If governments tried to do this.. there would be riots in the streets.
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'This collaboration is absolutely critical going forward'... One positive thing about Meltdown CPU hole? At least it put aside tech rivalries...
You're an admin! You're an admin! You're all admins, thanks to this Microsoft Exchange zero-day and exploit
its part of a long term plan.
Winnie already said he wants to turn the "private" companies back into Government run entities , similar to the old style IE companies of decades past.
So basically you would have a shed load of governments that used HW tech & then next thing you know the company is being run by the China government, removing the tech could then take a decade.
This is exactly the same shit as we had when our company opened a factory & was told we had to fit a government "bridge" BEHIND our firewall so the local "government" departments could "resolve" internal & external internet connections.
Unless you work in China yo would not believe the shit that goes on...
decline a security visit and you get shut down....
open you mouth about what goes on & you get shut down.
He has sat on his ass for nearly a decade leaching of prior tech and now it's a surprise?
So why the fuck is he being paid big money then... if he did not "see this coming"?
Yep just run the shit into the ground... stick an LCD display for function keys , close the hardware, stop integration work with NVIDIA and call it innovation.
Microsoft has signed up to the Open Invention Network. We repeat. Microsoft has signed up to the OIN
Decoding the Chinese Super Micro super spy-chip super-scandal: What do we know – and who is telling the truth?
That scary old system with 'do not touch' on it? Your boss very much wants you to touch it. Now what do you do?
What a load of bollox........ chances are those AWS people have NEVER seen an application written with dead software on an out of date box, with programs that auto delete at the end of the run (so they don't double process data), but re-copy and configure from a backup store and rely on the specific ip address of other machines not moving on subnets which was installed & provisioned by fuckwhits dacades ago.
Re: Just to be helpful:
As far as many in China are concerned He Looks EXACTLY like him.
if you spend a few months in Asia your brain changes the way you process facial information,
It's really quite interesting.
One result is that XI looks exactly like Poo, sometimes even his walk is the same, it's reported he absolutely loathes the reference.
Re: Logic bombs are unprofessional
At one place i instigated a common account for ALL IT related items.
So that IT staff leaving, would not cause such problems.
After leaving due to poor treatment, I noticed that the DNS is back under staff names.
Once staff who left... his DNS payment runs out in about 2 weeks for multiple domains of a major international company.
So..... it's gonna be an interesting August for one company.....
VMware is using it for all the front end in their enterprise products, no sign of them even starting to scrap it off.
You have to see the irony of a company using Flash in their flagship product, that requires the user to login as admin and them manage corporate infrastructure as admin from within a flash front end
giving bigger head than a dyson vacum cleaner.
I really love the way your hands close round the objects and just manage to hold the 3D shapes, it's like they are really there....
Go on try it.. see how long you can hold your hand is a grasping position and use your trigger finger.
and wow... look at how the VR headset is capable of tracking your hands without any attachments and detecting finger movement.
Clearly some of these "tech" people are complete fucking morons.
Those boxes have Twin mains powered fans in the top or the ability to mount them.
And yet they mount the box almost flush to the ceiling.
We run kit in factories in China same box fronts closed IN FACTORY PRODUCTION LINES
and yet we don't need to engage in this sort of fuck feast.
Mind you...... we do ensure that they are checked weekly for dust blockages and that they all have functioning fans.
Re: Ocean Protocol: This is what writing in lawyered-corporateeze gets you I guess:
Seems that a massive amount of confidential data was gained
" Information that the hackers downloaded includes email, birthdate, place of birth, ID number, nationality, wallet address, and for our US participants, SSN."
but they are "sorry" so I guess that makes it ok then........
Re: More insecure IoT, now more creepy!
Over in HK & China it works like this:
You get hired.
You know almost fuck all about programming, but you are good at talking.
you get onto git hub or stack overflow for C&P your code, but most important you throw up a few screens for the MD to look at and you bullshit.
most of these guys would not know security if it bit them on the ass, i do work for a company where thier "programmer" built a whole business system that is just screens, no code written just "under construction" but it does have great graphics.
Language handling is done by having (screen * number of languages) and most of the code so far is just patch on patch on patch.
But MD's don't want to know, becasue they see the money going out to pay you.. but don't see the results... unlike the over paid guy who can throw up a screen in 30 min.
if a security guy does his job , then there is "nothing to see"
How do you justify a salary if there are no "measurable results"?
They are not after github
They are after all the personal data and interrelations, plus the business info of who they can sell their shit to.
Then they will gradually leverage thier own personnel into top opensource projects, get control of the direction and use the hundreds of thousands of contributors as slave labour.
They set the direction .... You do the work.
Then you can bet there will be the EULA that will be changed over time.
They made it clear in 2010 they WANT linux or they want it DEAD. that was why they probably funded SCO against IBM