What? Is that some kind of cling-on?
133 posts • joined 26 Oct 2009
What? Is that some kind of cling-on?
I must be missing something obvious, since i can't see why you'd use a toy sieve of an OS for mission-critical work in the first place ..?
and why one needs flash to access audio content on BBC
What Marx probably would have said is that the current proliferation of service industries is merely an indication of the weakness of capitalism in the areas in which they emerge and that they are simply processing value created elsewhere.
... then without Windows!
>>One way to make IE and Edge safer is to disable their internet access<<
(McEnroe voice) You cannot be serious?? If you aren't, then that's quite amusing.
Utterly preposterous that their 'new' browser can suffer these kinds of vulns.
I've had the misfortune to touch about 4 Win 10 boxes and i think in every case Edge seemed to be fundamentally broken.
Don't you mean http://technojeeves.com/tech/freebsd_logo.png ?
Ideal for a defeated Trump to retire to with his family to escape the imaginary Mexican threat. He can afford it - or so he says...
That's just the ticket - juxtaposition of Arabic/Quranic marks and bacon. Clickbait? Or a bid to be the next Salman Rushdie? ;)
There are probably innumerable reasons. My own use case: play an audio file and close the laptop machine down at a time of my choice. In the meantime, i do NOT want or need to be logged in.
I don't expect some asshat to ignore my nohup and at commands and treat my like some moron
Since a capable Linux user would treat this as normal behaviour – why sit there watching a screen when there's nothing happening, it's unwelcome.
I must have read this a dozen times. And it still doesn't make a blind bit of sense ,,,
What i can't understand is, in these malware tales, why the malware vectors are almost never identified. Maybe someone can explain?
He is said to travel to the UK to install Oracle databases at hotels and restaurants.
Presumably they'll take this offence into consideration too ...
You got my upvote because you're right but they can probably count on only a minuscule number of their targets to know that, so they'll brag anyway.
Personally, if i didn't feel i was being bilked by the likes of HP or if i didn't require a degree in statistical analysis to figure out how to get value for money ( if indeed that's possible ), i'd do a lot more printing instead of avoiding it like the proverbial.
I'm more worried than unamused - i think it's time Dabbsy went to see someone
SEC warns cybersecurity is biggest threat to financial system
How does that work? Isn't that like saying safety is the biggest threat?
Energy harvested from bacteria alone isn't enough to provide a decent charge. In 2013, a team of scientists from Bristol Robotics Laboratory managed to produce a meagre 2.5mW – much lower than the 5W output of a typical phone charger – from urine-powered bacteria.
Why not combine the two approaches then? I often find I piss in the plant pots after a big night out so finding my spare phone charged in the morning would help to alleviate the hangover.
It is "basically real-time translation of Linux syscalls into Windows OS syscalls"
There should be a name for that. How about ENIW? Geddit?
Windows phone owners today are "collateral users" – they just happen to be standing in the path of a major platform update.
Windows owners today ...
And if you don't think you're standing in that path - yes you enterprise Win 7 users for instance - how sure are you that you won't see Win 10 the next time you look?
You're probably right!
The password found within the app's code allowed the hackers to access the app’s settings. From there they tapped into the phone's system settings ...
Worse than leaving a hard-coded password in the app, why on earth should breaking in to application-level code be able to lead on to (what should be) OS-level access?
Hint: None of them are Apple
None of them IS Apple
You're a cybercrime kingpin. You need a new evil lackey. How much do you tell them?
Err .. "we're called Google"?
fuel consumption of around "250 mpg (equivalent)
Not bad! So a journey of 250 miles is going to cost me about £3.79 (a litre of petrol being roughly £1 at value stations) then?
feedback from our customers is really important to the team and to me personally. I read the blogs, I read the comments, I read social media ...
Pity they don't react to the reception of the spyware control-freak platform that's Windows 10
The year before, the same hospital saw no less than eight firemen...
You mean "no fewer"
OTOH, they're looking for people high on the sociopathic spectrum for management. Qualities sought include:
a. no empathy with customers or regard for their best interests and wishes
b. a complete lack of conscience/remorse
c. ability to view humans as merely potential profit centres and datamines
So, as these become more popular will we see management getting fake anti-phishing (i.e. phishing) links?
Things like stenography can be detected when comparing to original source (if available else where) etc.
You mean, say, by traces of nail polish from a secretary?
Our office currently gets about 50 emails a day which are not picked up by the a/v at the ISP, the different a/v on the gateway nor the a/v on the desktop. Many of these look like ...
All very commendable, not to say heroic. So why exactly are you still using Windows?
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The above is a dump of a gpg-encrypted file containing 16 famous digits. I must be missing something - where are the metadata there?
Facebook brings European cats' snaps ...
I didn't know cats take photographs ...
Bookending such a pair of tech heavy weights has sparked much debate over what the Vatican is up to.
Or what Tim (a better candidate for the appellation "Whore of Babylon") Cook is up to. Come on guys - follow the money!
and is detected by only a handful of antivirus platforms.
Then when you next login,
No, no, no! The verbal form is TWO words. What you've got is a noun
I myself am near a 100% Linux person
I hope the odour isn't bothering you
Windows Feedback is full of upvoted "stop trying to control this for me" messages, so it appears a general problem.
If it's any consolation (see my Convergence Alert comments elsewhere) Linux is getting like that too with "Don't worry your pretty head about how systemd works or its specs - it just does" or "don't worry that systemd logging is binary and will be well and truly fscked if things get corrupted - it just won't happen" and the like.
That would have too many complications for them; they'd get sued for deceptive marketing promises faster than you can say "class action", for one thing.
But you'd think that would already have happened. It hasn't - in any significant way.
My password has twenty five symbols. Be my guest
afaicr 'mandatory' secure boot is illegal on anything other than ARM
Oops - should have been Convergence alert
Snover, you could argue, is trying to make Windows more like Linux.
And Sievers and Poettering, you could argue, are trying to make Linux more like Windows
a. you elect to carry an electronic tag
b. you elect to publish details of your tag
What could possibly go wrong?
Not having the data in the first place. Which I believe was her point about the "tokenisation" of the credit card numbers - apparently they explicitly did not save six of the digits which make them usable.
Except that they DID have (some of) the data, which means that they could be used in a social engineering attack which is most certainly a 'format' above encryption, not below it.
Only three of 55 antivirus products detect the ransomware through static VirusTotal analysis, however this is not necessarily indicative of real-world dynamic scanning results.
Why not? Have enterprises access to better/different AVs? Or is it fewer than three in the real world?
If there's anything likely to make me start feeling a little kippery about the issue, it will be that picture+caption
Yes and it would be possible for the good guys to see how the bad guys could bork it and therefore help to harden it
Git, afaik, needs SSH. Teaching Windows to do that is a bit like getting a cat to bark isn't it?