Level 5 - Critical. So severe, even Apple will respond to enquiries from El Reg
Are you saying that level 4 is the maximum level possible, short of water crystallizing in a certain very warm place?
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Considering that the US's unemployment rate didn't drop below 10% until after Pearl Harbor, "kickstart" might be a slight overstatement. The Great Depression didn't really end in the US, at least from an employment basis, until the entry into WWII. Also, until the war many of the jobs were low paying, and sometimes dangerous, federal government projects, like the dam building project where my father worked.
Yes, this is a commission paid to websites for driving traffic to Amazon's website. For example, yesterday I read a review of an Alienware gaming monitor. In the review, there was a button which said "see it on Amazon". If I had clicked the button and gone to Amazon's website and bought the monitor, the website with the review would have received a commission. This is a major source of income for many websites that have product reviews, and not just for technology products.
Uh, the two masks I bought to do spray painting from the local hardware store are 3M's N95 respirator masks, so not utterly useless, at least if they were new. Unfortunately, these are close to their "use by date" and have been used, so probably not safe with COVID-19 based on 3M's website.
I would assume most insurance companies would require risk management assessments before they would cover business interruption and recovery expenses for ransomware and other infosec issues. At the very least, they should be requiring decent backup procedures and other basic security. Otherwise, your business probably should be looking for a new insurance company.
There you go again, quoting facts from generally reliable sources. This is the internet - we don't need no stinkin' facts; we don't need no stinkin' reliable sources! Give us a random tweet, a random Facebook post, or a random comment from a commentard - as long as it agrees with our preconceived ideas, we know it is right. And if it doesn't agree with our preconceived ideas? Well, that is the definition of bias - the thing other people have that causes them to disagree with us!
Now I need a lay down. You people with your facts are enough to make anyone sick.
The pages of small print may be true, but there is a good chance he will have the better lawyers. In this type of civil case, you are looking at a contingency fee of 25% to 33% of the final award, whereas AT&T lawyers are going to be getting an hourly fee. There is a reason that some plaintiff class action lawyers are billionaires - and this case is getting into the same dollar ranges. And the best lawyers are going to go where the most money is.
I also don't wear a watch, and haven't for well over a decade (since I got my first phone with a time display). However, I'm hardly part of the current generation - my grandparents were all born in the 1800's. Personally, I just don't like wearing anything on my wrist, and having 2 sources for the time seems redundant. YMMV
Great - I wonder how many older embedded webservers on local networks (routers, smart TV's, cable modems, etc) will be updated from TLS 1.0 or 1.1? I'm guessing ZERO - which means you either lose access to device settings, have to fiddle with a global firefox setting every time, or you allow TLS 1.0 on any webserver on the internet. Thanks Mozilla.
Guess I will need to use Chrome to access these devices. Oh wait, ..
I completely agree with you. I have an HP laptop that came originally with Windows Vista, and has been updated to Windows 10, and it still gets security updates. Why can't my Samsung phone get more than 15 month of updates (2 years if I had bought it when it first came out)? This is ridiculous.
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