So many of these recently. Has someone got a tool that scans for open S3 buckets somehow ? Is AWS leaking a global list of S3 bucket names somewhere ?
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Re: Slippery slope?
"protected characteristic" has a particular meaning.Paedophilia isn't one.
Re: To be honest,
But not on UK TV. Criminally.
So I can't "continue this" from Windows Phone then ?
If you rapidly switch a whole bunch of stuff off and on again quickly, the local sub will probably give up. Most are only a dozen electric cars away from brown out anyway.
Re: Good News
" The only thing it doesn't work for is Android phones (should a visitor have one) as they have Google DNS hardcoded."
I've never seen an Android ignore DHCP DNS server settings ?
Are you willing to go to jail for owning a compiler, or running Linux ? That's where this will end up...
Re: Email this to your MP
Great idea !
You might want to join the Open Rights Group as well.
There may even be a local group in your area already - https://www.openrightsgroup.org/groups/ !
Re: Doesn't a proxy defeat the purpose?
What dedicated IP ? TLS has SNI.
Re: Thank god get_iplayer still works fine, and is not limited to the "approved" platforms
"iPlayer to use their new "Nitro" API. To interact with the API the software needs to present a valid key, and "
And DRM has worked flawless in the past. Never been broken when motivated...
I though it just sounded like an expensive version of AWS RDS ?
Re: Hitting a limit without being able to scale up or out ? REALLY ?!
The linked article on Medium has the guy saying "I’m making a wager that it’ll be worth the cost savings over the next year to go with a cluster that is capped at 4TB."
Guess it wasn't worth it...
Why the screen shot black outs for the publicly available info at https://github.com/AusDTO/dta-website/pull/311 ? Are bjgordon or skpandey27-patch-2 somehow a national secret ?
Re: "the only available computer is communal"
You misunderstand. You can use fronting with many domains. They will only ever use / release one at a time for Signal use in order to keep the pool as full as possible (and create more work for the bad guys).
Re: Still debating the same points, again
"All the above points have been raised and debated so many times. I really don't understand why the Government just does not go back and amend the act "
The *whole point* of the DRIP and IP bills is to legalised the (pre-existing) indiscriminate mass surveillance that Snowden and others revealed was happening, in absence of law, oversight etc.
As it turns out, those activities they seek to legalise are incompatible with leaving in a free, fair and function democracy. Never mind fundamental rights to privacy (remember, the EU rights just enshrine UN principles). But Our Glorious Leader has hitched her self to the "something must be done. Terrorist blah blah blah" wagon and so has no way out (such as an appeal to expert opinion).
"So ZyXel have a backdoor into the routers they have sold? What happens when (not if) the bad guys get a hold of that?"
They just did...
Re: Too much cheapness
And ISPs that leave the management ports open to the internet...
" a Chirp to a Wi-Fi router to authenticate and join the network. You may not want that to be audible"
The fuck. If the router can hear it, so can my phone !
Re: Have they fixed the "no way to disable a SIM" problem in Cyanogen 13?
"Now, when I'm in the US, I have no way to disable the UK SIM. "
Just take it out you lazy sod.
Re: Why not filter by comparison?
Linux's NTP already does that, no ?
Yup. It's bad. Anyone can register on any site. And it's probably as an administrator too. Oops.
This could be like that Drupal vuln where if you didn't patch within 7 hours or something you should consider your site owned.
Something must be done. This is something.
What's the point of a wildcard, when you can have as many as you like for free as often as your want ?
But think of the bundled software ! Experience the joy of being part of a giant world wide botnet ...
Sounds like Pouch/Couch ?
Re: Redmond playing catchup again
Sounds like Qubes OS
This should have been posted on a Friday ! Much better than the normal ones...
VPN ? Are you *sure* ?
Last time they announced this, it was actually an SSL-stripping HTML man-in-the-middle proxy...
"Unbeknownst to most,"
Does no one read Little Brother ?
Re: What goes up...
Thus spraying shrapnel either on the target anyway, or the civilians under the flight path.
So how does this work ? Patient data is held on the Spine, or a local PMS, and air gapped from the Internet. So how does an app on my phone get at it ? assuming you even want to get (yours ? your kids ? parents? strangers ?) patient data on line...
Re: This is going to solve itself eventually
Except (ironically) the 'exclusive' shows on Amazon/Netflix, who were *meant* to be 'all you can eat, whenever you want, from anywhere'.
Re: Only if it works.....
Had the 'no explanation' reboot here. You have to go though some hoops to launch the installer in just the right way so it shows you that acutal error (for me, it meant the anti virus needed uninstalling).
Swype has supported swipe-to-delete for ages...
What could go wrong ?
My voice is my passport. Verify me.
Re: I wait with interest...
Block SSL HELLO messages than use unknown keys.
Just one way.
What's the UK equivalent then ?
Re: One-file rule
not a text file though.
And of course it could never happen here, under the IP Bill plans. Right ?
Now might be a good idea to put your concerns to a Lord :
Re: Hang on a second
" (though it may not run unless it contains a binary)."
Or a script
"enabling developers to target iOS, Android and Mac using shared code"
So Windows Phone *is* dead ?
" they could get an accurate diagnosis between 6 and 32 per cent of the time"
I'll stick with tossing a coin.
If this has got your gander up, and you can get yourself to Manchester, why not come along to this neatly timed event :
Or join ORG directly so we can work together to fix this shit.
Re: It's rubbish
Not sure Arduino has the ecosystem, like graphical programing, that Bit has
Well, yes, obviously, because DRM can't work on a platform that allows arbitrary binaries to run as root/administrator.
"Why does it need to fallback to HTTP?"
Because the attacker does not have the private keys for the real google.com SSL certificates, and your browser doesn't have the attackers private keys for their fake google.com certificate.