* Posts by Hans 1

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Kerberos bypass, login theft bug slain by Microsoft, Linux slingers

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The fact that this has been around for as long as it has been in open source, I think, is just one more case that should debunk the theory that open source programming is in some way more secure than closed source programming.

adding that some affected code may never be fixed because the vendors no longer exist.

Who has enough brainpower to understand that the second quote COMPLETELY NEGATES the first ? If it is open source, a window cleaner can patch it, provided he knows where to download the diff, apply diff, recompile. There will be Microsoft Cleaner and Surface Expert-proof howto's on the web minutes after the patch has been released.

If it is closed source and the vendor is dead, you will have to invest in another solution.

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'My dream job at Oracle left me homeless!' – A techie's relocation horror tale

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Re: Olympics? Er...

Uh...does this guy read, like, any tech news?

No, he is a sales droid ... and as a sales droid, considered Oracle his dream-come-true job, Oracle, who have an open court case for screwing their successful sales droids ...

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Re: To be fair...

I have relocated to another country for work. What you do, is, YOU MAKE 100% SURE YOU CAN SECURE A PLACE TO STAY, even a one room flat, if you cannot, DON'T GO, simple!

I have lived in 4 countries, I know that shit ...managed to move to France, keeping a good job in another country ... ok, I did not get relocation allowance, but that time, I chose ... and prepared.

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Re: Oracle is not ethical company

One moment, he has a disease which needs regular treatment and HE relocates to a place where he will have to be in a hostel for a few months ... anybody in ? He is the twat in this story, if he cannot secure his treatment, then, when he get sick DUE TO NOT GETTING HIS TREATMENT, how is that Oracle's fault ?

Don't get me wrong, I hate the guts of Oracle, but this is unfair.

Now, seriously, I think it is f'd up that not everybody can get treatment in a civilized country (where you have healthcare), even without address ... but then, again, all the patriots, Christians, nationalists, conservatives , think I am a commy ...

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Re: RE: Savings @I Like Heckling

.10% per 6 months ???????

I order you a pizza if you manage to get $10 back from them!

Madoff was 15% per YEAR

Yours has to be high risk ... could you tell me, is the business located in Israel, by any chance ? If so ... unlucky ... and don't trust branches, they might have a branch in the UK, but that is NOT where the funds go ... they go to the head office!

I am sorry, I really hope you will get your money back, but at best, this is a ponzi scheme, at worst .... get your funds out of there NOW!!!!!

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How can sales droid @Oracle be a dream job

Does Oracle not have a court case for screwing their successful sales droids ?

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Adult toy retailer slapped down for 'RES-ERECTI*N' ad over Easter

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>Only Catholic Priests are allowed to mix sex and religion.

>I'm going to hell.

Why only Catholic ? I heard of enough cases of Anglican priests having the same problems ... d*b's are everywhere, I'm sure there are cases of imams and buddhist clerics as well, evil is a human nature, you get evil humans anywhere, of every gender, every belief, every ethnic group ... does not mean ALL humans are evil, no more than it means all humans of one of the named groups are ...

Feynman, where has humanity heading ?

Yes, I have trouble respecting religions because they do so much wrong, it does hurt my feelings to shut up, but I do shut up, because I am wiser then them poor gullible walking meat balls.

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Holy dildo, what is all this about ? Oh, I see, it is all written in the believers digest, I see...

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If at first you don't succeed, you're Microsoft pushing its magical white space broadband

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>"it's over 50 per cent cheaper than the cost of current fixed wireless technology like 4G."

Then it is not cheap enough, because 4G brings in money, lots of it ... and is used not only by the locals, but also by the passerbys ... Feynman, I think Slurp have reached yet another level, how far cam they fall ?

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Just in time for summer boozing: Boffins smash world record for the most perfect ice cubes

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Feynman, Why is ice slippery?

https://youtu.be/wMFPe-DwULM?t=2m16s

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Re: so Desperation

>Which is why I use the plastic freeze-them-in-the-freezer ice thingies. They don't water down the drinks.

