Re: Remote code execution flaw in Powerpoint
Hah. Most 'managers' wouldn't have a clue anything was wrong and if they noticed it at all would report it as 'my screen went a bit funny'.
209 posts • joined 29 Apr 2013
'as a result of that sudden disappearance of revenue'
A bit of a stretch to write-off all Chrome and search revenue in the EU just because the apps are no longer bundled. What's the first thing you'd do with a new device with no Chrome on it? Install Chrome! Same for search. Sure they'll lose a bit but I'd be amazed if it dropped by more than 35%.
Is your browser not set to save passwords? Click in username box and choose the likely single username you've created on the site. Don't care what the password is as the browser remembers. Works pretty much every time. I have no idea what most of my passwords are as they were auto-generated and are recalled without my having to do anything other than be logged in to Chrome.
I have also disabled all 3rd party cookies (feelsgoodman.jpg) and 99.9% of the time it causes no issues, but it has caused a few. If an application has deep integration with a 3rd party app via an iframe then it tends to come unstuck. It hasn't happened often enough for me to re-enable 3rd party cookies though.
I'm a little sad to see the price of OnePlus phones now. Their first effort was outstanding. I bought a OnePlus One not long after launch for £270 (64 GB / 3 GB model). It died of charging failure after 3 years at which point my insurance paid me £300 for it as phones of that spec 3 years later were that price.
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