Could easily happen if the "servers" you push the update to are routers and you just blocked them from updates.
Software defined networking gotcha number one.
57 posts • joined 5 Feb 2016
If "the likes of Comcast, AT&T and Verizon " don't want to be liable for everything on the Internet then why the *** are they so against net neutrality and being classed as common carriers?
The Lawers need to make up their f****** minds about which business the companies are in.
The USA doesn't seem to actually have a definition of "Internet".
This is why the whole argument is confusing to non-amercans. All the rules seem to be about cable connections. For TV. Or even a phone line. I heard it explained once and lost the plot.
What is so hard about paying for a data connection and expecting it to NOT be messed with to the advantage of the supplier?
I remember this from "old work" using RDP access. Management were so scared that a virus could infect the server. But the reality is the other way around.
By default the server had access to the local C drive.
I remember thinking "all this We can set a policy to verify the client is Secure is a waste of ****ing time."
(and I had to laugh when I heard that when Microsoft turned it on they locked out all the remote staff!)
"There's no point in acting surprised about it. All the planning charts and demolition orders have been on display at your local planning department in Alpha Centauri for fifty of your Earth years, so you've had plenty of time to lodge any formal complaint and it's far too late to start making a fuss about it now…"
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