Basically everyone now needs a dedicated keyboard with encryption built in so that a simplistic key logger will only log gobbledygook. Then you can use a different keyboard for each application. One for Excel, another for Word...
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Re: That does it!
Wall Street runs on Linux actually.
You certainly can get dry DSL with no dial tone. You just have to call customer service and insist on it. Simply don't take no for an answer and it is cheaper than the package deal. There are lots of business DSL lines with no dial tone.
They are all about equally useful.
Presently I use a Mac as my main machine at home and I used the speech functions once, to see if it could be useful - and - well - no - it isn't really and I never tried it again and I don't know anybody that use it either.
Re: Commercial use forbidden?
Nope - doesn't do Domain log-on.
Finally the Intertubes of Senator Hatch may become a reality.
Re: What do UK and Iran have in common?
No, there are quite a few more countries like that, e.g. the Vatican and Saudi Arabia to name two of the best known.
The police were too busy trying to decode encrypted pron traffic, to notice the Kouachi brothers.
Therefore, the obvious solution is to outlaw encryption so that they will have more time on their uhm... hands....
I want some!
"As it turned out, it was possibly the best sounding source yet. It could sustain pace and drive, and gave body and richness to music where the Kingston SSD, for example, had been heard as limpid and lightweight. Maybe higher frequencies still weren't as insightful as direct CD playback at its best, but the sound had a relaxed quality that this listener has found quite enticing enough to plan a migration of all music onto it — pending a test of other NAS combinations!"
I don't know what they were smoking, but I think I want some...
Re: As a cyclist
Bicycle, walk, skate board, horse and buggy - you will still have plenty of freedom,
Most big planes do auto landing. That is the only way to land in fog.
A list of identity fingerprints, nicknames, country codes and address patterns of nodes to never use when picking an exit node---that is, a node that delivers traffic for you outside the Tor network. Note that any node listed in ExcludeNodes is automatically considered to be part of this list too. See also the caveats on the "ExitNodes" option below.
Coming out party
Dabbsy in an Apple store? Seriously? What has the world come to?
At least, I buy my Apple kit online, to keep a safe distance.
Clueless admins and management at Sony (Whitehouse and FBI)
Sony was hacked via a SMB exploit. This harks back to 1995: Clueless home users putting Windows PCs on cable modems and script kiddies having fun over ports 135 - 139.
Sony was clueless in 2005 when they released a root kit on millions of CDs and infected thousands of government departments with their crapware (and enabled many opportunists who came along for the ride on the new exploit) and now they want us to believe that a dumb SMB exploit was an attack by a foreign nation?
Occam's Razor tells me they left a bunch of unpatched Windows 2000 servers online with no firewall and a script kiddy gang went to town with it.
According to CNN, the hackers got in via SMB. I guess they had ports 137 to 139 open and WORKGROUP and p@ssw0rd set as well...
It sounds to me like a comedy of errors, not a sophisticated attack as some people are trying to make it.
Anthropodermic bibliopegy was the practice of binding the trial notes of a murder with the skin off the back of the murderer. So once they are bored with sheep, there is another weird source for research.
"That was Leningrad, sorry.
No, it was Stalingrad. Leningrad was supplied over a lake under German fire."
No, it was St Petersburg, you dum dum...
So, I take it that sea captains don't learn how to use a sextant anymore? LORAN is good for ships, but not so great for aircraft, since it only provides 2D position.
Sounds more like 'stolen box networking'.
Re: Re:The simple fact is
Rarely? How many of these engines reached orbit, vs the ones that blew up?
These engines have a proven track record and are well known to explode spectacularly. So if spectacular explosions is your prime objective, then they sure are a good choice.
With a simple 185 million expense for a new cable, Brazil now forces the USA to spend a pile of money on a new cable tap. It amounts to a tweak of Uncle Sam's nose, but it also opens up bandwidth for new data centres based in Brazil/Spain/Portugal.
Ancient American Proverb, circa 1990:
"You can never the rich enough, thin enough, or have enough bandwidth in your network connection."
