Re: Am I the only person in the world
No, you're not.
2520 posts • joined 18 Sep 2009
No, you're not.
The problem with their diagram is that the 'shooter' is in a room in the target's ISP's data center, so just by using a CDN won't prevent this.
Who's that, then?
Have you reported it to the RIAA, mr pen tester, or are you now an acessory after the fact?
Actually it's a 10 year old blond girl on an island.
You are not the customer of the PoS vendor, the supermarket chain is....maybe. They may outsource that function and not actually be the customer of the PoS vendor...
Fortunately, the latest release of the PCI DSS does now have language that is meant to cover this.
They do target you while you're searching and making your purchasing decision. The ads you get for similar (or identical) products after you've made your purchase is just Google playing their customers (people placing ads) for all they're worth.
on a totally different subject:
"...had been mode on websites...". Guys (and Gals) buy a propheshunil speeeling/grammer shecker, or make me an offer.
re: "People do things at home, in the office, on their mobile device, and that segregation is not needed any more."
I was going to suggest that EMVco send a handful of auditors to his office tomorrow, and I'd like the bounty check mailed to me.
I'm still waiting for "90 minutes from New York to Paris".
You call 999 (or 911 in my case).
I do, emphatically, suggest that you find out if there are any specific regulations regarding 'test 911 calls'.
Either New York City or Chicago ( I can't remember which one it was) have a special procedure you have to follow. I seem to remember that the penalty for a 'test call' was $10k (and this was more than 10 years ago.)
I'm going to forward that one to my girlfriend.
I could type faster than my 1200 baud modem could transmit, and I could write sentences on the leader board in Hard Drivin', but I could never beat any of the opponents in Mortal Kombat....
I can suggest a target for him. Actually three. 1) NSA, 2) NSA, 3) themselves.
How can you tell? Really?
Yes, that would be Hyundai, as an example of vertically integrated companies (or is it chaebol.)
Of course it is. It's mostly owned by International Paper (or another paper company.)
Yes, but one out of a hundred is sometimes worth the time.
Isn't part of it simply to have a business address there so you get reputational points?
The initial page load time is irrelevant to me. What i want is NO round trip wait times per character while I'm typing into damn the search field.
Why should something have a different price in Liege than in Aachen? The cost of production is the same as is, if its delivered by land from Belgium, the cost of delivery.
I think what you are saying is that merchants shoukd be able to charge different prices in different countries and the consumers can't just druve across a border to buy the item where it is offered at a lower price....right?
What if they rebrand "Google Search" as "Google products and other stuff from the internet".
Or they could. like. right gud kode.
...that prohibits providing any data to the NSA, et al.
I think you mean 'the next time one of their own defects.'
But as I posted elsewhere, the trick would be to become the third member of the key party, and after its been created, and split, and you're driving home....lose it, delete it, just don't keep it.
I thought it was the one that her part-time husband Bill used when he was the President.
But come on, that's less than the rounding error (except on PIII machines) on his balance.
I hope that everyone who opens a microwave oven while its running gets a burst every time. If only for not resetting the timer when they remove their food.
Or a few 1/6 screen ads every few minutes.
Or it could be standard off-the-shelf incompetence combined with a direct copy of Websense's duplicate get code.
Ah, beef tonight.
I think that's a very fair trade at $10/month.
Is this who purchased the *. certificate a few years ago?
That you have to design and build the CPU (and the rest of the device as well)
I'm curious. Why did you pick a natural resource that who's demand in the developed world is shrinking? And does that make any difference?
Seriously? Tell me that you made that up.
Amateur, my girlfriend has learned to ignore me when I do that.
I'm sure Georgia Power would love to replace their helicopter inspections of high-tension lines with two guys in a truck with 6 drones (so they can spend 8 hours flying without having to wait for battery packs to recharge).
It will also make it quieter. Having a helicopter hover for 10 minutes less 100ft from the house is RATHER LOUD.
A quick cop/paste into youtube and I've laughed milk out of my nose.
Thank you, sir.
I have a stack of cds like that...they're still blank.
Now, I have to google them myself.
So, Microsoft can't actually write a web browser by itself?
"They lumped the average person who wanted a second personal copy or the ability to replay a favorite show into the same category as the professional pirates."
That, sir, is the problem.
Who did they sell those certs to?
A P.O. box in Reston, VA?
Time to call the RAF.
I wish I had the means and resolve to make that mess.
Only if they stop using products that were produced from, or by the use of, petroleum. For example, pens, cars, planes, electronics, and most basically, food.
Once they do that (and perhaps you'd like to do it as well,) then I'll listen to what they have to say.
Doesn't the BOFH have a portable....nah, I don't want to spoil it
Thanks again, Simon.