viable and does not cover commercial areas i.e. towns and cities.
I guess that he actually got the down votes for proposing flywheels are a viable solution.
Look at how much renewable would be needed for say somewhere like London during the winter months and how much land you would need to actually power that 24/7.
...it "accidentally" recorded some people out of a pool of what, a few thousand?
So how many have "accidentally" been collected out of a pool of 65 million? Have all those ones been deleted as well?
Self confessed audiophile?
wharfdale diamond speakers?
Didn't even need to finish the 1st section.