Perhaps GoDaddy are having problems contacting the site admin Walid Sayed
382 posts • joined 14 Sep 2010
Re: See me...
"Cleveland topped the charts for the number of suspected evaders....."
Another very basic error. That county was abolished over 20 years ago and the area divided into 4 unitary borough councils. So really Warwickshire was top and London second.
More interestingly will Louise McCarthy be leaving too. She was under Pavitt in TfL, HMRC, Aviva and now Specsavers.
Track record suggests.....
And could Pavitt return to HMRC now Dearnley has left?
Re: Pension Forecast
You don't need a GGW account for a pension forecast, just a printer attached to your PC to print a form off and post it. Keeps folk employed (post office, drivers, civil servants).
And before you comment - how do you know if your application isn't just printed off at the other end and handled just like a posted application :-)
DLP disaster awaiting?
"....... the better to allow baked-in services like file sharing from within the Skype client....."
Oh dear. What could possibly go wrong here?
Inland Revenue service? That's not existed for over 10 years.
If it refers to HMRC then they "got off their arse" and implemented DMARC and SPF back in 2013 and have been trying to get others to follow suit. Looks like their actions have been noticed and now NCSC have taken up the baton.
Regulating the FCA
Perhaps it would be an idea if the FCA looked into www.fssvcuk.com.
Looks like the FSA have now moved their operations to The Philippines!
Re: Top Civil Servants
If only that were true. Trouble with GDS is that this was a Cabinet Office initiative bringing in "experts" from outside the Civil Service to provide expert advice on how IT dev should be done. So althought a number of these are now CS they are not old stream....who have got their hands dirty by keeping legacy systems running and trying to do things on a shoestring as all the funding appears to go to new web functions with "cool" fonts.
£450m given to Depts would result in a lot of infrastructure improvements...but to GDS?!!!
Wings of Fire AL-52 Dragon plane.
El Reg Phishing?
Lovely piece of work. Say a site isn't up and running and make a note of all those who say they have no problem logging in.
So you bank with........ do you ;-) Thanks.
(email address, pseudonyms, bank.....)
Re: Akamai? Breach?
Then again are the Beeb just using Akamai for CDN rather than CDN and DDoS protection? They do have some IP addresses out in plain sight so a DDoS could have gone through the back door
Try looking up without the www and you get
canonical name bbc.co.uk.
canonical name a1733.g.akamai.net.
So either it was a massive DDoS that could overcome Akamai's Edgeserevrs (assuming BBC do not just use European ones) or there was a bit of a cockup in some configuration activity within BBC or Akamai.
Just a thought
Perhaps they are showing that they can produce better code than GDS as well as other things better than GDS?
So perhaps an attempt to shaft plans of GDS/Cabinet Office to take work away from CESG/GCHQ?
I remember breaking ground on this back in 1975 when working for the Brunel Exhibition Rotherhithe through CSV. Two of us a shovel and a sledgehammer working a derelict site. Didn't make much of an impact and annoyed neighbours on a Sunday morning but found interesting hoards of illicit goods buried under rubble on the site.
Black pots and kettles
What WOULD be of use to the world would be if Google stopped allowing it's mailing system be used by phishers in the first place.
Re: Yahoo and DKIM
The thing about BT is that they are causing denials themselves with their CPcloud server acting as a mail forwarder. If you look at BT they are running THREE email services under the name of BTInternet.com, one of which uses the Yahoo! mail service. To direct to mail to the correct service the CPcloud server is stripping off the original header info and substitutes itself as the sender. A great way to get mail be labelled as Spam.
bukka fukka pukka
Regurgitated, a bit like the recipes, There is only so many ways something can be done or mixed together and it's been being done for quite a while yet. As ever there are suckers willing to be drawn in all the time,
Oh, and there's WordPress too.
Re: What price freedom?
And even at $95, what price freedom? What a load of tosh!
UK DataShur 4Gb FIPS 140-2 Lvl 3 USB £39, their 32Gb version only £99. Same same keypad, number of tries, clearing down of data etc.
Their SSDs are also worth looking at, built on the same principle.
Re: They did exist-
Bebo. A real Intergalactic Laxative.
But why helium
One of the few elements that will disappear forever. Really good to encourage youngsters to think about science and the tomorrows to come....shame the organisers don't do the same.
Most expensive hearing loss tool paid for. Is this a tax loss thing?
As for music streaming.... surely the geeks employed by Appfelsaft could have aye Tunes do this...hang on. Doesn't this exist already?
Jeez. 3 Bs!!! Looks like mushrooms are back in favour.
Re: More importantly...
Was watching a demonstration the other week of how raptors (feathered type!) can be trained by dropping lures from quadcopter.
Set up a flying pattern of direction and varying heights then have it drop the lure at a set way point before the 'copter returns to base.
News for those who are allowed to play with fonts and crayons but are yet to move beyond the picture book and animal sounds.
