115 posts • joined 8 Oct 2012
Re: Which OS?
here it is from the linked article,
Uroburos supports 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows systems. Due to the complexity of this malware and the supposed spying techniques used by it, we assume that this rootkit targets governments, research institutes, or/and big companies.
Betas these days are what people used to call demos.
This is great, it's not enough that I should succeed others must fail.
I can't wait to see what prison sentence and mega fines people get for this, surely they will both be large numbers.
Screen Size for these prices is absolutely disgusting.
Thanks for those facts. Please don't forget the link to your peer reviewed research in future, I'll take this on merit for now as those are really small percentages.
I am staggered, not that trying to clean up the internet from illegal material is a bad thing, but who the hell is going to Google or Microsoft to search for it?
Surely if this was the case it wouldn't be hard for either of those two companies to identify that this is happening and forward that information on to the relevant authorities.
This is propaganda for mumsnet, this does nothing to stop the wider issue of stopping child abuse issues on the internet.
I've actually been on the receiving end of this pay scale crap. Interesting to know why I was.
still not sure why governments don't have their own development houses, not that I'm saying that would make every government project fantastic but it gets tiresome to hear about how X many contractors were brought in or Y amounts outsourced to make a frigging website.
I'm curious how big they are in the whole grand scheme of piracy. I've never heard of the majority of them. You'll be doing this a long time trying to take down the small websites, and the bigger ones will just get more and more proxies for access. Yes, another well thought out plan.
Re: OK El-Reg...
You're on the frigging site already, commenting on an article. I'm not sure how much more attention you could possible give them.
I'd prefer more Evangelion style "robots". I mean, who doesn't like tang?
Re: hope this pushes Android to improve it's existing pressure support
How about some useful pressure and dump investment into making a battery that will last days. There's a real innovative idea.
"Internet of Things", why is this a phrase and why is the idea of it actually needed. I've never been at work and thought "shit, if only I could check my fridge or microwave", maybe if I was a project manager I would but I am not.
Who buys into this? That is an absurd amount of money even before you think, "huh whens the last time they had a profit, but fuck logic WE HAVE CELEBRITIES INSTAGRAMMING THEIR FOOD.
Midnight was a fantastic episode. I also liked the Devil episodes in the 2nd of new who.
Re: Enterprise Management
Those are some nice facts, thanks for the references to back it up. Truly an inspired comment, one worthy of an upvote.
Very much more fo the same
Which isn't necessarily a bad thing but I don't think it's worth the £40 price tag it currently has, maybe £30, £25 more of that area I would recommend buying it at. Considering there isn't that many new assets and whatnot.
Anyone who isn't a trader is surely already laughing. If not, you should be.
Re: just purchased a 27"
Holy shit. This reads like one of those fake reviews you see dotted around the net.
These words need to stop being created.
Re: Overclocking a PC?
Don't forget about the RAM timings.
Re: Worlds worst Director....
No. Seriously, No. Bay is an oscar winning artist of a director compared to him.
It was then suggested that a new system be created, there is now one more redundant system.
Why was he chosen? Simply because he looks like Jobs at a young age, I cannot fathom any other reason.
Re: If he's an expert...
What the hell are you possibly reading that leads you to see testes vs. testecles everywhere? Do we even want to know?
Re: I must be getting old
I don't think shows are picked for TV based on their adverts. Not to mention when it was on UK TV I don't remember any song or dance about it, when say compared to Suits (which is a good show, but basically chewing gum) were Dave went balls to the wall and helped dispel the myth that had - "if its on Dave its a repeat or shit."
I just question why is such a massive American TV show never made it across, nearly every other other has in some form (The Wire, Mad Men, The Sopranos, Lost etc. etc.) and Breaking Bad is right up there among those other highly recieved shows. Not all those shows were on terrestrial TV but I'd believe most people would have heard of them in some form. r
Re: Do i look like i care
Your commenting so I can assume you care about something related to the topic or you would have ignored it.
