If the cookies are required for website functionality
But they're not required for session maintenance .net had a cookieless option way back in asp.net v1.0.
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I won't have any of these "AI Products" reasons being:
1: It's just another thing to break and make stuff harder to repair.
2: Its yet more IOT $%&t you will be lucky if it gets even gets 1 patch leave out a decade's worth that a lot of white goods will need.
3: It's a microphone in your home controlled by the creepiest companies in existence.
These are enough reasons for me to avoid this stuff like a plague.
My cousin is legally blind with about 20% vision in one eye as such smartphones are almost totally useless to her as the largest phone sizes are far too small.
so for web browsing, she is stuck with a desktop and 23" monitor set to 250% font scaling, it's one area where Microsoft seems to be well ahead of the pack.
The problem boils down to money as it always has, disability access is hard to do and represents a small unprofitable user group, much as I am generally in the free-trade business corner it is one area that effective and enforced legislation is a must.
Your law #1 does that apply to microcode inside your CPU too? Damn shame that is hidden from you to do your own audit eh?
You are right that it is impossible to audit everything but when you are not even attempting to defend against proven attack vectors you have failed at security.
Having script's that load untrusted 3rd party code on secure pages is at this point the equivalent of leaving the keys in the front door and wondering why you lost all of your stuff.
I'm not understanding how that matters. If the script links in external references the script can be benign when tested but not necessarily in the future.
If the script has any ability to load remote code in after deployment it fails the can I put this in a secure area test.
If you want analytics of your payment tunnel, use an after the event log analysis tool.
There are plenty that can have this data uploaded to the cloud to give the
morons managment pretty graphs that they won't understand to look at.
I've lost track of the number of times I've had to bash heads together over this kind of thing.
Its usually some sales or marketing drone think that adding a <Insert retarded social network here> link to the website will magically add a tone of traffic.
This tends to result in emails like this :
F.F.S. people if its an even vaguely secure area no script that you have not copied locally and validated does what you think it does goes in, is this so hard to understand.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has permitted broadband companies to advertise "hybrid" broadband – which means it "may contain fibre" – as true "fibre broadband".
Errr, correct me if i am wrong but doesn't that mean that by the ASA's reasoning any internet connection is "Fibre" as all backhaul is handled by fibre connections???
Given that most hospitals have a lab on speed dial that can identify pretty much any suspicious substance in a matter of minutes, why did it take 3 months to run the test.
Even if you assume that 1 of those months was just wasted on bureaucratic nonsense that still leaves 2 months A.W.O.L.
Am I the only one that finds it depressing that this Youtube: Not the nine o'clock news Constable Savage sketch still rings true is as depressing now as it was in the 70s??
It's all fine it's not like there has been a long history of this kind of legislation being abused by useless busybodies that have no sense of proportion right? PDF Big Brother Watch: How RIPA has been used by local authorities and public bodies
A years ago I was working for a small software company that made most of its money peddling web stores to small mom and pop type companies the e-store code was an in-house POS classic asp based monstrosity that every time we got a new customer would be copied from the last.
As you would expect in this scenario it was a total mess of ancient spaghetti code and then one day we woke up to find one of the customers had been hit by an automatic SQL injection script and was now trying to download a bunch of malware to anyone who viewed the site.
This obviously needed a fix, so a proper fix would be to go through every place in the code where a variable was incoming and do a proper validation.
But that was far too expensive for the boss when you take into account we were at that point managing ~30 of these messes all with slightly different code for each customer.
So the "genius" fix the boss came up with was to look at all incoming data from the browser the global.asax file and if it saw a single quote or a semicolon it would stop processing the request.
making it impossible to receive any business from any O'leary or the like.
it is a bit of a 6 and 2 threes though helicopter crashes caused by hardware failure are usually catastrophically caused by either a rotor head or gearbox fail your really lucky if its something that leaves enough of the system working to make a safe autorotation landing.
manned multi-rotors do have the possibility to be safer as each rotor can be an almost totally independent system and unless you are a total looney you won't be flying a manned quadcopter with no redindancy if you look at most of the test manned multi rotors they are using 8 or more props which should allow at least a 2 prop fail more if you are lucky with the location of the breakages.
Is their actually a legitimate use for mass dialing gear other than to extract money from the most vulnerable member's of society, if not then just ban the lot and then use of it would be a criminal offense so the directors of these
rackets companies could be held personally responsible.
I'm going to guess this lot came from somewhere that has some form of teaching going on the colorful one in the pic looks like the type they use to teach touch typing in schools like : LessonBoard
My bet would be on a local collage or maby prison had a refit done and somebody skimped on the disposal costs.
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