Re: NFC? No fucking chance.
i prefer to root my phone. apparently that has locked me out of a few secure apps. oh well.
3848 posts • joined 15 Jun 2009
apart from the fact the air investigation is pointing squarely at the maintenance issues. The AOA autopilot on the MAX series is documented and a pilot course is available, airlines assume a new 737 is the same as thebold 737 and havent sent pilots on the course. Is this Boeings fault or the airline?
UK in the lead? Maybe in the use of not needing a court order. The UK will use RIPA to say you refused to unlock your phone, thats up to 5 years in the pokey (more than running someone over and killing them with a car).
No warrant needed AND not even under arrest.
not sure on the downvotes, as a previous head of IT in a school we had a major job of tracking and tracing web activity for anti bullying, PREVENT strategy, grooming logs and all sorts of safeguarding incidents. This was mandated by the LEA and council - not something we made up or decided to do ourselves. Not only did we log websites but PC activity too, the logs were collected by other agencies as part of investigations too (police, childrens services etc). This was a very large school with some shady sorts so there was usually a major incident annually.
diladele here with MITM. Again set as a subCa. Our vlan guest network has the same filter levels, as part of the documentation staff have to install the subCA root cert or they dont get https (so most of the internet really). We DPI block vpns too. Sure there will be some way around but we are an educational establishment so we need to be strict.
the irony is that all these MS fuckups are moving people to linux that wouldnt ever have done so before. My parents were so pisses off my their windows PC slowing down they let me put ubuntu on there. Along with firefox and libreoffice they do everything they used to before. They dont bother with skype as they use their mobiles (whatsapp) to video chat.
sure, windows 10 is happily counted in MS figures as technically it was activated but it didnt stay on the laptop for long.
i usually only run around when im gearing up for asking for something. Its always handy to be carrying a bunch of leads or a manual too.
When the bosses ask about it, its always good to note how there has been no time lost and the flux capacitor has been fixed cromulently.
then ask for the extra budget.
If something goes wrong in a proper way then I try to do things remotely as kuch as possible as I have 3x 22 monitors on my desk and the server stack kvm is only a tiny 4:3 screen.
edge is shite. utter shite. we use as many gpos as possible to direct most requests to chrome with a few using legacy browser plugin to IE (silverlight pages that havent yet been updated). Apart from that we avoid edge.
Thing is, BT got all the infrastructure and what is being proposed is that someone else comes in and sorts what is left. BT dont want to duct and fibre into the hills for a hamlet and neither can a newcomer do it cheaply. Hardly surprising really.
Now BT will do the equivalent of lobbying to avoid ducting and laying fibre to the hamlets....
you know that virgin can supply high speeds on their network right? we were quoted 10k for 1gb/1gb (no bearer quoted and the speed was flexible from 100mb up) in july on their network. In the end we went with talktalk business for 4k for 500mb on their 1gb bearer. Granted these are business SLA rates, I have no idea what residential options they have as im with xen at home.
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