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* Posts by Dave 27

9 posts • joined 26 Jul 2010

Password manager LastPass goes titsup: Users LOCKED OUT

Dave 27

Lastpass can work in offline mode, I guess this is why I hadn't noticed there was a problem until I saw this article.

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You TWITS! Facebook exec erects billboards shaming texting drivers

Dave 27

So I won't be able to send a text as a passenger in a car, or as a passenger on the train/bus?

Brilliant.

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Facebook: 83 million IMPOSTERS stalk our network

Dave 27

Spotify?

What about all the accounts that have been created purely to get to Spotify?

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Infosec and B-Sides: Security biz exhibitions face off in London

Dave 27

Don't forget 44cafe and dc4420 that also held free talks in nearby Troubador. The Vendor presentations at Infosec can all be comprehensively covered online by going to the Vendor websites. I see Infosec's main use in attracting lots of people to a central place, these people can then visit the much more valuable 'cons' taking place nearby.

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Facebook security profiling doesn't like African log-ins

Dave 27

Amount of sympathy felt for "Raj from Vancouver" = 0

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App steers cyclists away from traffic, upward inclines

Dave 27
Grenade

London cyclists

"Maybe it'll encourage London cyclists to obey traffic lights, but , cynical pedestrians that we are, we doubt it"

And maybe the huge choice of in-car sat-navs with speed camera locations will encourage drivers to drive according to the road conditions?

Having said that, there are lot of twattish London cyclists, you don't see much of that kind of behaviour oop north anyway.

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Caretaker faces jail for putting abuse images on boss's laptop

Dave 27

Ctrl alt deceipt

Where in the story does it say he used the unlocked computer? How do you know he didn't take the HDD out and put the images on there from home then put the HDD back in?

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vBulletin vuln gifts admin credentials to unwashed masses

Dave 27

v 3.8.6

That's because of this bit of the story "The flaw in version 3.8.6"

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Dave 27

affects v 3.8.6

Yes, the story does say "The flaw in version 3.8.6 of vBulletin". So it's not surprising the version you tested didn't fess up.

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