27 posts • joined Monday 6th August 2007 09:45 GMT
Agree with the author
Security is not down to just getting in via the expected route.. but any way possible. It appears that StrongWebmail thought they were invincible, but were not, and probably never will be, especially with an attitude that the hackers didnt really get in. Rubbish.
Would be interesting to know what was in the schedule...
If millions are using Windows 7 full time..
Then surely moving to the RC is an upgrade path that they want to test.
Sounds like the parts are trying to run too fast or hot
Silicon setup and hold timing issues manifest at higher temperatures. If the phones are not out of spec for the devices, perhaps the firmware is overclocking the silicon... Regardless, it looks like Apple are running their devices on the very edge....
Mine's the one that just makes calls.
Big step in the right direction
A great move by apple, which will help bring DRM-free to the masses.
Mind the language
I echo ACs point - no need for all the profanity!
6 months or $5000
Seems a bit low for deliberately infecting someone!
Forget blu-ray, HD-dvd, SD cards, MicroSD, and the like... this is the future.... not.
[throws his single umd film in the bin]
I'd like to know where the black multimeter probe is connected....... without that information, that reading does not mean anything!
When will they learn...
It has long been known that the way to stop security holes is to not have any services running unless they are absolutely necessary, and then really be on the ball.
Look at Win XP - the number of critical services hacks has been reduced substantially by the default enabling of the firewall in recent times, effectively preventing the services being visible from the net.
Services that are enabled by default are bad news. A router should look stealth on all ports by default, anything else is just begging for someone to start digging.
Would love to buy two...
But I'm sure I read somewhere that only residents of the US and Canada will be able to get them.
I guess they could always follow Apple and Microsofts strategy, and offer it here in Blighty for £400 ... <sigh>
Nice idea but....
What about if the car is full of drunk people, but the driver is not.... would the sensors really be able to differentiate between a drunk passenger and a drunk driver?
Also if someone has just had a drink, would they already be perspiring alcohol?
Sounds like a nice idea, but I dont see it hitting the streets any time soon. And if so, the price of it will probably make it an optional extra.
Why iPlayer is deemed to fail
It has an "i" at the front - which means Apple will most likely sue... don't they have rights on anything that starts with an i ?? :-)
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