Same here, though, I never let ice spoil the beverage when out and about ;-)

Grabs coat, checks Psion, crap, not Friday, yet ... puts coat back and returns to cubicle.

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Hackers able to turbo-charge DJI drones way beyond what's legal

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Re: Is it really hacking...

Well, this is hacking of the purest kind ... reverse engineering and then modifying software so that it behaves the way you like ... they had to fool the code into spitting out debug info, dev passwords etc ...

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Roland McGrath steps down as glibc maintainer after 30 years

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>What would happen if Linus or a similar person got knocked down by a bus?

Where is Mr Reiser ?

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Microsoft drops Office 365 for biz. Now it's just Microsoft 365. Word

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Re: Microsoft 365?

We are almost mid-July, and I have experienced roughly 40 days of outage this year alone ... so Office 320 now becomes Microsoft 320 ...

We all saw this coming before 10 even launched ...

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Google ships WannaCrypt for Android, disguised as Samba app

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Re: Call me a conspiracy theorist, but...

Call me a conspiracy theorist

Well, that would be one way of putting it, another would be more constructive: I think you need to learn about server-client paradigm, how this app is a client and wannacry attacks servers.

Conspiracy theorists usually have no clue on the subject in question and love to make wild guesses that often sound like LSD-induced thoughts ...

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Re: Why?

You need to keep SMBv1 enabled on your server.

Actually, most home servers are in fact ADSL routers with USB/eSATA ports running Linux, so they are immune to wannacry AND acessible from this app ... I am not saying it is good practice to use SMB, though.

Last year, Redmond's Ned Pyle put it simply: Stop using SMBv1.

Last year, Redmond's Ned Pyle put it simply: Stop using SMB!

There, Ned, FTFY!

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FREE wildcard HTTPS certs from Let's Encrypt for every Reg reader*

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Re: An admirable effort.

Very sucky that none of this seems to work easily on IIS. After all, 49% of websites now run it.

More like 8% as I am counting ACTIVE SITES ....

Source: https://news.netcraft.com/archives/2017/06/27/june-2017-web-server-survey.html

Grabs coat with the FreeBSD Corporate Networker's Guide in the pocket

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Create a user called '0day', get bonus root privs – thanks, Systemd!

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Re: Nobody has yet suggested...

4) Fail unit, log error, continue, fail anything that requires the failed unit <-------- there, that should be the behavior, makes sense ?

Note that systemd waits 90 seconds then refuses to boot if you have an entry in fstab pointing at a drive that does not exist! Obviously, this should ONLY be the case if / (root) cannot be found <---- that has been the behavior on UNIX since .... I dunno, some time in the 70's .... and Linux since fstab was introduced....

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I stand corrected, it ignores invalid Requires= entries ... so, it is not inconsistent ... the rest still stands, though ...

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>For the same reason, a unit with User=nonexistinguser should fail instead of silently running as root.

That's exactly what happens, and what I wrote above: if the username is valid but the user doesn't exist we'll let the unit fail on start. If the username is already invalid syntax-wise we'll log about it but proceed.

Hence, if you write:

User=000fooo...@!

Then we'll ignore the assignment altogether (but log about it), since it's syntactically invalid. But if you specify:

User=waldo

and the user "waldo" does not exist (though it is syntactically valid), then we'll accept the setting, but as soon as you actually try to start the unit it will fail with "user not found". (Poettering, in the thread lnked-to in the article)

So,

user does not exist -> fail,

invalid username (according to systemd) -> use root

I think this says it all ....

The thing is, you can specify a regex for valid usernames ... I am not sure which other Linux software fails with a username starting with an integer, but it is possible to configure a system to accept them and create some ...

The other thing is, it is inconsistent, a unit will fail if it depends on an invalid service name, afaik.