Linux market share
Well, on my web site, Linux visitors consistently ranks about 60%. Well, it is a Linux web site. That may skew things a tad I suppose...
Anyhow, there are likely waaaay more Android Linux cell phones out there than MS Windows clunkers, not to mention all the Linux embedded machines. Linux won. Winders just has to shrivel up and drop off still.
Adblock took swift care of the damn dancing beejeesus...
I apreciate that aluminium is lighter than copper, but the high positive temperature coefficient of copper is an important safety point. Aluminium doesn't take kindly to being overloaded and once burning, it cannot be extinguished easily, so this car is in danger of going up in smoke one day.
Well, if anyone could make it work, it would be the likes of Lockheed, Boeing and General Dynamics and the first use will likely be in a military ship or a submarine, not an aircraft or any commercial system.
"more difficult" - You think so? Pretty simple to fake and every time I successfully faked it, you would have to go for plastic surgery to change your face. That would get tiring rather quickly I'd think.
Embedded devices such as routers and countless other kit do not use Bash, they use Busybox.
Uhmmmm.... did he really say OpenSSL?
I got one of these incredible, new fangled, self winding, mechanical watches. Most geeks cannot fathom how it works. They think there are magical little fairies inside pushing the gears around. It tells the time. Approximately, plus or minus a few minutes per day. That is all. It doesn't do email, twitter, facebook, google, outlook, or anything that needs an internet connection. It doesn't even need a NTP server. Being a few minutes this way or that, is not a problem either. Since I'm the one that calls the meetings, it is everyone else that is always late, not me - tardy bastards...
How much did GCHQ pay them to insert that backdoor?
Vienna Airport has free WiFi
Vienna airport is the only one I know of that has truly free WiFi that also doesn't require any special moves to use it. Dubai airport also has free access, but it is little more of a hassle to connect.
Mil Spec Security
Ideal phone for use in military areas, since it has no camera.
Essentially, this is just a different delivery method for a trojan horse. Damage will be limited if user and administrator privileges are separated and if MAC or RBAC is used. If everybody would use enterprise versions of their favourite OS, be it Windows, Mac or Linux, then trojan/virus problems will mostly go away.
Re: I call semi-bollocks
SD? Those also contain little ARM processors that can be reprogrammed.
For a moment there, I thought the US is going to round up Oracle and Microsoft and repatriate them to Gitmo or Guam...
Central European abandoned farms
Huge areas in Central Europe were abandoned after the fall of communism and trees literally sprouted like weeds in the farmland. After 30 years they are huge and difficult to remove.
A smartphone with Skype helps a lot in these situations, except that you then need to support the smartphone too...
Re: Thumbs nose at NSA?
This forces the NSA and other spy agencies to abide by the law and not just hoover up everything without any warrants and without paying Microsoft anything for services rendered - especially that last part...
Re: So as a potential terrorist...
If you are a terr, please go ahead. I'm sure the NSA and others already have lookup tables for your book codes, but don't let it stop you.
"pay MS to provide the data, not just suck up the data for free"
This innovation is to 'protect shareholder value in MS intellectual property'.
I have seen that issue many times in the past. MS uses a BSD name server, with a GUI on top. Down below, is a config file, same as in UNIX. To fix the problem you got to run Wordpad and edit the config file by hand to change the authoritative setting - the GUI cannot do it. If you use Notepad, then it will screw up the config file with carriage returns, causing the name server to barf.
So I take it that in San Fran, the parking garage still needs to be invented? Maybe I should do a Kickstarter campaign to build one.
Awww come-on, that picture with the story headline was titsdown...
Well, what is Google+? All it seems good for is the occasional spam message in my inbox.
I don't know anyone that uses it, which could actually be a good thing, maybe I should sign up...
As secure as HTTP
Woohoo. I hope he at least knows someone that heard about encryption.
Re: To be fair to the CIO...
Bingo. That is how I understood it too. That CIO actually knows something.
Re: school days
He is neither illiterate nor wrong. He is American. They actually speak like that.
'jammed on one of the kid's balls' - Damn, that would HURT!