It will change nothing .. You really think that the FBI will abide and play by the rules of the law ?
Mine's the one with the " i'm dying laughing call 911 " crest on the back
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It will change nothing .. You really think that the FBI will abide and play by the rules of the law ?
Mine's the one with the " i'm dying laughing call 911 " crest on the back
" Punishment of Kim Young-tae and the mind control of our employees. "
Says all i needed to know in that slide . Samsung is crossed out my purchase supplier list.
I'm getting out of here..
If they don't give a ____ about their employees , you really think they will do differently about a tech news outlet ? I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for an answer.
My coat please ..
" could have authorized these activities " in " could have requested these activities to take place in order to interfere with the internal politics of another sovereign nation. "
I therefore make the observation and propose that WE send them the ball back and hack their servers and publish emails, internal party notes , memos , papers and everything they use the internet for and put it on sites that can be accessed by their population. .. Restart the old shortwave stations , boost power by 100 and broadcast to their population programs where their memos are read live on the air .Give them a notice : stop hacking us or we chop in one foot pieces the cables that links them to the internet from their country and send the pieces back one by one in boxes marked " postage due " to the Kremlin.
Why play Mr Nice Guy ?
That is one case where the company should be forced to disclose to ALL it's email accounts holders that they done so and provide a link to delete their data and account in one click. Their mail service is to be avoided and as far as i am concerned , was deleted the moment Reuters broke the news.
I highly encourage those who haven't done so yet to do it.
Shame on America. They don't deserve neither our friendship ( what was left of it ) nor our business.
Did they say..." secure communications between printer and ink cartridge " ?
Has there ever been an exploit where a " rogue " ink cartridge actually infected computers ?
Sounds total bull to me .. but what do i know ..
The logical next step is to have the robots carry concealed firearms in their bellies to shoot any unauthorised person handling them . Think Rise of The Machines :)
Also coming in handy would be the " kick in the pants " icon
A few more i can think of , but they're unprintable in a classy ,family friendly ,publication like the Reg ..
Yeah .. more than time to call it quits for the week ..
for the whole Star Trek franchise to imitate Picard and > baldly < > ha ha < go where no one has gone before .. in mothballs.
I asked Frank's teacher why they weren't making a honest effort to teach him how to read and write ..
" We need people to pick the garbage up in the city ( Jacksonville Nathan A Forest High School ) .. that's what we're preparing him for "
Need i say more of the US Education system ?
They only care when public relations are a nightmare.
Alternative is to stop the licensing nonsense and just fund the BBC with income taxes within the country's budget and say bye bye to the snooping.
Don't tell me you can't levy a bit more taxes from your multi billion dollar profit making banks and the richest of your country that keep you poor on purpose of making good slaves out of you :)
Reach into their pockets for once and publically fund the BBC like we do with the CBC
Must be a hell of a slow day at the office to stir a storm about milk in a teapot.
Solve this by having several teapots
a) carries straight tea
b) tea and milk
c) tea milk and sugar etc etc ..
The End . J.C. i need a drink .. sunglasses on .. let's get the hell out of here
Have a good weekend
When will we see suspects armed with drones bombing the shit of civilians from a remote location ?
That is my very real nightmare .
Cheers .. ill drink a pint to that one :)
You just made my day
We say we don't trust the Chinese for equipment cause of backdoors bla bla ..
Now , can the Israeils with their agencies be any more trusted than the Chinese ?
Can their " cyber security " be any more trustworthy than the chinese's ? I doubt it very much.
In fact .. when cyber security is concerned , no country , the US , England , Israel , China or Russia can be trusted to give us secure equipment or applications not backdoored to serve their masters.
Security is an illusion. It's just a matter of taking sides imho.
Lesser of two evils ?
You assume that the FBI is being thuthfull when they say they can't , which of course is a serious mistake. Never trust the agencies to come out and tell the truth. NEVER .
With IRC you need to rely on a pastebin and file upload service to handle code and files.
Ex HexChat Just right click the user , send file simple .
Saying there's no way to send a file on IRC is totally false and has been for at least 10 years .
Check facts before publishing.
I wonder how long you guys will endure this Orwellian nightmare without revolting. It's insane. The Stasi would be raving jealous of what you have become.
Ex Taxi drivers .. they start the service , here in Montreal , don't pay taxes , screw up the real taxi drivers , their Uber drivers have no licence and pay no fees for their business , no permits nothing screwing the worker that feeds his family with his taxi, that is Uber drivershave no legal right ( the industry is ruled by law here ) to offer rides . Really
And they ask we let em do whatever the hell they want without following the laws and not paying taxes ? Yeah LIKE HELL
Yahoo is going the way of Excite and so many others.Down the drain and it will accelerate as it spins.
Why ? They offer nothing unique.
Just my two cents worth ..
Professional tip: never have carpet in a comms room
add to the reasons not to our public enemy 1 : static electricity.