Re: I must be getting old
I am still gobsmacked that it was never aired in the UK, think C5 may have showed the first series, it's a great well acted, well written show. It gets rave reviews in the USA but somehow was never suited to the UK market (unlike a load of other crap)
The year of our lord twenty and thirteen someone in media has common sense. My days, probably harder to make money this way.
Re: The actual story
It's not a bad stop off for tourists in Tunisia having been to the A New Hope set. There isn't much else between civilisation and the Sahara.
Re: Divine Justice
The article fails to mention the follow,
"Nabil Gasmi, of the University of Sousse, Tunisia, visited the Mos Espa site in 2009, and noted that part of a nearby set used in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope had already been overrun."
". We've already paid US$500M to rightsholders so far and by the end of 2013 this number will reach US$1bn. Much of this money is being invested in nurturing new talent and producing great new music."
Maybe his beef is with the wrong people?
Re: Like there never was a matrix 2 and 3
I turned salvation off after a gigantic 1000 ton robot managed to SNEAK UP ON THEM IN THE MIDDLE OF A FLAT DESERT. I don't ask a lot from my action movies, but come on...
Maybe he thinks punch cards are still used everywhere?
Terrorism, the new word for communism.
I wonder how many new laws have came about because of "terrorism".
Of reading about how "unethical" it is to avoid paying tax. Maybe I'll and the companies will care when it stops being unethical and becomes illegal.
Re: Battlefield 3/4 - Star Wars ???
1942? Not even EA are using the setting (much) these days. Not like they used to anyway. It's all tacticool modern shooters with added realism, blue filters, and lens flare. No exceptions.
Just licence Obsidian the KotOR franchise, pretend TOR didn't happen and I'll be happy.
Interesting stuff, good Friday morning read.
Wonder if a few of them network cables have ever slipped out.
Re: Ten Windows Tablets - the Eadon Review
Works in chrome, and by extension I assume Firefox with greasemonkey. Now just to tinker until it removes the whole discussion.
Meanwhile where their is serious money...
look at the insurance industry. It's been fairly successful in standardizing a lot of information.
I don't get why there just isn't something like this for the NHS.
These mmos go to incredible lengths to stop hacks being possible, can't catch them all but they're doing a fine job of it.
I bet most of these are VB programs that look like they were thrown together by a 12 year old child, and in fact probably were. What's more surprising is that people actually think these things would work.
Screw the water levels with a rusty jagged piece of metal.
First time reading/hearing about this.
Is this another single sign on attempt? Like MS Passport? Which no one wanted or trusted.
I still don't get why ease of use is better than having a decentralised point of failure. If that database (as far as I understand you still sign into Persona and it uses wizardry to sign you in elsewhere) got compromised you'd still be up a creek without a paddle.
Don't think about stuffing that sock down there just yet...
"Perhaps unsurprisingly, they preferred men who were tall, long and V-shaped. Overall, body shape accounted for about 80% of the variation in attractiveness scores, penis size about 6% and height about 5%."
Also, the study doesn't take into account a few things. Such as the female participants may have been biased towards larger penis' based on sexual pleasure, or if you're a grower and not a shower you lose out, and finally other cultures where full clothing isn't typically worn.
So there you have it, unless you are short, O shaped, and have a grower rather than a shower then you might want to consider using a lot of socks.
Then again, if you are tall, V shaped, well endowed and drink too much of tasty beverage in the icon it'll all be for nothing as nothing is making the little private stand to attention.
Re: Anyone else still considering installing WinXP systems?
I snagged some licences for it when I still had my student MSDN account. Using them on some old laptops and a netbook, why not? all I use them for is hooking up to the TV to watch something on netflix.
Couldn't care less (at the minute) if BT have a supposed monoply...
All I know is over the years I can't fault their customer service too much (at least compared to other services) and that I get 5MB/sec over their fibre.
Maybe I bad attitude to have, but all they need to do now is run it the 20 metres from the cabinet to my house.
Still a fair bit behind over countries, I hear our scandinavian friends have insane speeds. The google fibre throwing out close to 1GB/sec to Kanas is also fairly astonishing (up and down stream).
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