They assumed no one would discover it.
2620 posts • joined 11 Jun 2009
They assumed no one would discover it.
"blueprints" are readily available, I trust banks and ATM manufacturers are provisioning for their devices to be updated to mitigate these attacks?
Of course they aren't. The losses incurred will be a fraction of the cost of updating the machines.
Besides, banks refund for fraudulent transactions, not ATMs.
shallow, vain, privacy and self respect ignorant fuckwits cotton on to the fact that there is only one way to stop images of your gentleman vegetables and ladies front bottoms appearing all over the fucking internet and that is to not take them in the first place.
It's not rocket science.
Watching one group of religious idiots killing off ANOTHER bunch of religious idiots is a highlight of my weekend.
Still, I'm sure TOR will still allow me to view my videos of choice at a time and place I choose to do so.
Sorry, not sorry.
They were using LANTERN to check people via fingerprints but it was never compulsory irrespective of what the officers told you.
Frankly, if asked to provide mine I will flat out refuse.
My fave is OXO.
Delicious on roast tatties.
Unilever, the commercial version of "SPECTRE".
IF that was aimed at me, I had only just started to read the story when I spotted those two glaring issues. I didn't read the rest until I had vented my spleen.
It's not like they were subtle errors.
Because SOME of us care!
Not for basic English proof reading and spelling errors a primary school child wouldn't make.
Tips and corrections do NOT fall under that category.
Eight-three year old?
Have a fucking word!!!
The ICO talks a great deal but says very little.
+1, until it goes to a COURT, and the court decides if there is a case to answer.
If there is a case and the judge finds against them, the court will very likely impose monetary damages. ONLY then if they fail to cough up will it then be handed to court appointed bailiffs.
DCA's (or the 3rd party recovery agents!) have about as much power as a junior disprin.
government. Common sense, as well as initiative are immediately shot down by the multiple layers of middle managers.
ANYTHING innovative suggested by "ground floor" staff will either be stolen and presented as their "idea"or lambasted as a "bad" idea if it goes against their status quo. Irrespective of how good an idea it is.
No it isn't.
than state sanctioned phishing.
Fuck em, time to wear a "mask" when in public. If one set of people can do it legally, so can the others.
People aren't allergic to them either.
missed, very funny but dark show.
No, I don't want him too, although I disagree with BB on some things, YOU are not the arbiter of what's acceptable on here or did BB hurt YOUR "inside sjw"?
After all, you were clearly triggered.
if they'd let me on with my "emotional support anthrax spores".
By stupid bird, are you referring to the "artist" or the peafowl???
It does. Swan tastes of Golden Eagle too...
This is the rot from within. The Govt sets up the ICO but fails to empower them with the ability to genuinely punish the offenders but still gives itself a huge fucking pat on the back for a job well done. Meanwhile, that dataset with all those contact details merely gets sold to another startup who repeats the cycle all over again.
The ICO isn't worth shit.
A word processor does just that.
A spread sheet program does spread sheets.
A Publisher program does just that.
And they will STILL do it in a hundred years time.
Just what "future innovations" are MS referring to??
Furthermore: " the message is that those on old versions of Windows are cutting themselves off from the future. ®"
Which MS shill paid you to stick that in? The future isn't as MScentric as they would like us to believe.
As someone who worked in Aldery Edge, Wilmslow and Knutsford for over a decade, I cant tell you how many A list and Z list celebs I've had to deal with. Kerry Katona and Stuart Hall to name but two off the Z list.
When they didn't like what I told them and they gave it the old "don't you know who I am" routine, my typical, brutal Yorkshire response was "No, not a clue love / mate. Don't give a monkeys anyway. Now do you want the rats gone or not"?
You could see the wind deflate from their egos.
switch to https://start.duckduckgo.com
Well, No3. worked for Dolby Labs!
Are you having a giraffe?
It will temporarily alleviate the issue.
Curing permanently will require a new main board or replacement of the offending component and given how difficult it is to "repair" one of these things, that seems unlikely.
Despite what MS believe or what they try to bully you into believing, buying something does not diminish your legal, statutory rights if the goods are duff.
Sounds like an inherent fault. 6 years in the UK to claim against MS as the goods clearly aren't fit for purchase.
Tata FFS, the "saviour" of British Steel.
I wouldn't be surprised if they handed it to *Carillion...
Or, wankers, the pertinent word for slactivists.
Or, how about simply not having one. Seems the best way to "defeat" this.
"" said Windows and Device Group privacy officer Marisa Rogers on Wednesday".
Surely A: The single biggest oxymoron ever.
B: A more pointless job than the chap who fits the indicators on BMWs.
They did, but it's trivial to disable. Unlike the hard baked slurp in 10.
more like we are being used as beta testers for their "AI"...
Eh? Surely when the batteries are full, the charger will turn off, therefore there wont be an excess to return to the grid!
"notes that his study didn't include any potential “return to grid” from vehicles' batteries".
How is that even going to work?
I'm not charging *my EV then giving that "fuel" back into the grid, no bloody hopes. Once it's in my batteries, it stays there.
Regenerative braking is fine but that energy is recovered locally, not dumped back into the grid for mw to have to retrieve and pay for again...
*don't have one, wont have one. Utter con.
walks into a hotel and asks the steward if he can have a room.
Sure, says the steward, can I take your luggage?
No thanks, says the photon, I'm travelling light.
and thrice nay.
Gently, with a little bit of butter and seasoning to taste..
Sweet, nutty but still with a little firmness.
Conversely, boil sweet chestnuts, not roast them.
Spammers and scammers is merely Google's latest euphemism for corporate greed.
much like Carillion, its the collateral damage that goes unreported..
But this is the death knell for M&S.
Complete utter non-story.
If the driver had been some handsome hunk and she'd agreed, this wouldn't have even made it to the local paper.
Furthermore "I'm literally never ordering from there again" speaks volumes about what we are dealing with here.
The 2nd biggest private contractor failed yesterday with debts of 1.5 billion and THIS shit is making the headlines.
Get your fucking priorities sorted.
"How immune is the smart doorbell from jamming."
It isn't. It's wifi on 2.4ghz. Standard 802.11 b/g/n. Jamming it is trivial.
The ac 5ghz standard is MUCH more resilient to jamming.
Known as a "coppers knock".
Trouble is with door bells, you cant tell if they have "rung".
NO doorbell can compete with a damn good knuckle rapping.
1kg of fine aluminium powder, apx 15 quid. Ebay
1kg of fine ferric oxide, apx 10 quid. Ebay
Small bottle of potassium permanganate and glycerine (pet shop and chemist) apx 5 quid.
Instructions for quantities and igniting all over internet.
But thermite isn't particularly "explosive". But by god, it burns like fury!!
Mainly used for welding train tracks and fucking up large calibre weapons.
No, the copper produces a more vigorous reaction than Rust.
Bigger "bang" for your buck.
Blade Runner 2049 is still shit.
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