Avoid Zyxel then
Would seem to be a start, they seems to be prolifically lazy
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Would seem to be a start, they seems to be prolifically lazy
You know, with network taps and fuckloads of buffered data storage with machine AI flagging and xrefing shit for you...
Coupled with backdoored encryption, natch.
Impressive, they claim to know what they don't know. You'd think the judge, based on experience here also with his son, might have spotted that one, too.
Obviously there will be some quantity of unknown 'perps' which means the number will be higher but given that they've obviously been tracking the listed perps for a while they can't claim to know that the unknown number will be 'substantially' higher of large-scale naughty folk, as you'd think they would have blipped across their spying radar simply due to the volume of their activity.
And yes, I too would think that 'unverified' would be a reasonable cause for complaint. This judge has a strong whiff of
backhander bias about him.
Am I the only one that (3-4 years ago, admittedly, when I last had to deal with it) has seen the downloaded install-yourself WP core code and thought it was written by a 12-year old?
A serious question, I promise.
This, sir has saved me making exactly this post and thusly you are rewarded a just, if virtual, pint.
They could appear to themselves everyday. On Closed-Circuit TV.
Seeing as most people paid more tax than Facebook last year, perhaps the govt's have found a ruse to get a shitload of it back whilst blaming it on the NSA...
In this case they'll be billing a 'higher power' ...
Power. Geddit? Coat got.
"Thanks for the heads-up, Mr McKinnon"
That's always been 'possible' but Google have held off from that for WAY too long as a standard Android feature. They even accidentally (seemingly) had the ability in a KitKat(?) version but a subsequent incremental update nixed it, IIRC
Perhaps some better 3rd party permission managers will appear now marshmallow at least has this much overdue capability
That was a obviously typo, I'm pretty certain *** $ *** 80 was intended not '£'
Still, always good to be a strong singer in the apple choir, regardless, eh? You might get selected for the i-factor
In an ideal world. Yes.
But, in the meantime, who do I write to to utterly surrender my liberties like a good, right-thinking member of the electorate?
Was looking for bronze. Didn't spot silver.
Extreme cognitive bias. now, where's my dingy lair..?
Wait a minute, where's my steenkin' badge???
Our records show you have been a member since 2007-06-12
Must add this to my LinkedIn profile along with Hollowing out Volcanoes & Womble Wrangling
Or just have everyone leave for a private sector salary instead...
Other peoples' badly-written CSS, that is...
You end up writing ever more fiddly, stupid and idiotic clauses & conditions to catch ever more niche cases and the entire thing becomes an utterly farcical and unworkable pile of unfit-for-purpose shit.
All because someone doesn't wan't to sit down and re-draft the lot sensibly.
This is now how I think of HMRC.
Bloody hell. Just googled and *I* paid more tax than Farcebook last year, too, and I'm by no means minting it.
Are HMRC saying that no job should take longer than a month and if it does, regardless of business sector and public/private sector, then the person doing that work must become an employee of the entity requiring the work???
I must have misunderstood because that does not compute in any market and it's obvious that it doesn't, even to someone as stupid as a bureaucrat.
Not even that.
Steel nets to foul props (assuming it's not an impellor), tow rope & maybe a wideband jammer to interrupt C&C self-destruct, which presumably it has.
Tow it to a big metal box and get the screwdrivers out.
So what, then, Dolphin ?
Or do you mean you could actually still get by fine with a Nokia 6320 ?
Did anyone else read that as Top Of The Pops ?
(Is a UK thing)
Gunther von Hagens gets my vote for the job
Presumably by spaffing known (but seemingly random) packets at enough TOR nodes you can start to fathom relationships between ingress and egress points and correlate it with other data?
Assuming you have enough nodes of your own to make the comparisons?
Just wondering, probably don't understand enough about the mechanics of TOR, not being a user.
Clearly lives in an unaccountable data fetish bubble. And is possibly a bit of a lunatic.
Did I spell his name right?
And another for a timely reminder of the bleeding obvious which people seem to need so frequently these days
Apart from being able to get rid of staff in a legally-compliant manner (and equal-ops stuff, etc) it's always seemed to me that HR is its own justification for its own existence... in its own view.
Just out of interest/nosiness...
You'd think that would be a good way to find people to 'invite' to take the full course, by crowd-sourcing your candidates from a cut-down test
What a massive fucking waste of battery.
I just ordered a SONY Z5 - FB really expected to be 'scanning' 23MP images for fizzogs? Piss off.
So, the defence can show they weren't then?
Yup, a month of offline daily backups on a separate system here.
Maybe if I fall victim (not that I use Magento), I should restore a backup and say "Your code is crap. 500 bitcoin to not release the decrypt exploit"
Have you SEEN the people out there in 'the World'??? Jeepers, no wonder ;o)
I think the DK effect applies equally outside the workplace, also... much evidence.
Never suffer fools.
Glady or otherwise.
"Superpower", natch ;oD
Catering to non five-eyes demographics won't increase profit. Most people still think that's a conspiracy yarn, despite Snowden.
Cos you always suspend your employees when they voice a concern about something right?
DEV: "Oh this ecommerce checkout code might have a bit of a security hole in it"
BOSS: "Off you go Jenkins. Gardening leave for you, m'laddo"
So move them to an RO repository off your PC and only keep the stuff you are working on in a RW storage location.
Will be doing that with the NAS's this week. Not that I expect to get caught but my security is dependent to some extent on the security of those I regularly communicate with and frankly they're probably rubbish.
Would be an excellent way for a state attacker to generate unaccountable slush fund cash to fund other 'more traditional' activities below an auditing/accounting radar.
See title, substitute URL of your choice.
"Why can't we all just get along?"
- The President of the United States of America
(Mars Attacks, you didn't think it was the real one, surely)
Jesus. Crazyhag May sounds clinically paranoid if that's a verbatim quote.
I'd have thought State actors would have gone for a more traditional blackmail-of-staff route or something from within rather than without.
I'M RONNIE PICKERING!!!
Be ruddy surprised if I weren't, even a tiddly low-level one.
And save time by skipping 10/24 and 192.168/16, etc too :o) (Yes I probably got the CIDR wrong but you get the idea)
So, actually, incognito mode can help here by destroying cookies and demanding new ones every browsing session? (Or just setting your cookies to session-only, too, I spose)
That does sound like a little more than collecting the domain name you're visiting though, seeing as cookies are in the request header data, not the GET itself. I am right thinking they claimed only the domain from the GET was being 'remembered' ?