473 posts • joined Thursday 19th July 2007 02:49 GMT
what about the ssh keys ? lol
this crafted malware also used stored ssh keys on infected windows systems to login to AIS, HP-UX, and Solaris servers and try and wipe the MBR. If it was unable to wipe the MBR, it deleted the folders /kernel/, /usr/, /etc/, /home/.
key info on linux killing
It uses any stored root credentials to log into remote Linux servers: for AIS, HP-UX, and Solaris servers it wipes the MBR. If it is unable to wipe the MBR, it instead deletes the folders /kernel/, /usr/, /etc/, /home/.
we had five levels of "logged calls" back in the 90's
had call loggers take the call and type it in and give it a level of "hurt".
Very good on first level SLA's
Saved so much time for the "techs"; think 30% of calls cound be fixed faster than the time it took for the call being logged and even better if the call loggers were slow and we could get them to call back to clear.
The rest were harder
When I left that company we had a manager just to deal with SLA complainers
Two most used replies covered about a 1/3 of complainers
" We started fixing problem within 20 mins of calling logged" aka total fuck ups take longer to fix
" Your end had connection problems for us to dial in" aka you removed/diconnected/unpluged the phone line
Build to late
Built to late for a Viking funeral
Re: Trip down memory lane, yes indeed!
poor old HotBot great then when LookSmart did the results, then 1999 it fell apart that changed. For myself a friend pointed out Google, 13 years later still the one I choose
just cover the moon its self in tinfoil to make a fake deathstar. Would also brighten up the night sky.
He needed to get a "advance parole"
to travel outside the U.S.A. that's takes 2 to 3 months to work tho the system.
If you leave without an advance parole, the USCIS will consider the application "abandoned."
If you can get back in you must file a new application and supporting documents and start again.
Re: Of course migrant workers don't take away american jobs in the long run.
you're wrong "The reason these visas exist is because business is unwilling to pay what an American worker demands for that job so they sponsor a visa for someone willing to work for less in exchange for US citizenship."
All vistas have the "going rate for the job" to para-phrase, condition; so migrant workers are not paid less but sometimes more. BTW Vista's are a pathway to citizenship not a right.
Re: Verzion routers same
Just looked in junk box . These are Actiontecs with the default WEP key made from the last 10 characters from the Wan MAC and seem to remember WEP sends the Wan MAC in the packet headers. Must be another Verzion router that changes the last character.......
BTW a lot of RoadRunner modems (thats Time Warner) are open as default.
Halon or halonite
The first place I worked at had a Halon 2402 system and at the far end of the room opposite the door was had a emergency exit trap door thing. Was told normally the red lights would flash and the fire alarm sounders would sound then 5 seconds later whoost . But they had just found out were was no 5 second delay after they had the system checked out by another vendor who serviced the rest of the building's fire systems.
Was also told if it ever did trigger the replacement gas would be different as "this stuff decomposes when it gets hot and likely kill you".
Funny they had a smokers area 50 feet from the main building in the back next to the on-site archive tape store.....
Verzion routers same
The westel DSL router 704wgb was the same: just change the last char for password.
15 tries max. lol.
And why not change the password.
Verzion loved to reset the box so you gave up changing it and the SSID
Twice in one day was the worst.
Twice in one week normal.
I have two in the junk box
looks like win8 serial numbers
Placement active node entry system.
As we all know windows have to have panes......
It's raining and my windows are crying
You're out somewhere and I sit here dying
Only your mem'ries remain
Even windows have pains cause they cry when it rains
MARTY ROBBINS - WINDOWS HAVE PAINS LYRICS
Re: OK, so to make a point...
I read it. -I.T part timer for the past 12 years
kobe keypunch machines
Re: Windows 8
"I hope Windows 9 allows for some fresh thinking here and the developers are not discouraged by the vocal conservative critics of 8.."
I think discouraged by the sales will be the point to see in a years time.
Re: Windows 8
Once it was just version 4's software being shit now its every other one..
The techies are going to VM this abortion and run something else.
I still get support emails from around the world for Win2K, Win98se,& XP, with the current Win7 calls also. Vista calls dropped like a stone after Win7 (no calls after 4 months). New software running on Win 8 ? well my buddy is developing his new version of control software running on a android phone/tablet and a custom USB dongle/interface. So Microsoft have 'sort of' got the idea but for the wrong device.
Re: just hobble the software?
Think your right, like with pirate XP the logo and black desktop popping up. Why not "TechNet testing" logos.
Re: Piracy solved
the mad thing is Mac users are starting to like Win 8.....
he just follows the old school
steel bodied .45
"Another new discovery has also been made, of a horseshoe-shaped ring of pits northeast of the main site, thought perhaps to have been a minor shrine or outlying building of some type."
"local curry house"
A friend who owns a restaurant ran a Groupon offer. Dinner for two cost $20 worth $47.
He "booked it" but was not told when it would run. He got a surprise email on the day it ran.
Only about 64 took the offer (was checking on Groupons website); funny thing is less than 20 have turned up after two months maybe they are waiting for Xmas. His return for the deal from Groupon $35. yes $35 for close too $1000 worth of food so far.
I have over 400 people I "Friend'ed" for mafia wars.
One later turned out to be from the same town as my housekeeper and they knew each other.
so is that 2 degrees or just a coincidence.
It is this stuff on FB with games that makes the report worthless.
Sex Pistols at Nottingham's Magistrates Court in 1977, proved "bollocks" was not obscene.
one at Jerusalem & the other at Qiryat Gat
They also have three development centers
or drug drop off points
would help if we knew his job
I want the (.)(.) code
the handwriting looks better than the translation on wiki.
page two is more hurried than the first
its like a short hand system which is very hard to decode if you
don't have the context or the start of the notes
the letter grouping is odd 4 then sometimes 5
but then some groups have dots.
I think it's notes for his lawyer, I want more history
web based ?
'ant this a web based program that tries to hack the modem from say last year ?
should of built it a foot longer and had movable panels.
from daily mail....
"Investigators said the 31-year-old used a 'Russian doll system' which hid his terrorist plotting behind at least eight layers of disguise and encryption."
I stopped working in London
over 20 years ago. Now I'm working in America the Car is king.
At crossings here, kids just slowwwly walk across but older folk move faster I assume cuz they have seen their peers run over? Also you can turn in to the traffic flow at a red.
one hotmail account I use
just for spamtasic websites; which I though would last 6 months is still usable 6 years later.
I've had one of those "buggered" cards
worked fine for 3 months in system then system started to "lock up"
Worked fine with USB dongle and 3-com NIC for over 6 months after (then sold)
Funny thing is "buggered" card worked fine in other systems and still does.
And I did clean installs on a clean harddrive to pinpoint Mr "buggered"
should of increased the area
to 10 miles of the border that's were the best pasties are.
Of course the border was at one time farther west; think there is a pub called the Halfway House Inn at Kingsand, Cornwall which once was the border between Devon and Cornwall
Sony lost my money
bought 2 Wii's for games, would of bought a PS3 or two IF I could run Linux
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