i can imagine
I can imagine the sene on the ISS playing out a little like this: https://youtu.be/6QihBIewyrY
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Operator services are down dialing 100 to speak to someone gets you an engaged tone dialing 150 gets you a network busy message as does the fault checker line (0800 169 0199) if you do manage to get through to someone their systems are down also got told to phone back in 4 hours.
from the bbc website:
"The phone and broadband provider, which has over 4 million customers in the UK, said credit card and bank details could have been accessed.
The Metropolitan Police Cyber Crime Unit is investigating the attack, which happened on Wednesday."
looks like peoples credit card info "could" have been obtained we will see as the story unfolds.
BT Home hub updates are handled by a company called motive HDM (http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/products/motive-home-device-manager) and updates cant be installed manually (to stop people messing with features and inexperienced users bricking their routers) This is the reason i use a TP-LINK router with my connection as it allows me to change all the settings and install custom firmware and NOT reply on BT or any other provider to update the firmware and can install custom firmware such as dd-wrt. Plus i know what features are installed and can open/close ports as i wish (the home hub has numerous ports open including port 4567 which allows remote management/ home hub updates by motive).
yes they make an armored version of the D9 bulldozer Picture: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:IDF-D9-Zachi-Evenor-001.jpg for the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) Another fact is The US army used D9 bulldozers to clear forest in the Vietnam war but after the war they were replaced with smaller and cheaper Caterpillar D7G bulldozers. D7G dozers are still very common in US combat engineering battalions, but there is a resurgent high demand to replace the lighter D7Gs with the newer and more heavily armored D9s.
Tips to survive:
1. Smash your tv (so the girl cant get out of the screen)
2.board up your windows ( so the mass of marauding zombies which are outside will have a hard time reaching you)
3.Dead bolt your door ( see above)
4.Smash your mobile phone ( so you cant receive a killer phone call)
5.unplug your landline. (see above)
6 curl up in a ball in the corner of your bedroom and start praying
sony has to protect the integrity of their hardware. Anyone remember the dreamcast by sega
? The same thing will happen if Sony allows hacking to continue yeah people may say "its my device we should be able to do what we like with it" if Sony allowed hackers to root the console and play copied/backed up games developers will stop making games for the console (as the amount of copied games would outweigh the legitimate ones plus cheating in games would be rife) As mentioned before if you want to maintain a rooted console don't connect it to the internet.
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