Poettering knows he is wrong and he hates being wrong, if you try and explain the flaws in his logic he will pull the "this is not a philosophical debate" as he has so many times ... he ignores all software principles, such as principle of least surprise, because he and Kay are above all that, however, they keep forgetting that arrogance has to be earned ...

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Intel axes 140 IoTers in California, Ireland

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Sales are up $11 and they dish it ? What is wrong ? They only released the Joule in late 2016, afaik ...

The Joule looked quite good, at first glance, except, of course, if it was cursed by the same fault that killed other Intel Atoms ...

My thoughts go to the poor sods, once again, victims of board decisions!

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Brit prosecutors ask IT suppliers to fight over £3 USB cable tender

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Re: Not just restricted to governments

I once worked at a German electronics store, and one customer had an open debt of 1 Pfennig (roughly half a cent). We sent out a letter (costing 70 Pfennig) to send the demand note.

And the customer waited for the third reminder to be received before he paid that Pfennig back, right ?

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Bonkers call to boycott Raspberry Pi Foundation over 'gay agenda'

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The Pi's board is literally covered with MALE headers sticking up everywhere.

Yes, and the whole is named a "motherboard". So definitely calling for transsexualism and pushing for transsexual parenting as well ... where does it stop ?

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Re: "People like this shouldn't be allowed nice things."

Jehovah[sic] cross

What a lousy pun!

Now, now, now, is there a woman in the attendance ?

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Re: "pushing LGBTQI"

I go both ways - QWERTY and QWERTZ, depending on the occasion.

I raise you to QWERTY, QWERTZ, AND AZERTY, all of which I must use regularly, poor me.

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Students smash competitive clustering LINPACK world record

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Re: Sacasm...

It is always easy to smash, in theory, anybody can do better, the thing is, go do better, Mr. article author, love to see you perform better.

Why no Windows ? Cost is not a concern, if I understand this correctly ... why no Windows ? oh, shit, I should know this, Windows cannot scale above a core ... or was it a thread ?

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Re: Dear Mr. Dan Olds

lol for the lulz!

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Fancy fixing your own mobile devices? Just take the display off carefu...CRUNCH !£$%!

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Re: "Surface [...] is intended to be serviced by professionals"

Hello ? Nobody trusts Microsoft around here, last time I checked, that is ... I have been crying out loud on here since around 2003 never to trust MS, with Windows 10, now, everybody has seen the light.

Sincerely,

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Microsoft MHP

Adobe MHP

Accenture MHP

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Re: Green lobby failure

Currently supply of Rare Earth Elements is outstripping demand. This will carry on for about another 10 years then as demand overtakes supply the cost will start to rise and there will be an incentive for mining companies to locate new sources of supply.

Go talk to fisherman at Cape Cod ... look at the mines in Africa, the guyz in the pits are treated like slaves.

Where does the ewaste go ?

http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/news/features/e-waste-toxic-not-in-our-backyard210208/

Most of it gets sold as second hand electronics (in working condition) to Senegal, where they burn the stuff to get the metals ...

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-senegal-environment-landrights-idUSKBN13I1KV

You have to be pretty f'ed up not to realize this is bad, right ? You do not pay the real price for your devices, the third world pays the rest with their health ...

Call me commy, freetard, tree hugger ... I don't care, this is not right.

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Re: It's the way things are going

I for one boycott Apple MacBooks because they have soldered RAM/SSD, I have also informed all my acquaintances ... we need to make sure we get the message across. They will learn, eventually ...

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HMS Windows XP: Britain's newest warship running Swiss Cheese OS

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Re: Operational? or Test Software?

I can hear the teeth crunch of the many slurp shills on this site who must be calling their devs NOW, on a Saturday, asking them how I could be possibly doing it ... I'm loving it :D ... Remember, I only use PUBLISHED API's, douche bags!

Yours sincerely,

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Re: Operational? or Test Software?

If test s/w is running on XP I don't see what the fuss is about.