"They are out of reach and there's no extradition, so the best we can hope for is local prosecution,"
Well, unless the perps go to Ukraine for a Black Sea holiday where even the US will sweep them off the beach. Ah, yes that explains it now. Invasion funded by Interweb perps.
Re: Getting as bad as motorcycle and car shows
I always thought that first line was:
Get up in the morning bacon for breakfast......
Not sure how it fitted with the song title though.
"And bugger Cliff Richard........"
As well as a new keyboard it's half a cup of coffee too. Well played Sir.
Open bar you say?!
Somewhere to go after Infosec then.
Re: Can't wait
Nothing to sniff at?! ;)
Going against the trend
Being from the 'Boomer years' I don't have a telly, don't want one and can't really see the need for one. Laptop and 26" monitor with speakers is quite adequate for watching the rare programme from BBC on iPlayer (didn't get that one Apple! - sorry and the logging in aspect of the commercial channels is a pain) or for watching DVDs/Bluray.
And now Amazon/Lovefilm are introducing unlimited film streaming even less of a need for a telly and the £140+ licence to pay for the extortionate paypackets of lovvies and "DJs". Any sport can be watched in the company of others in the pub - supporting local business and enterprise - as many people who have a telly do as well.
Re: Three 0800 pricing
From the latest 3 Price Guide:
All 0800, 0808 and 0500 calls are free.
Your data allowance can be used as a personal hotspot (we used to call this tethering) – if you choose a plan with all- you-can-eat data, you can use up to 2GB of this allowance each month as
a personal hotspot.
So yes you can give up your current contract to get free 0800 calls and lose your unlimited tethering.....or keep the tethering and not call any 0800 etc numbers.
Need eyes testing
as I pretty sure that word was NOT beasts!
Critical Path Failure point
Is that why there is so much spam/malicious mail coming from IP 184.108.40.206 Hostname lb.lon5.cpcloud.co.uk? I've been wondering how. Thank you.
Trouble with cul-de-sacs
is once you're in them there is no-where else to go really.
You can't blame the bloke for milking it for all it's worth!
Next nasty re-direction
So how long will it be before we read about 'phishing' and other malicious emails circulating where the links start pointing to these 'hidden' caches of material and payload downloads to your machine. Followed by another to the hapless/hopeless victims asking for payment to remove.
Or worse, no warning. You just find out if you need to have your machine services for any reason.
Trying to convince police authorities that you were the victim of a scam could be a problem.
Re: Every household?
I haven't opted out of pizza leaflets etc as I use them as fuel on my log burner. But I haven't had this leaflet informing me about being able to opt out either.
Looks like someone's made an opt out decision for me.
GOV.UK are looking for Identity Assurance Providers for their new, exciting, great, whizzywig digital exemplars that we are going to love using. Perhaps they need look no further?
Trying to do this and .........account locked! Password reset sent to.....yup the account that's been locked not the 'other' account! And to get to the security questions to confirm who I am.....yup you need the new password!W!T!F!
7th May 2015
Please tell me what happens when I wake up on the 8th May
Slow News Day
Well, nothing in my life is that important that it can't wait a while...no life or death decisions nor contractual financial penalties. News, info....well there isn't much going on that effects folk is there that can't wait a bit.
Traffic jams happen, getting late in for work happens. Enjoy loking at the outside world. You never know, you may see something new.
Don't read anything work related when out of work - I'm not getting paid then!
Having a break from 'instant communication' can be a blessing.
Oh, and no impact here in the West Midlands
for a SH the red braces and the shirt should be a Ben Sherman checked short sleeved. And those trousers!!! Bring back the Levi jeans with turnup. And Monkey Boots.
More a Smoothie look, but he needs the porkpie hat and No6 'ticket'.
how I got my emailed statement ok earlier this month.
And if this was the rule then I'm sure there would have been an outcry from quite a number of customers in the same position as this guy. No?
Just how fast does a neutrino travel if expelled from an exploding star?
Assuming no Dark Lead is in it's path of travel
no mention of Android
if it fits.....wear it.
A bit odd to wear for a court apperance though.....or is that the de rigour for US courts?
Re: Why oh why oh why
Wake up at the back there! Where do you think all the GDS staff have come from who 'advise' Mr M of what he should say should be 'digitised' and are pushing/supporting this bizarre IDA idea. They are all from the 'great IT crowd'.
But as the report says, they are only now understanding the size of work involved and slippage of 6 -8 months on delivery is now common place - from the IT crowd, not the old fuddy duddy Civil Servants.
Publicly available PI
So if they don't want 'scapers' to access this *publicly available* data........just make it private.
It's a fact of life for any public website that contains *useful* information, robot scrapers will be used to harvest information. And as far as I know accessing *publiclicy available* data is not an offence if it does not damage the data or infrastructure it is held on or deny access to others.