* Posts by energystar

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'Data saturation' helped to crash the Schiaparelli Mars probe

energystar

From Apollo11 Code...

From Apollo 11 Code:

# SUBROUTINE TO CHECK....

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# TEMPORARY, I HOPE HOPE

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# SILLY THING AROUND

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# SEE IS HE'S LYING

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# OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD

Congratulate the Girls On This :)

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Holmes

Re: Easily said, not easily done

If Not trusting this particular reading. How Could I Estimate Hight? Hum...

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energystar
Holmes

Re: Easily said, not easily done

Maybe 'Reality Check' Meta Processes Needed Up There. How is that hight goes from 2Km To -0.1Km In a Fraction of s? Hum...

Young Coding? Lack of Continuity on Legacy Heritage?

How Could a young coder, knowing almost nothing of Physics On-The-Field experiences, know that a sensor could behave -at rare, random moments- in such a way?

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Angel

Re: Grammar Q.

Thanks a lot, Muphry.

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energystar
Gimp

Re: Life somewhat imitating Art

The computed massively overloading, contradicting the sensed. Paranoia Mode.

Beautiful Reference.

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Boffin

Seems this thing wasn't even AI tested...

How Can a Real Time System Ignore Priorities? Hopeful More detailed Info get Public Later.

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Debian putting everything on the /usr

energystar
Paris Hilton

Re: I don't like change

Just When MS Start to separate things on different images. How Weird.

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Sysadmin denies boss's request to whitelist smut talk site of which he was a very happy member

energystar
Windows

Lost My Job, Almost.

Had to set up a Militarized Zone for Him, and his bastardized habits. [Many, years ago]

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Retiring IETF veteran warns: Stop adding so many damn protocols

energystar
Linux

Every new Protocol...

Introduces stress to the Standard. Also to every already existent Protocol. The Standard was developed for a very specific Family of Protocols, and every new one -up to a certain point- BASTARDIZES, the former aims of the Standard.

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ARM: Hold my beer, we'll install patches for your crappy IoT gear for you

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Windows

"...baked-in hardware security..." The best kind [as long as the attack is not focused]. And the cheapest also. Only bad point is that full replacement when hacked -at least of the controller board- a requisite. Not going to talk about 'signature' narratives.

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Linux

Re: My master plan {cough}

$h!t cleaning money. As insurance deposit. You have my seal of approval. How much that last USA IoT 'glitch' cost?

$h!t can be huge. Consortium solutions better suited to this scale of risk.

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energystar
Childcatcher

Re: "Product makers pay..."

"...Because it costs too much - and an ARM-managed support contract would boost the price even more."

So, all this play of late distill to "If you want it with bells and whistles, then it's going to cost [a lot] more".

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energystar
Boffin

Re: "Product makers pay..."

A better strategy, ARM Holdings?

Better sell a builders' solution over a virtual engine. And Consumers will be buying ARM security.

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'Non-state actors*' likely to blame for Dyn mega-attack – US intel chief

energystar
Windows

Miserable state of IoT affairs...

If just kids can stumble down a good part of the House.

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Swedes ban camera spy-drones for anything but crime fighting

energystar
Childcatcher

Re: I welcome this

"...Be not part of the mob,.."

Are you saying that this is just REACTIVE regulation? And not a fully documented, well pondered and agreed legislative frame? How you dare? ;-)

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energystar
Paris Hilton

Re: Muppets

Not sure why, but geo-domes suddenly on high demand...

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energystar
Angel

Re: Muppets

Except if the Muppet has a Corp. LOGO sticked to his underwear.

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GDS shouting matches so severe team takes to talking by hand signals

energystar
Paris Hilton

Last, [but not least]...

The GDS hand signal?:

Looks like a job's job. Pay the girl decently.

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energystar
Alien

First: That little flying Bro in the background, needs a flying space. Thanks a lot for thinking about his temp. That poor Savannah immigrant. Make sure Britain Visa is in order. [And don't force on Him the Language of the Empire].

Second: Body language has been the Standard of Excellency, Years millions. Face gestures as language a very local, Caucasian singularity.

So, if not wanting to interrupt, dance along. With your hands only, if seated round King Artur's Table.

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Yahoo!’s security shambles

energystar
Windows

Harvesters being harvested...About irony.

"...at just that time hackers were harvesting huge amounts of Yahoo! customer database records. Yahoo!..."

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Trust the cloud, we’re getting the hang of securing it, says Unisys security chief

energystar
Angel

;D

;D

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TV industry gets its own 'dieselgate' over 'leccy consumption tests

energystar
Windows

Re: Eco Mode

Find personal offense on Government 'kidders'.

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Zombie Moore's Law shows hardware is eating software

energystar
Alien

Re: You can already write code to design a chip

Unified determinism carries their own limits. Von Neumann topology is just one among lots.

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Robot cars probably won't happen, sniffs US transport chief

energystar
Childcatcher

Re: I'm not so pessimistic

Money-money, Money Money [/song]

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2,000 year old man found dead near 2,000 year old computer

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Pirate

Still trying to break open those fingers from the Antikythera [TM] computer...

