213 posts • joined 29 Nov 2011
Wait for it...
Pretty shitty move that....!
@ Dr. Mouse
It also looks rather horrible.
That's debatable to be honest...but is a very valid point and I propably would tend to debate in favour of your point. Guess it depends if you have the readies and tech to ensure you're on the right side of the compliance matrix though.We don't, so need to be cost effective and do the right thing. Not easy but do-able.
We use both - on one website we use a seperate pop up for the payment processor and on another system we use tokens.
We are of course compliant in both and certified.
Re: We do it on our website
"Means we don't have to comply with PCI DSS! That's a few million very year saved."
Actually yes you do need to undergo a compliancy check and get the certification. However it also means, as you correctly state, that you won't need to secure your infrastructure to meet PCI compliance for non token based environments.
Why? Surelyit is easier to have your website open a window direct to your payment processor? Means it completely by passes your site and you don't to worry about tokens etc..
Of course you need to get the PCI compliance certificate but I had no issue getting past the SAQ...all the cert company did was open the link on the website and cehcked the URL...of course the payment processor needs to be also compliant and that is verifiable via the payment processor at a cost of I beleive £50.
Re: Low Ball
You'd get a fair amount with my utter contempt and ever burning hatred...
Politicians and Technology - water & oil
When are these politicians going to learn that they are not experts, that sound bites tend to come back and take a chunk out of their arses, that they cause more problems than creating solutions that actually work, that frankly they should know by now to stay away from anything resembling a keyboard and most certainly to learn that "social media" is not a one way tool and indeed trolling is no worse than heckling these arseholes on the hustings.
Nemisis and the ABC Warriors...
Those who can't teach
"The programme’s objectives include tackling cyber crime and making the United Kingdom among the best places in the world to run secure e-commerce operations."
I laughed. Simple fact...unless there is a financial return or there is a regulatory requirement a lot of companies don't get give a rats arse if they need to spend £££.
I will say that my comment comes off the back of a meeting with the CFO to invest in some basic security measures that we are currently lacking.
Thank fek its bloody Friday.
Now that is some decent looking and amazingly enough USEFULL tech...
Not often the two come hand in hand...well done to eegeo...
Here's a pint to the devs...well done!
Re: Rampant Imaginings
Usually the board. Sometimes, for a split second, I do wonder where these people come from. Then reality takes hold again and I find my happy place.
Re: Rampant Imaginings
i like crisps
Inspired. You must be my boss.
MAKE IT LIKE IT IS IN MY HEAD!
Shift everything to the cloud...its the only choice. Oh...wait...
Seems the site is bouncing harder than the doormen at the Big Market in Newcastle when confronted with Amazonian Geordie lasses wearing less than owt and brains to boot.
@ Dan -
Luckily "make it like it is in my head" is recognized in the field of jurisprudence.
Things that make me weep
From a supplier, one of their "technical" guys -
"We need a public key for us to log into to set up sending the file"
The really annoying part is that I have to be polite.
Re: Ok, you've had your fun
Shurely if its digital its free...stands to reason innit...
I was offered an interview with them...cloud product manager was the job title I seem to remember.
When sent the interview format was told that I needed to give a presentation on new trends in cloud computing and how KC could position its technology offerings to service these trends.
In other words we have totally run out of ideas and being the utterly useless shower that we are have decided to migrate our product development team to HR resourced candidates.
Given that I have hated KC since the 90's thanks to their completely futile tech/customer support service the quicker these jokers are out of business the better for Hull, East Yorkshire and most likely the universe.
Worked with this few years ago...
As with all third party stuff...how much do you trust them to have x portion of your business running on their kit.
Same old same old
Microsoft - at the forefront of delivering world class secure computing environments since 197x
Work for Amazon?
Think I'd rather rip my gnads off.
Is it wrong that I cringe whenever I hear of a politician either threatening to talk about technology or actually is talking about technology?
So I presume that said bugs, if still alive have been sent to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nauru_detention_centre ?
Given our kleptomaniac ocker cousins famed levelheadedness and passion for fair play, integration of different peoples and love of nature and dingoes.
Bye Bye Money Bye Bye
https://twitter.com/mtgox <--- oh look....all gone!
https://bitcoinfoundation.org/blog/?p=462 <---- oh look....all gone MkII
Mines a pint.
This way the virt did fly!
SQL must be run in virtual environments! There is no other way for any business relying on SQL to manage its estate of databases! You cannot run SQL on a bare tin system! You must run your data store local in the VM! You must...
Sometimes I wish I had never gotten into IT.
Money for old rope
As an ex fish I stand by my title.
Also "suckers born every x minutes".
Re: Fundamental Questions
How long the toilet paper is? Really? So you'd be happy with cheap bog roll that will falls to bits as soon as it gets any where near any vaporous anal cavity resulting in dirty hands, an unwiped arse and a good chance of follow on issues of passing nasty butt bugs to other users thanks to your dirty hands (oh you will wash your hands...but tell me...is there a sink in your stall?) or would you rather a more resilient solution consisting of two or maybe even three ply sheets that are not so rough that they cut your anus to shreds or don't fall to pieces in the presence of a vaporous butt crack?