Windows 10 is Swiss Cheese

Windows 8.1 is Swiss Cheese

Windows 8 is Swiss Cheese

Windows 7 is Swiss Cheese

Windows Vista is Swiss Cheese

Windows XP is Swiss Cheese

Windows 2k is Swiss Cheese

Windows NT4 is Swiss Cheese

Windows 2016 (all versions) is Swiss Cheese

Windows 2012 R2 (all versions) is Swiss Cheese

Windows 2008 R2 is Swiss Cheese

Windows 2008 is Swiss Cheese

Windows 2003 is Swiss Cheese

Anythings after, between, and before is Swiss Cheese.

Get the picture or need some more ? I could have written Windows is Swiss Cheese, but then you would have stupidly asked "Which version, Windows 95 ?" ....

As I have already written multiple times, I can easily impersonate anybody who is currently logged on to any of those systems, enterprise-wide, with local admin rights ... which I can easily gain with a malformed PDF, Word, Font, flash file ... you name it ... any system a currently logged on user has access to, I can log on to, gain local admin rights and spread ... it is dead easy. This problem is due to the fact MS think because they have proprietary software, hidden API's, they think that user x who has local admin rights on system y has these rights limited to system y, which is not the case, again, I only use standard API's ... If I can convince a domain admin to log on to my system, to troubleshoot an issue I would have created, I own the domain ... any computer in the domain, that has a session open as a user from another domain admin (from another domain) in the forest, I can become domain admin in that domain ... and so forth, here, no exploit needed ... Now, try that on a Linux box in a domain .... won't happen ... ;-)

A zero day, or a gullible domain admin and I own your enterprise. Thing is, MS do not know how I do it, it is dead simple, scriptable, no "exploit needed for the spread" ... I use published API's ... they are dumb enough to publish them ... and have not yet figured out how I do it ... been doing it since Windows 2003 ... and it works from 2k onwards ..., never tested NT4 ... it still works in 2016, i tested it ... ;-)

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Re: Newer != Better

I have seen fewer BSOD's on NT4 and 2k combined than on XP, the first NT4 system I saw was in 1998. Had been using 2k until 2006 as secondary Windows Desktop (primary was Linux, of course).

XP would bluesheen when I looked at it weird ... I dunno, it is the PlaySchool user interface that reminded you of PlayDoh or Duplo ? Is that your thing ? I dunno ... compared 2k, any sane person would say that 2k, with the memory requirements was just better ... HELLO, you have two OS', the only difference being USB2 and a fsck'ing FisherPrice ui with 4 times the memory requirements to display a ui in Primary fsck'ing Colors, you are insane ... and you could hack the XP USB2 driver to run on 2k ...

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Re: Windows for Warships

I made a few people feel better :-) Love, dudes!

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Windows for Warships

I thought the last version was Windows 3.11 for Warships ... even if they upgrade to Windows 10, they will be vulnerable next week ... use OpenBSD, seriously ... I do not pay taxes in Britain, but as a British tax payer, I would blow a fuse.

I will repeat once more: Windows has NOTHING to do in production systems, regardless of version; nothing to do in production systems .... AND ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO in defense systems ... if you run Windows in production, I consider you an idiot ... you know where the down-vote button is, if that can help you feel better :D

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Ubuntu 'weaponised' to cure NHS of its addiction to Microsoft Windows

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IE is the most dangerous piece of vulnerable crap there is, up there with flash ... almost EVERY bloody month for the past 20 YEARS have they been fixing remote execution vulnerabilities in various IE versions, ALMOST EVERY MONTH for 20 YEARS ... considering that some months they fixed several, I think we can agree, that shite should not be on production systems ... sadly, there is no way to remove Mshtml.dll, as it is used by Windows Explorer and a whole bunch of other software.

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Re: It will take 1-2 more WannaCries

If Linux becomes the dominant OS, that'll get attacked too.

Every average punter has more Linux boxen in his home than Windows boxen, stupid!