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Meet DDoSaaS: Distributed Denial of Service-as-a-Service

energystar
Trollface

Re: Oh noooooo!

Don't worry. Just a f_(*ing micro-mic next to you, dressing you, under you.

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energystar
Boffin

Seems ElReg

Has single word filters.

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energystar
Trollface

So Meta...

Such a classic! .mil, .gov, .com or just on the wild?

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Oracle happy to let Apache Foundation adopt NetBeans

energystar
Pirate

Re: Worried that anyone is still using Java

...The fact that it runs everywhere makes hardened security -well, hard.

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energystar
Childcatcher

Re: Same error as Open Office

That goes for you also, Microsoft.

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Linux

Same error as Open Office

Same error as Open Office. Apache Licensing is not able to catch individual contributors confidence. Even if open, is a Corporative Licensing.

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Brexit? We have heard of this, says Dixons Carphone CEO

energystar
Facepalm

"...'No detectable impact'..."

The Stone Wall is there, just in front of you. Should be speeding down.

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Infected Android phones could flood America's 911 with DDoS attacks

energystar
Boffin

Re: Diversify NOW...

Best immediate workaround is diversification. Land line. Two or three small internet providers instead of one big one. Alternative access trough different social platforms. Access to CB, Police spectra, etc.

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Boffin

Re: I can't see what the Android angle is

Neither I, except for being the default target [cheap?].

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energystar
Linux

Yet another attention call...

On the abysmal state of 'backbone', 'stream comm' architecture security.

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Speaking in Tech: Windows is coming to smart refrigerators

energystar
Paris Hilton

Re: Smart fridge

I checked light turns off with my smart-phone video. Should I trust my smart-phone?

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'Oi! El Reg! Stop pretending Microsoft has a BSOD monopoly!'

energystar
Angel

Cool

Thanks for sharing.

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Wait, wait – I got it this time, says FCC as it swings again at rip-off US TV cable boxes

energystar
Linux

...At some [other] Country...

It will save around US $30/year-box only. Asking just for data out of consumer sense, around there. Two years before [they] weren't even offered the option. Tariffs still rigged by cartelization.

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Self-stocking internet fridge faces a delivery come down

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Paris Hilton

Re: Superb!

"...their concept of “a fridge” is derived from their extensive experience of staying in seven-star business hotels in Shanghai."

This is poetry, Alistair.

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Big Brother

Re: Superb!

You can't damp your cell-phone anymore, Snowden.

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When you've paid the ransom but you don't get your data back

energystar
Pirate

Well, for a start...

Why are You dealing with Non-dealers?

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Microsoft thought of the children and decided to ban some browsers

energystar
Windows

Re: Lawsuit Time Again

Basic Parental filters are part of the OS itself [because those are part of profiles]. Ecosystem know and should submit.

Good AV packages include better parental filters. Even AV Houses have to align and restrict to OS directives. I'm with MS on this one.

On the other side of the issue: Without a stabilized and frozen protocol to interact with [Internet] profiles, amounts to privileged self-access.

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Sophos Windows users face black screens after false positive snafu

energystar
IT Angle

AV issues are not going to stop...

Bottom of the stack is reclaimed territory, by OS Houses. On behalf of a healthy ecosystem this issue should be - finally (after 30 years) - negotiated.

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Latest Intel, AMD chips will only run Windows 10 ... and Linux, BSD, OS X

energystar
Alien

Multi-Pass?

will only run Windows 10 ... and [allowed a multi-pass guest card to] BSD, OS X, LeeLoo

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LibreOffice 5.0 debuts, complete with fewer German code comments

energystar
Linux

Es que nadie habla alemán?

la mia mamma!

Arigato.

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No, we haven't found liquid water on Mars, says NASA

energystar
Alien

Re: W. M. D

Microbial sh!t draining out?

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Kindle Paperwhites turn Windows 10 PCs into paperweights: Plugging one in 'triggers a BSOD'

energystar
Boffin

Re: I remember @AC

"...and I had to dispose of a perfectly good laser printer." Actually they handle it through an 'universal printer driver', a la linux. But neither HP'er.

I had to trash a Samsung Laser failing after less than 600 color pages. The part -non covered by warranty- listing at more than half the actual price of a new one. Going Epson refill tank now. Just have to print a panchromatic test everyday, to keep jets clean. Two years without any servicing. Expecting at least another two.

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energystar
Big Brother

"...It sounds like Windows is trying to mount the filesystem on the Kindle as a removable storage device and getting completely confused..."

It sounds like a driver 'on the wild side'. Think is going to be discretely managed in between two.

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Kaspersky launches its own OS on Russian routers

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Angel

Re: Secure router, vulnerable SCADA & ICS behind ?

"... I guess the best protection would be to use three routers - one from Cisco, one from Kaspersky, and one from Huawei, one behind another."

And nothing gets through...

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Boffins design security chip to spot hidden hardware trojans in processors

energystar
Happy

I did...

Very good Series

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