Length is not really the issue is it?
How much do you want to spend?
All other questions are secondary until you know this.
Re: Yahoo layout boohoo
fair enough...point was that you can use an email client...
Yahoo layout boohoo
Thunderbird is your friend.
Re: Utter Bastards
Now we're talking! I approve this. And the overtime. Which of course I charge to the department responsible for the fucking around in the first place.
And make sure that the next time they get uppity I make comment that they seem to have not been involved in any pron related incidents recently. Especially around budget time.
Re: Utter Bastards
This is true. In fact as a manager I take my manager...who has an even bigger wallet, a brain only out done by the lesser spotted newt and a bizarre eagerness to please.
Re: Utter Bastards
Indeed the manager would. The support staff though...tasked with incident management....not so much.
Re: Utter Bastards
Anyone in tech support able to read "derided by the staff for "not being able to take a joke" when the tech staff so much as make a comment that actually its not that funny." as not being able to see through this one in under three seconds should not be touching a keyboard.
Suggest mucking out as a possible career choice. No need to think and even better...no keyboards. A veritable win win.
Oh sure it's hilarious to fake something like that...ha ha ha...of course the poor bastards in tech support...oh they DON'T get to clock off...oh no...they'll be there dealing with this infantile prank while the laggardly laggards are out wanking about as well as most likely getting blamed for it happening or derided by the staff for "not being able to take a joke" when the tech staff so much as make a comment that actually its not that funny.
Re: Are we really surprised?
Looks that way.
Well...I'd say that but I'm not sure we're allowed to look at anything not gov approved...
I reckon its about time that ever good and decent Britisher gets a good sized trout (or any other suitable form of fish) and marches on Parliament for a good round of smack the fish upside a moronic politicians head.
Two hits in one swing gets bonus points.
When are the lazy bastards next in session?
Are we really surprised?
I mean it really takes an idiot of epic proportions to really consider this stupidity as a realistic proposition.
Thankfully we have a pretty decent judiciary that will laugh this out of the statue books...just like they did the entire us going to war against Iraq thing...
I remember an ad for a infrastructure programme. They were looking for a project manager with Agile and Waterfall experience to consolidate some data centres.
Of course I applied for shits and giggles but nothing came of it...it seemingly went to the great job waiting room in the sky...aka "the role is on hold".
Re: American 'English' Dictionary...
@ AC 13:22
Sales people know where the bodies are buried in the customer base - who's unhappy with the existing vendors products, who has had bad installs....
Perhaps the sales guys do....but its the vendor support staff who really know...and why. As well as who sold shit.
Nasty nasty nasty.
I would say that if this is correct then there is a good case to be made to block Linkedin in totality. As well as getting data encryption (not from a US based company either....I'd plumb for a German firm most likely) as standard in the business.
Brit IT Bosses
Or in other words IT Directors. Who we already know are as about as useful as a chocolate fire grate.
So what are they telling their patients? Patience?
Was the name ot the alien Hans?
Re: private clouds offered the same benefits as AWS
Indeed...wasn't there a bit of an Amazon outage just last week?
Not sure if it this is bug or not but my bronze badge seems to have done a runner...only noticed today....
@ Joe Green
No...I understand that and that is a very salient point. However narrowing down the cause to something that aids the rest of us is not bad thing. I don't expect IP addresses and machine names but a general statement of whether it was power or bad code which has been rectified is not a bad thing.
Bearing in mind that we have such controversy surrounding "cloud" there has to be some level of openness when the shit hits the fan. I mean..if I am going to entrust my data to a third party I certainly want to know what went wrong at some level...not a statement that "we did a root cause" with nothing else. So I reckon it also makes commercial sense to have some transparency. Even if they said that effected companies have been given full details of the root cause analysis would have been fine.
When I worked for a major storage vendor the one thing that was drummed into us as technical support managers was to be as honest and open with our customers in the event of outages. We managed to get a pretty good reputation for providing not only top notch support but honesty (well as far as tech support was concerned) as well.
@ Matt Bryant
I guess that explains the comment regarding their root cause analysis and not actually stating what the actual fault was...
Pint coz its Friday night
For the birds
Not even RfC1149 is safe!
Pint coz...well its more than popcorn!
Re: Primary Sources
@ Dan 55
Yep...23.0.1 here as well...and I'd have thought TERENA would be pretty solid...what with it being the Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association...
And to think Janet never refused me!
So I click on the link to the pdf - https://fluff.bris.ac.uk/fluff/u3/injf/JrSqL_pJj2KGMP6QmfB1MQHUR/09_Sept_Nigel_Smart_Breaking_the_SPDZ_limits.pdf
and firefox tells me -
fluff.bris.ac.uk uses an invalid security certificate.
The certificate is not trusted because no issuer chain was provided.
(Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer)
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