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Re: Cost is the smaller concern

No we do not, YOU cut the FUD.

Munich has actually saved money, and the longer they use Linux, they will save money ... they have switched mayors, and the new mayor wants an offshore account full of $$ $$$ $$$ so .... there we have it. Simples!

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Re: Cost is the smaller concern

The pre-school of my daughter recently had a PC outage, CPU overheated on the library computer, kids could no longer borrow books. I dunno if you know French council policy, but, being ALMOST summer holidays (end of next week), the school was out of luck ... this was two weeks ago ... I had a pi lying around ... bought a 15 euro charger, one of the more reliable ones, came along with those, plugged them in, the library software is web-based, teachers could not believe the little box I was holding was actually a computer ... AND, it was faster than XP with a pentium 4, 1Gb of RAM.

Everybody happy ... I still have a few pi's, a print server and a media center .... the one I gave them B+, was originally used to play antiquated games, from the days I was much younger ... however, total failure, the kids did not enjoy them as much as I did ... :-(, so a library PC it became.

When you switch to Linux, it is NOT FREE, NEVER, cheaper than Windows, YES, OF COURSE .... every box you install beats a Windows Server Data Center Edition is EVERY RESPECT. No anti-features (This is not availabl in Home editions, you need Pro/Enterprise for that, or Server, Advanced Server, no, Datacenter edition), features that require additional licenses ... of course, you need to hire some trained staff for the project to work ... more people in the community get jobs ... instead of sponsoring Redmond Cancer ... d'oh!

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Re: Cost is the smaller concern

Ok, where I live, the cost of an employee is 2x the net salary of the employee ....this means that with 10m, you can hire ~200 staff, each @25k a year, after taxes! You will need managers, paid more, and a couple of kernel hackers, paid even more, so, lets say you hire 120 ordinary support staff, 6 managers, 4 highly paid kernel hackers and 10 well paid package maintainers ... you can do this easily with 10m, and have some change for bonuses ... multiply by 10 for 100m (status co) and you could easily fund your GNU/Linux distribution, note that in this case, you even get "help for free" (contributers). Worse, you have FULL CONTROL over the software you deploy.

Sorry, I know this shit!

For those on Windows, hit the "Windows" key, the one with the four squares, type "c" followed by "a", followed by "l" (lower case L, and you are almost there!!!!!), followed by "c" and divide 10 000 000 by 200.

How MS get away with this is beyond me ...

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Re: Cost is the smaller concern

“Ultimately, open source allows you to be in control of you own destiny.”

Strictly speaking that's also true of closed source, but it just might be more painful to change one's destiny.

Where do you come from ? Closed source, BY DEFINITION, means the software is OUT OF YOUR CONTROL, AGAIN, BY DEFINITION!!!!! I think that was the stupidest sentence I have had the leisure to read on this site AND I have been here many years. Crikey, where do you come from ?

The important thing is to use open standards for one's application

Well, that means you avoid MS, entirely, and most other proprietary vendors I have heard of, if not all.

official blessing for Mono is at least some evidence of that.

Mono ? Listen, NOBODY USES THAT ON Linux/macOS ... Mono is cursed, despite MS' blessing. No, I grant you, there are a bunch of .Net fans around here who are sick of WIndows 10, they might ;-).

Open source with no support merely makes one solely responsible for one's destiny.

Hm, 100m ? how many support staff can you hire for 100m a year ? Nahhh, let's say, 10m, it has to be 90% cheaper .... Again, this is licensing, not IT staff doing maintenance, who call MS, desperately, to get lousy support, and see no patch but a promise that some Tuesday next month, if they are lucky, they might get a fix ... that is, if the MS support guy understands your problem ... Again, with that money, you can hire one or more kernel hackers + a fully staffed support team!

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Oh my Word... Microsoft Office 365 unlatched after morning lockout

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Office 320 ?