Almost all AMX and Crestron controllers like that one are meant to be used primarily hardwired with CrestNet or AMLink. Yes there's local network access cause people like to use their tablets as touch panels.So we install wireless access points. And yes we have backdoors cause clients and previous programmers loose their login credentials . Hardcoded passwords exist in both these brands.
The controller in question is IR relay and rs-232 primarily , network is also there but as a general rule they are never connected to an outside facing net directly. Most BOFH's dont want anything from controllers on their networks and used on dedicated networks with no web access.
A/V control is not meant to spy on anyone. It's simply meant to control A/V equipment and in debugging systems during installation we do monitor the cat5 / crestnet / AMLink wires tied to it.
But again i repeat. This is not equipment that's normally tied directly to the internet and as a programmer / designer i would never recommend to use a local network to tie it all together.It's a separate lan with separate access points for the panels where required.
This is not a spying device. It's a controller for which we have a backdoor cause clients loose passwords :)
Remember that in the US the companies can do whatever they want because the consumer can't fight them on an equal footing. Nice to have laws .. but if you can't buy justice cause you're broke , they win.
Building new networks is nice. Allows them to use the latest in spying technology and monitor all the traffic plus keep tabs on everyone and all political opponents. I'm all for it. Just like the USA's Congress is tasting the pudding they dish out to their citizens ( the old if you have nothing to hide ... ) and obviously don't like to eat , maybe when everyone will be under scrutiny and the information gathered used to jail crooked politicians and traitors we will see an end to this universal big brother surveillance trip. The Army and politicians are the first that needs to be spied on. They are in positions to sell out their countries to damage the very citizens they swore to protect.
Spy the shit out of them and use the information to jail everyone of them that step out of the line.
If a friendly government has the key and the keys get jacked by an unfriendly , we're simply all screwed.
They got a bunch of what if's in their scenario .. but they always assume the government's defenses can't be penetrated and aren't ,which we all know is bullshit. So a) how can our friendly governments can tell us it's all fine the secret is safe with them ? i call total absolute bullshit on this and hence i must totally back tight encryption without backdoors.
Many of the places advertised here in Quebec have no operation permit, no sanitary control , no quality assurance and no way in hell you can be sure you won't sleep in a bedfull of bugs.Here it's really controversial because any person can get on and there is no control , not even a way to make sure they pay their taxes to the government. It's nice that " it can be done " but the how it's done is a health risk and in case of a dispute join the line of people that got screwed with no recourse.
I'm sticking to more traditional lawfull businesses that play by the book. I'm worth a clean bed.
they lie , spread FUD , speak of disasters that never happen so the scared little sheep can sleep soundly at night while they get preyed on by those who wants us to trust them ..
i mean .. anyone here ever read Peter and the Wolf ?
How many more times will it take for the people to wisen up and see that they have built not a fortress to keep em safe but a prison of which there's no escape ?
BBC interviews aren't available to your international readership. Please add some note to articles when they include such videos. The BBC is dang irritating lately.
Can we get drone owners for voyeurism when they fly over houses ?
Im totally for shooting the lot down.
This is not terrorism .. this is criminality period. Calling anything and everything terrorism is simply removing any true significance to the word. And btw these people were adults , they know cheating is wrong they knew they could get caught so if they get caught .. that's their personal problem. I got no pity for self inflicted wounds.
The US with all the surveillance and spying is now an open air prison that keeps tabs on you with your cell phone , with spy planes , spy satellites , wiretaps at large ( warrantless ) etc etc .. Need i say more ?
That's not the country of freedom and liberty.. it's the country of the freedom they let you have and liberty they let you have .
the US Marshall service does the same with planes covering 95% of the habited territory to spot phones of people wanted by the law and slurping data at the same time . Cessna planes using Boeing equipment.
MS says free upgrade for a year .. what does it mean .. you can upgrade for free within the first year and get to keep it for free after that period or it's an upgrade they give you use for a year then have to fork out ?
Really this has me confused no end and i can't find a clear answer ..
The same game with the same rules has been around for a solid 10 years. Just a different skin but that's all there is to it. Call it bejeweled or anything else , remains old stuff with nothing new to offer than more crappy graphics. Really .. that's no incentive to go win 10 .. In fact .. it just shows how lame microsoft is.
Indeed , a decent gen set , the transfer panel , emergency panel , installation ( muffler , gas / diesel tank / natural gas/propane tank + electrical work ) , decent vibration damping and possibly a remote emergency panel will cost a heck of a lot more than 3699 $
If one wants to get anywhere with the PC as entertainment box , we need to add several functionalities call them modules that need to be made and which i experimented with a long time. A power amp to drive external speakers ,an audio preamp module , vga dvi and hdmi switches , decent remote control and software and last a good old controller ( rs 232 control ports ( projector, tv ) relays ( screen, curtains etc ) , http and ir ) with http built in server to interface with phones or tablet. Everything needs be in the same box. The problem is not software , the problem for a real media PC is that it's missing the hardware functionality to make it come of age.
