"pushing hard for a backdoor"
Sounds more kinky than sinister.
2713 posts • joined 16 Jan 2012
Sounds more kinky than sinister.
Notable for its absence at the end of the article.
Where's he been for the last 10 years?
Tried to pay twice with two different cards. Payment rejected both times.
Why wont you take my money El Reg?
Yes. A secret process.
Which is working on putting together one of the most evilist browsers ever.
I could be a good super cyborg.
It's because they can't get fired, and we can't constitutionally vote them out of office if they don't do their job properly.
If Lenovo wanted our trust, a good way to keep it would be not to install privacy busting malware on the laptops it manufactures.
I don't think anyone is going to accept a "cleaner PC image" what I believe people want is a clean PC image.
Most internal PBX boxes are using it already aren't they?
I've got a Cisco ip phone 7945 on my desk for voice and video calls.
And "if an attacker has a general idea where their target is".
I suppose if you've got a general idea where they are it makes it easier to coerce them into installing the app.
That's what I took away from the article anyway...
I reckon it's buggalo.
Seriously though. How close are we to me having my own virtual Lexi Belle?
Because if there's one thing we need more of, it's haptic feedback.
Then what the hell does your server room look like?
Who names these things?
That video will probably be cited as evidence.
From the cat's point of view, it's always alive.
How about we hydrogenise it and turn it into a black sticky tar that we can safely store a few miles underground?
If they don't. Then who does?
Could this bottle conceivably be used for other liquids? Like vodka?
If they are intelligent, surely they would have noticed the spectroscopy of the atmosphere.
It's probably stopped more threats reaching my PC than every anti-virus program I've ever had.
If only there were some kind of regulator of the communications industry that could independently verify those figures!
Which kind of makes the whole CloudFlare issue a moot point.
You mean the G isn't silent like in gnome?
In fact, it's an alternate spelling of bostin, which is a Birmingham term for brilliant, fantastic, or excellent.
That's equivalent to 60 4 packs. That's beer that I could have drunk.
How about a laser guided micro missile?
Well colour me surprised!
Although most of them are about turning my office building into a FPS game.
this isn't one of them.
If there was some kind of conspiracy that could be connected to aliens, they've done it already. (Paris, because she's been done to death too.)
And why should I fear him?
And when he does, I'll be sat outside Number 10 borrowing his WiFi.
Let's face it, they've got form for it.
Then Michael Wertheimer simply isn't trying hard enough. I can think of three better ways and I've not even had breakfast yet.
I'd rather be up against a Tribble than a Xenomorph.
It's funny because it's not happening to you!
Paris, because sex tape or something.
And even with 5 years advance warning, it's still going to catch some people by surprise. (I'm looking at you gov.uk)
How is reading my email and browser history going to stop crazy people with guns?
Are terrorists somehow firing bullets via the internet?
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