36 posts • joined Tuesday 5th January 2010 11:12 GMT
Not that long ago
that the UK weather forecast was technically an official secret and the ordnance survey maps had blank spaces on them where the military bases were - even the ones with public roads running along side them.
We Brits take our secrecy very seriously - especially when its in full public view.
.... if you have a multi-million node botnet, it's silly to try to hide it behind the 4000-relay Tor network .............
Unless you are doing traffic handling analysis to assist with tracking of course.
Can't think who would possibly want to do that though.
....the 2008 vintage training manual ......
So this is 5+ year old information.
Lots of improvements in those 5 years no doubt.
Re: "Bad news; All the governments and most coporations are full of'em!"
That is not really fair on lizards.
Re: Are they sure...
Or the finger print just overlapping the sprockets into the frame.
In the current climate
I do hope that he has patented it.........................
Re: Bradbury died last *year*?
Would that be Terra or Martian years?
Re: 100 meters is less than a full brontosaurus?
I notice that we don't seem to have an El reg unit for time.
A serious oversight IMHO
Just a couple machines running Windows 7 and a Samsung Galaxy tab.
make you wonder how it got through 510k in the first place
was it fitted with a finger print reader by any chance?
.....lose all historical statements data on 18th April......
Should be fun explaining that to the tax man when he call and wants to see 7 years of records.
the way that it was parked on double lines.
how sad, what a pity, never mind.
require a log on using the licence number and the registered postcode.
Would remove the problem of not being able to view when outside the UK.
Won't happen though - far too simple
of useless organisations that obviously haven't noticed which way the wind is now blowing.
Should help the economy drive a bit.
Will want to see
the get out clauses in the warranty agreement before I buy one.