" Ballmer would be spinning in his grave. If he was dead, that is .. "
A familiar couple of IT workers we know can certainly arrange it to our satisfaction .. :)
A simple workplace accident like the BOFH and the PYF have the knack for, at a reasonable price ..
You know .. a mislabeled Halon cylinder , an elevator shaft ..
The higher you go up the corp ladder the worst it gets. I'm in Montreal at the headquarters of one of the largest Corporations in Canada and i'n in the boardroom , they got a conference system with wireless microphones right in the boardroom . Go to security and in the morning organize a small demonstration.
they have a man in the boardroom , we get to a spot the other side of the street at the same height and i open the scanner .. the corp was broadcasting their board meetings over unencrypted wireless mics for everyone to hear. Security is a top down thing , lawyer firms do the same in their conference rooms ..
It's the small devices that are traitors. Keeping files on a computer secure is the least of the issues plaguing the industry. Security in ANY firm is a top down thing. If the top don't see the issues ,people got to be in place to make them plain. Lawyer firms are no exception. How many of those " traitor " devices are around in your place of business ? The more important the data is and decisions taken , the more a need for competent security exists in a ,have to be considered, hostile environment. Computers is but one way to access the decision makers and steal their information and secrets.
On that regard most firms have failing grades.
The big big big difference here is for a foreign power to forward their intel to political personnel in a foreign country to derail the internal politics of a country. This type of interference is totally unwelcomed anywhere in the world and what's surprising is that the senators did not immediately pick the phone and call in the President to inform him of this affairs. Interference of this type should have led to a total break in diplomatic relations and an immediate suspension of all aid to Israel . But the USA is a weak country and not a leader anymore. They are dying a slow death furthered by the republicans actions. Too bad , the USA used to be a place to look up to , now laughing stock of the world.
Nothing ever replaced or can replace it . Pamela ( whatever her real name is ) was doing a fantastic job.
When i saw a comment a bit further up i thought he meant it, that Grok was back up . It lays there , nothing new on . Yet i keep hope that one day that it will somehow come back up live.
Sounds like a BOFH job to me .. :)
A) Don't take your phone abroad. Life can and does go on without one. Specially when going on vacation.
B) Use dumb 1990's style cell phone that makes phone calls period when you travel by plane a.Flip phone will do nicely.
C) Get a local throw away , use it , send your data home , ditch phone when done and recup data once you're home.
For the rest there's pen ,paper envelopes and mail . They are more secure than your telephone.
Religions is nothing but troube , massacres , violence and wars.
I hope they disappear off the planet. I jokingly replied to a friend's comment ..
" The greatest achievement of the Devil is to have us believe he dosen't exist "
" The greatest achievement of the Devil is to have us believe God exists "
Killing in the name of God makes no sense. Total insanity in fact.
Seems that the law of return is hitting them with a very large clue stick.
If you launch patent wars or do like you accused others of doing, it's no wonder you run in trouble.
People just wait for you at the next corner and you shouldn't be surprised if you get mugged solid.
Maybe Apple will not be so fast suing companies for telephones with round corners once they have their phones banned This time , even Obama might not be able to save them.
YIKES listening to that idiot Bieber is qualified as cruel and unusual punishment .. but in this case i totally agree . They should be quartered for putting crap on machines leaving the factory . In fact i kind of agree that laptops should be virgins when they leave the factory and have nothing on it but the os without any bloatware/crapware on them .. Bring back the guillotine :)
Next in line is what ? Ah yes . Man sits on loo in McDo , why not put this time to good use and show the user laxative and toilet paper adverts.. A million opportunities missed ...
These guys said it best
New Pi , Now with NSA and other related outfits backdoors and trojans ..
Need i say more ? Great .. < drums desk > Just great.
Yeah the first dose is free ..
Nope no thanks this one wont fly .. win 7 is stable , does the job for the little i use windows wy should i go to 10 and pay and pay when the kit i have works perfectly well for the use i have ?
Nope , the yearly subscription is just subscribing to misery and probably more expensive than an outright buy . I haven't seen numbers yet fee/year but the whole thing smells.
Indeed .. every time that the politicians have a knee jerk reaction and keep hacking at our freedom and liberty , the terrorists win.
Ignore them totally , giving credits to terrorists for actions like at Charlie makes them more popular.
We have to ignore these people and let secret services handle them the only way that works.
Bomb the shit out of them . In fact .. i'd go one step further .. Make the actions of the secret services even more atrocious than the terrorists's , play their game and start paying them back with interest .. if they see savagery and feel and experience worse violence than their own , maybe they will think twice before attacking again .. I do not see how else we'll ever be left in peace. Reasoning wont work with them .