I think we are getting damn close to Office 320, and it is still June ... I have issues, quite random, but every other week, switching browser user agents is sometimes futile ... I would rather not touch ie/edge, I had to the other day because I "really" wanted to access something and it failed nevertheless... so ...

I do not use Word online, though, tooo sloooooooooooow, I only have 100Mbit Internet, i5, SSD, 16Gb RAM, does not seem to be sufficient for MS' Internet-based word processor. I could use my i7, but I use that as a host for my VM's, headless, and I do not know what kind of bandwidth they expect, these days, the CPU/RAM might not be the bottleneck.

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NHS WannaCrypt postmortem: Outbreak blamed on lack of accountability

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The Chartered Institute of IT has joined forces with the Patient’s Association, the Royal College of Nursing, BT and Microsoft to produce a blueprint that outlines steps NHS trusts should take to avoid another crippling cyber-attack.

Microsoft ? Dump the losers! With the money NHS spends on MS licensing alone, they could fund a NHS distro, including kernel hackers. I would go for a support team, a bunch of kernel hackers, and a few devs working for the chosen distro ... s/b roughly 10 times cheaper.

I imagine the discussion:

NHS: So Mr Slurp, what can we do to avoid this ?

Slurp: Well, Windows 10, Office 365, OneDrive, no more problems.

NHS: Oh, Ok, and how much would that be ?

Slurp: Ohh, it's cheaper, much cheaper, because we get access to all your data and sell it on, as much as possible.

NHS: Even patient records ?

Slurp: Yeah, we are already selling the details of every French secondary/college student, but that time, we paid them 30 million ... you see, we have the private personal details of every single kid in secondary school/college in France (including French overseas).

NHS: Ohh, ok, well, our patient data is surely worth more than that, right ?

Slurp: Oh, no, here, we are talking kids who will be adults, we get a whole generation ... you have mostly ill people, about to die ... not that interesting ... besides, Ripoff Britain, heard of that ?

NHS: Well, Ok then ...

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UK.gov leaves data dashboard users' details on publicly accessible site

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Re: Well, that didn't take long...

Actually, ID cards are quite practical, I mean, shirley you have a passport, right ? Well, ID cards can be credit card sized ... unlike your bulky passport ...

The gripe I have with French ID cards, they want your fingerprints ...

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On or before 20 June 2015 ... hm, may I ask, how long has this data been on that 3rd party site ? It must have been swiped on 20 or 21 June of that year ...

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Did you know? Today is International Asteroid Day! Wouldn't it be amazing if one were to...

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El Reg ?

Despite a rash of scientifically inaccurate movies like Armageddon and Deep Impact, mankind has no way of stopping an approaching asteroid even if we spotted it in time.

I could explain why this is a load of bollocks, but, I am just a commentard, so let me introduce Neil deGrasse Tyson:

https://youtu.be/c3fxdEmfyOQ?t=24m57s

Besides, since the USian administartions are so full of shit, the Russians have offered to help you ensure it misses us ... ;-)

https://youtu.be/xaW4Ol3_M1o

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Don't panic, but Linux's Systemd can be pwned via an evil DNS query

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Afterthoughts

The thing I find really weird is this:

systemd depends on glibc

a part of systemd, for some obscure reason, needs to do DNS lookups

systemd re-invented the wheel instead of using road-worn glibc code

I sincerely hope this is a one-off, if their policy is to re-write everything from scratch, refrain from using standard library calls for standard stuff, systemd will destroy GNU/Lunix's high reliability image.

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You know what else is almost everywhere and had a vulnerability in its DNS resolver? glibc.

Very, very similar issue, indeed.

https://access.redhat.com/articles/2161461

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Looking for an Ubuntu Unity close cousin? Elementary, my dear...

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Re: ...one of the better file browsers

tell them its an experimental new laptop that Apple has asked you to beta-test.

Ohhh, come on, thinkpads look nothing like polished MacBooks. Like bringing a Lada to a Range Rover gathering ....

PS: I might buy a MacBook when they sell them without soldered RAM/SSD.

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