Re: How many are from India?
Most of the EU has identical skills gaps so no...
1020 posts • joined 23 Dec 2009
Most of the EU has identical skills gaps so no...
It installed a 'patched' version of the latest firmware containing malware, so the hole is not in 4.2.5, it was fixed in that version.
The malware creators installed their 4.2.5 infected version so users would think they are OK and the system would not see any need to update.
If you expose its WWW side to the net...
The hole was in their Photo Station app, which has a web interface. That's where they got in.
The malware was a bitcoin miner (AFAIK, maybe there were others?), and they have a malware remover app that they update whenever they know about nasties targeting their NAS models.
The hole seems to have been in the Photo Station app, so upgrade that one ASAP!
(note to editor: there is a direct link from that advisory list, it is in the right-most column)
AC is confusing North Pole of the Moon with that of the Earth ;)
That's exactly why I bought the backbeat 903 years ago: it delivers the music but doesn't block the environment much.
It's the only safe way to use headphones in traffic
@S4qFBxkFFg what a wrong comparison... when you use the foreign SIM you're not actually using something you bought there, you're using the cell towers build by the operators in your country, and you expect they will give that usage for free?
Who's shit-brained here?
ctrl-a and then shift-delete
bonus: on windows it would have taken ages to delete 300GB
I never new they were impossible to work so well, I guess I will need this new technology to fix this problem I don't have
The big difference is that Obama was seriously blocked by missing a majority elsewhere. Trump will be able to go ahead without blocks.
That's a bit cheap and easy, not? Blaming kernel and *NIX tool bugs on systemd...
I had no trouble at all getting good and fast support from UBNT, much better than other vendors.
Will buy again, regardless of your personal vendetta
You mean like how Philips did with their photo frames? Since all their MAC addresses were sequential popping them all in a row was easy (and done)...
indeed, the attack will include fallback to 2G so how long before 2G is removed completely?
Since there is some IoT stuff I want to use but don't trust, I use three rules when connecting them up:
1) separate VLAN: they all go on a wifi that uses a separate VLAN, and the firewall allows access from my main network to the VLAN but not the other way around.
2) whitelisting: access from the network to the internet is blocked by default, only whitelisted devices are allowed. Guess what, none of the IoT are on it (in fact the VLAN is just blocked anyway)
3) reverse proxy: for stuff I do want to access for convenience, I set up a reverse proxy on the webserver.
I pity the poor consumer who has no network knowledge and buys some internet connected crap....
Don't step in an airbus then. Or in several modern cars.
Drive/fly by wire is not new, you know?
What is happening here, however, is just plain bad design. Having a critical system with single point of failure. <- period there
Assuming you didn't copy your joke from http://xkcd.com/1740/ ...
And then there are M.2 modules that talk SATA and others that talk PCIe, so make sure you check what both sides are capable of.
While meant as a joke, your comment is actually not far from reality.
Just scrap Samsung and flames, but these M.2 modules do get hot and cooling them is not always that easy.
So... actually making my point and still downvoting...
I can use Hangouts on multiple devices, so I don't see why Allo is any worse.
Still need to check how the whatsapp desktop API does it. Wouldn't surprise me if they knew the key too.
In fact, most chat systems have encryption to the server - Signal being the odd one out
Why single out Allo?
Any chat system that allows to operate on multiple devices (in sync, with history) is storing the data on a server....
"First find your infinitely long wire. Then find another."
nah, just cut the first infinitely long wire you found in two
Eh no, I was refering to the massive hot water storage tanks in Reykjavik, called.... Perlan
phew... for a moment I thought they were going to launch a few massive hot water tanks into space
and to help fix it
If focus is on routing and destinations, maybe they should have re-branded to THERE
Why should one exclude the other?
I think all the extra's come from the fact that it can be done on the platform.
Your argument makes absolutely no sense.
If you have seen any video on how users are using AutoPilot, you would see that it is being used a lot in circumstances Tesla does not condemn. Maybe get informed before blurting out your venom.
I find it amazing how little accidents have happened *despite* how users use it, far away from the easy, safe highway with simple lanes, etc...
That said, Tesla should invest even more time and energy in informing the users on the limits of the system since there are plenty of daredevils who want to find the outer edge of its limitations...
Does that mean that user-installed CA's are out of the window?
Currently I have my own CA to sign certificates for various home systems and I'd hate giving up that simplicity...
@Dummy00001 thanks a lot for that link, I wasn't aware of the Swiss being kicked out completely in 2017
"So... no choice but to move. Ireland? Germany? Sigh."
Come to Belgium. We already have Google so it must be good for privacy ?
I'm not sure that 'cheap' is the point for R&D. More 'competent'.
I wouldn't be surprised that some of these companies just close doors and relocate, or reduce the office to a mere 'presence'.
And for cheap hires, I'd say the reason to relocate to the EU is even stronger...
I had just installed a new router this weekend and I was beginning to fear I configured something wrong when connectivity was showing issues.
Adn now I also know our ISP uses Telia....
Shame El Reg didn't include the start of this conversation:
"Szpunar's opinion – which is available in 18 languages but not English yet"
I guess they're saving money and betting the English translation will soon not be needed
surely its comms can be 'filtered'? tinfoil and ferrite to the rescue?
sad news :/
A lot of idiots were born that day?
If they care about it so much, why are they still a big oil exporter?
Granted, production is going down recent years but if you want to ban diesel/gas, you should also stop pumping it up?
I would have loved to vote GB out.... if GB stays, it'll be the same or worse PITA than it is now already.
Ignoring the facts that e-cigarettes are almost as bad as the real thing...
IMHO, switching to e-cig is not quitting, it is just giving yourself the good feeling you quit without quitting. Like switching from regular coke to diet coke, you didn't actually change or make an effort.
72000/80 is 9000?
Who's the epic math fail?
No, not vista onwards... I remember using it on NT. Might explain why I mentioned sysinternals because back then there were no other cmd line tools buildin
The weird thing is that NTFS has always had support for links, but they never did anything with it (in fact, I think the only tools that allowed you to work on them were from sysinternals)
Let's shut those factories down too
Given her past job changes...
I hate that type of managers
Send a global email that you've set up a system to catch mail errors, and if somebody has mail missing they can contact you to have a look for it...
Leaves them wondering if the mail is in there and if you saw it ;)
They'll switch to private mail the same day...
maybe he didn't destroy the work phone because they have a tough sysadmin?
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